If you have any questions about the services we provide, visit our Frequently Asked Questions before getting in touch with us. Our clients often ask us how much they can expect to pay to hire a portable toileting solution and how portable toilets work. If your query isn’t answered here, feel free to get in touch with a member of our team.
The following questions are a few common queries we get from our customers. If you have a question that is not covered below, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by calling 0800 368 8373 or emailing email@example.com.
Occasionally, portable toilets will encounter malfunctions. These can prove worrisome for event organisers. Fortunately, LetLoos is on hand 24 hours a day to combat any issues. Anyone encountering a problem should phone our emergency helpline.
The number of portable toilets you will need will depend on the number of staff you employ, how heavily they are used and the frequency of guests to your site. You can use our calculator to determine how many portable toilets will satisfy your needs. If your workforce is regularly exposed to dirt, grime or hazardous chemicals, you may also require on-site portable shower units.
This will depend on how many toilets are required and how long they are needed for. As regular cleaning and maintenance comes as standard, this will also be take into account when we quote you for our services. Get in touch with us with details of your requirements to receive a free, no-obligation quote.
The portable toilet best for you will depend on the purpose of your toilet hire. For construction sites, large festivals or public events, a combination of standard chemical portable toilets and urinal stations is usually both a cost-effective and space-efficient option. For smaller, more exclusive events, you may choose to opt for some of our VIP toilet trailers, which are a higher-end, more luxury solution.
Portable toilets work in a similar way to conventional domestic toilets, by flushing and carrying waste away. The key difference is that the waste is not emptied into a sewer, but is instead carried to a holding tank attached to the portable toilet. These holding tanks contain chemicals that break down and deodorise waste.
Portable toilets are self-contained facilities that work without the need for plumbing hookups. They are an essential resource for camping sites, outdoor festivals and isolated areas that are not in convenient reach of public amenities. They are also suitable for construction sites, with some sites able to accommodate more permanent mains-connected portable toilets.