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"Premier Porta Potty has been providing superior portable restroom rentals in Lake and Porter Counties in Indiana for over 16 years"
Festivals and street fairs could be anything from arts and crafts, film, or music, one thing they all have in common is they draw hundreds of attendees year-round. What doesn’t matter is, if a festival is a new festival or well-established event, the lack of suitable restroom facilities can be its downfall. We bring our expertise to the table to advise the number of restrooms your festival will need as well as offering guidance on the choices of style. Beyond having the right quantity of porta potties, the location is also important. Another consideration that has become a high priority due to the Coronavirus now includes the necessity of hand washing.
There are also specific guidelines that every festival needs to comply with regarding ensuring that there are handicap porta potties. Another consideration that has become a high priority due to the Coronavirus now includes the necessity of hand washing. There are also topics that people often choose to not discuss but are very important for the success of your festival. Having enough porta potties is one thing but they must also be clean and deodorized. The sheer volume of people that will be attending your event may sound a bit daunting for healthy restrooms, but we will coordinate with you to make sure that our team works to make sure that a bad restroom visit is not the one thing your guests remember about your festival.
With everything else that is going on, you need to have confidence in knowing that we will take care of the delivery and placement of the porta potties and then picking them up at the schedule that you have arranged. If your event lasts multiple days we will arrive, empty, sanitize and deodorize so that your attendees can feel comfortable when they show up to enjoy their time. You will know that when you arrive before the festival begins that the porta potties will be completely taken care of.
Kentland is a town in Jefferson Township, Newton County, in the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 1,748 at the 2010 census. Kentland is the birthplace of famous turn-of-the-century humorist George Ade, author of such plays as The College Widow, Artie, and The Sultan of Sulu. Purdue University’s Ross–Ade Stadium, home of the Boilermakers football team, is named for him and fellow Purdue benefactor David Ross.
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!