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Trailer Questions
  • Are Royal Restroom Trailer(s) handicapped accessible?
    Royal Restrooms does offer a trailer that is specifically designed for handicap accessibility. It has an easy access ramp, a spacious interior, and is fully ADA Compliant with specifications.
     
  • Are the Royal Restroom Trailer(s) climate controlled?
    The restroom trailers have heat and air-conditioning for the comfort of your guests.
     
  • Where can the Royal Restroom Trailer(s) be placed?
    Royal Restrooms may be placed almost anywhere. Consult with your local Royal Restrooms office to locate the best area. Ideally a restroom will be placed on a level ground with access that is not obstructed with low hanging branches, low hanging power lines or fencing. Safety is Royal Restrooms primary concern, so a location should be chosen where the guests can see and get to the trailer easily but without taking from the events appearance. For long-term rentals, placement is important for servicing and pick-up. A service truck must be able to get within 25 feet of the drain valve on the trailers.
     
  • How many portable restrooms/showers do I need for my guests or patrons in attendance?
    Consulting with a local Royal Restrooms office is the best way to evaluate an events needs. Their experience with past events will be the best authority on the number of stalls needed.

    Restroom capacity is quoted on what type of event is being held, the number of people attending, and the length of the rental. For instance, a black tie fund raiser with alcohol with 200 guests which will last 4 hours will have very different needs than an all day family festival with 200 guests.

    Please be realistic when estimating the number of guests expected so that tank capacity and “wait in line time” can be evaluated.

    As a general rule, the following estimates may be used.

    Trailer Number of people
     Single-Stall Restroom100 or less
     Two-Stall Restroom200 or less
     Two-Stall Platinum Restroom200 or less
     Three-Stall Restroom400 or less
     Three-Stall Platinum Restroom400 or less
     ADA Plus Two-Stall Restroom300 or less
     Ten-Stall Restroom1000 or less
     Two-Stall Shower100 or more

     
  • Is there an odor from the portable restroom trailers and portable shower trailers?
    Royal Restrooms strives to keep their restroom trailers and shower trailers as clean as possible. This includes cleaning out the waste holding tanks so that they do not accumulate an odor as well as the most technological cleaning and disinfecting products. However, a Royal Restroom is a bathroom and therefore may develop an odor after extended use.
     
  • How large are the restroom trailers and shower trailers?
    The restroom trailers and shower trailers come in different sizes to accommodate every situation. Floor plans and brochures are available on www.regalrestroom.com.
     
  • How do I decide which restroom trailer or shower trailer is the best for my event?
    Royal Restrooms employees will help you decide which restroom trailer or shower trailer will be the best for your event. Considerations are number of guests, length of rental, and “wait in line time”.
     
  • How do I get a price or reserve a portable restroom trailer and/or portable shower trailer?
    Royal Restrooms has a 24-Hour Hotline phone number, 800-969-7434, for reservations. Also the www.regalrestroom.com website has a “Contact Us” page which will allow a client to reserve a Royal Restroom.
     
  • How much advanced notice do I need to rent a mobile restroom or shower?
    Royal Restrooms recommends reserving a restroom trailer or shower trailer as soon as it is decided that it will be needed. The trailers are on a first-come-first-serve basis. In order to confirm a reservation, the deposit amount located on the contract must be paid. All quotes are subject to availability at the time of quote.

Restroom Questions
  • I want to put the Restroom Trailer inside a tent. Is that possible?
    Tents with a center pole (giving ventilation through the roof) are typically okay. Other styles of tents may trap the venting fumes causing an unhealthy/unpleasant situation. Use of tents is subject to approval by your local inspectors.
     
  • When will the restroom trailer(s) be delivered?
    Special deliveries and pickups may be set up upon request. There may be an additional charge for this service.
     
  • Does someone need to be available when the restroom trailer(s) are delivered?
    It is not necessary to have someone on site for the trailer to be delivered. However, if there is a specific location that the trailer must be in, then it would be best for someone to meet the driver of the trailer.
     
  • How much does it cost to rent a portable restroom in my city, state or region?
    The cost of portable restrooms varies depending on what city and state the Royal Restroom will be delivered to. Offices nationwide individually owned and operated and therefore have different price rates.

Shower Questions
  • Do you provide shower trailers?
    A Royal Restroom shower trailer has a toilet, sink and, of course, a shower in each private stall.

Water & Power Requirements
  • What are the water requirements for these portable restrooms and showers?
    There are two options for water requirements for the Royal Restrooms trailers. First, the trailers can be hooked into a normal water spigot via garden hose. The second option is to fill the unit’s fresh water holding tank for usage. Once empty, the fresh water would need to be filled as needed.
     
  • What are the power requirements?
    There are two options for power requirements for the Royal Restrooms trailers. First, the trailers can be run off of a generator. (The generator would need to be filled with gasoline once empty.) The second option is to use a 110 volt outlet (or regular electrical plug-in).
     
  • Power and water is not available at the event location. What are the options?
    Most of the Royal Restrooms trailers utilize one 110 volt outlet and the water supply hooks into a normal water spigot. The units can be run off of a generator and the fresh water tank can be filled for usage as well. Once empty, the fresh water tank would need to be filled as needed and the generator would need to be filled with gasoline once empty. If the unit is used via garden hose and regular electrical plug-in, the usage would be continuous until the waste tank is full.
     
  • Can your facilities be used where water or power is unavailable?
    The Royal Restrooms facilities may be used where water and power is unavailable. Most of the Royal Restrooms trailers utilize one 110 volt outlet and the water supply hooks into a normal water spigot. The units can be run off of a generator and the fresh water tank can be filled for usage as well. Once empty, the fresh water tank would need to be filled as needed and the generator would need to be filled with gasoline once empty. If the unit is used via garden hose and regular electrical plug-in, the usage would be continuous until the waste tank is full.
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