Nothing can ruin the tone of an event like a shabby portable restroom. That’s why every facility that we rent has been meticulously cleaned and sanitized as if new. We also rent fencing enclosures to separate the restroom from other event areas and can even arrange for the fencing to be dressed up in attractive green faux plant-like covering.
With years of experience under our belts we know the best strategic place for portable restrooms and barricades at the parties – both private and public – to double as crowd control perimeter. Whether it’s a single restroom in a back garden or dozens at an outdoor public event, such as a Halloween Parade, we have the experience and facilities to suit any event.
Luxury is not a word that people associate with portable restrooms but when it comes to weddings and high-end social gatherings we bring the elegance to match the occasion. If you need to complement the existing facilities or require multiple enclosures for outdoor ceremonies, we guarantee not to lower the tone of the special day. Our 2021-constructed LUXLOO Series Trailers come in a variety of sizes with interiors befitting any luxury hotel or condo with an array of feel-good fixtures including:
Cleats, turf, mud, and rain. Our outdoor sports facilities events, whether it’s a soccer game or a walk/run event on the city streets, are built to withstand heavy usage and still look good. That’s because we not only provide Porta Potties that you’re probably familiar with but Deluxe Porta Potties with separate washbasin facilities, exterior hand wash stations, and expansive ADA Accessible Porta Potties to accommodate wheelchairs.
We service the following areas around the San Francisco/Bay Area:
One of the most ethnically and culturally diverse areas in California, Oakland is the eighth-largest city in the state and Almeda county. It has enjoyed a proud and rich cultural heritage since it was first incorporated in 1852 and because of this is known as the heart of the East Bay.
Oakland’s proximity to San Francisco fueled its growth, first as a source of timber for building the city and then again after the earthquake of 1906 when displaced residents relocated across the Bay.
The gold rush in the 1850s, the advent of the railroad in the 1860s, and intercity railroads and ferries all helped fuel Oakland’s growth. In more recent years it has been known for the Oakland A’s baseball team and the Oakland Raiders football team. In the 1960s and ’70s, it became known as for its culturally diverse residents and artists with musicians such as Sly and the Family Stone and Tower of Power bringing a new hipness to the city. Despite gang activity in the ’80s and ’90s Oakland has reinvented itself in recent years as a housing hub for San Francisco’s tech industry who get the Bart into the city. There have been many new condo developments, restaurants, and coffee shops opening up, and needless to say, real estate prices have soared.
Following are additional sources of information about other Oakland resources: