Years in Business
"Premier Porta Potty has been providing superior portable restroom rentals in Lake and Porter Counties in Indiana for over 16 years"
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! Determining the number of portable restrooms that you will require depends on a number of variables.
Our representatives will ask you how many attendees/tickets are planned, if alcohol will be consumed and what type (more alcohol equals more trips to the bathroom), the layout of the concert, whether it is a single event or a multi-day event, and the square foot for possible multiple restroom locations. Our facilities arrive completely sanitized, deodorized and in pristine condition. Our technicians clean and scrub each restroom with antibacterial and antiviral cleansers and take extra precautions with additional exterior clothing to ensure protection. You may want to consider adding additional hand sanitizing/cleaning stations for your attendees that are independent of the restrooms.
We will establish a schedule so that delivery is accomplished easily and efficiently to the agreed upon location(s). We make sure that everything is stocked and ready so that you can focus on the concert events. There is a lot of planning that goes into having a successful concert and we want to make sure that we take care of one of the most important aspects of offering attendees the kind of clean comfort they are looking for in concert restrooms.
Dyer is a town in St. John Township, Lake County, Indiana, United States. The population was 16,390 at the 2010 census. It is a southeastern suburb of Chicago. Dyer borders Munster to the north, unincorporated St. John Township to the south, Schererville to the east, and Lynwood and Sauk Village in Illinois to the west. The Illinois state line comprises Dyer’s entire western border. One of Dyer’s neighborhoods, Briar Ridge, spans both Dyer and adjacent Schererville. Dyer is roughly 30 miles from downtown Chicago and 12 miles from Chicago’s south side. Dyer is built on mostly flat land with an exception being the steep sand ridge south of US Highway 30. This is the Glenwood Shoreline.
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!