No wedding guest in heels wants to trek through a muddy path to the portable toilet, and PROs don’t want truck tires buried in mud. Portable restroom operators consider good placement of their portable toilets a top priority. However, many customers planning an event offer little information, except that they want the porta-potties out of sight. Ensuring proper placement satisfies your customer’s needs and meets guest expectations. At the same time, preparing for unexpected weather, taking measures to prevent tip-overs, and placing units for easy servicing is crucial.
Begin by familiarizing yourself with the layout. For large projects with multiple units, it’s helpful to have a site map showing the entrance, food and beverage areas and so forth. Knowing the location of truck entrances and ongoing construction work is essential for job site placement.
Choose level ground. Ideally, a paved surface is your best option. However, consider other types of installation and how location affects your guests, workers, and assets.
Portable restroom operators know that placing units in the best spot is critical. Listen to your customer and use your previous experience to guide your decision. A prime location protects your asset, delivers a fantastic guest experience, and meets client expectations.
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