Years in Business
"Premier Porta Potty has been providing superior portable restroom rentals in Lake and Porter Counties in Indiana for over 16 years"
You have devoted so much time to making everything perfect and you will want to ensure that the outdoor restroom receives the same attention. We have an array of porta potties that can give meaning to the idea of a “throne,” at very reasonable rental prices. We have a customer care representative that will consult with you to address questions such as the number of people attending your party to determine the quantity of restrooms that you will need, the expected duration of your get-together, the type of beverages (alcoholic beverages usually mean more trips to the bathroom), families with infants, handicapped considerations, and size.
Our cleaning staff also take extra health and safety precautions in the handling and cleaning of each of our portable restrooms, including added layers of protection.
For anyone that has gone to any kind of indoor or outdoor concert, you already know that the lines to the restrooms are often long and in many cases, the porta potties have been less than desirable. One might want to look back at the lessons that were learned from the days of Woodstock where there were only 600 porta potties for over 50,000 concert goers!
It doesn’t seem to matter whether you are attending a rock concert or classical musicians, if you want happy attendees, you need to have enough restrooms that are clean and appealing.
We make sure that everything is stocked and ready so that you can focus on the concert events. It is a multi-day concert we will have a crew in to clean, sanitize, deodorize and restock supplies. When the event is done we will discretely arrive to remove the restrooms.
Columbia City is a city in Columbia Township, Whitley County, in the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 8,750 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Whitley County. The Whitley County Courthouse was designed (1888–1891) by Brentwood S. Tolan, of Fort Wayne, Indiana. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The Thomas R. Marshall House was added to the register in 1983 and the Columbia City Historic District was added in 1987.
Absolutely ......shoutout to chad from premier porta potty. Awesome service and sittin on my porch this morning and as quiet as a church mouse he snuck to the back 40 picked up three portas and snuck right back out at 5:30am. You rock my man.....
New and Clean Porta Potties, Great Service!