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Frequently Asked Questions about Portable Toilet Rentals

Royal Flush Portables is a family-owned business that has been serving the Columbia/Spring Hill, TN areas for the past 11 years.

Yes! Our portable toilets or porta potty are great for weekend parties, or even a one day party. It is always best to call at least 1 week prior to your event to ensure proper delivery times of your porta potty.

Q. Can I rent a porta potty for just one day?

During peak times of the year we often sell out of our portable toilets. To ensure we can service you it is best to make your reservation as far in advance as possible. For large special events or job sites, a 1-2 week or more lead time is advisable.

Q. How far in advance do I need to reserve a portable toilet?

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Q. What is the frequency of service on my portable toilet?

Q.  How many portable restrooms do I need to rent for my event?

Q. Am I required to have a portable toilet on my job site?

We service portable toilets once per week. This is done to keep the units fully stocked, clean and sanitized. The fee for the toilet includes the rental and once a week service. We can provide service more frequently if required.

It’s important to decide how many portable toilets to rent. If you have too many you are wasting money. If you don’t have enough portable toilets then people are waiting in lines and missing out on the work or fun they should be taking part in, whichever the case may be. Click here to calculate how many you might need.

 

The general rule is this. You should have one porta potty for every 50 people for a one day event. If the event goes over night or lasts a couple of days then you should double the number of portapotties you have. Hence, if the event is going to go 24 hours or more then you should have 2 portable toilets for every 50 people.

Most city ordinances specifically spell out the requirement of a portable toilet on a construction site and inspectors will require that a porta potty is ordered and either placed on site or on its way before approving the inspection. In addition, OSHA requires a portable toilet on a construction site under the Safety and Health Regulations for a Construction (1923.51 (c) (1), 1926.51 (c) (3), (I), (ii), (iii), (iv) ). For information regarding specific city or country ordinances contact the city where construction is occurring or your local United Site Services office.

Q. What happens if my portable toilet gets tipped over?

Q.  Do they have lighting?

Q. Where can you place my portable toilet?

Q. What are the guidelines for the ADA restrooms?

We will place your porta-johns at your event or on your job site per your instruction. We will make every reasonable attempt to accommodate your wishes as to placement on the portable unit. However, we will relocate the unit or notify you if it becomes necessary so that is readily accessible for servicing. This ensures that our trucks, employees and equipment are not in danger or at risk.

Royal Flush Portables offers portable wheelchair restrooms that are ADA compliant for use on a construction site, commercial area, or special event in some areas. Where available, our ADA units are large enough and obtain the proper elements to meet the standards that have been outlined by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Portable toilets were designed for spaces without power or water so no lighting is available.  (Our standard units have shelves in 2 corners providing a place for the renter to place their own battery powered lights in the event lighting is needed).

When a tip over of a portable toilet does occur we ask that our customers contact our office as soon as possible to report the incident. We will then dispatch a driver to come to the site and clean the unit or switch out the portable toilet with a replacement depending on the severity of the tip over.

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