Have you ever needed to offer restrooms at a wedding, a large party, or a community event? However, you wanted to offer something nicer than porta potties. Then we have a great local solution—The Texas Loo.
Advantages of a Mobile Restroom
We all know what it is like to use a porta potty at a festival or work site. In contrast, The Texas Loo prides itself on its luxurious mobile restrooms. They have many styles to choose from, but essentially a mobile restroom is a trailer with several flushable toilets in private stalls and sinks in a common area. Therefore, there are many advantages to renting a mobile restroom.
First and foremost, they are climate-controlled, which is a huge advantage in a Texas summer. By using the onboard water tank or connecting to an exterior water faucet, your guests have running water to wash their hands and/or flush the toilet. Likewise, connecting to external electric outlets or to a generator gives the restrooms full power for lights and air-conditioning. To see the interiors, click here.
Local Business with a Tri-State Reach
The Texas Loo sits at the corner of FM 149 and Jackson Road. It is a family-owned and operated business. They have been in the mobile restroom industry since 2006, but the family founded The Texas Loo in 2011. Since then, they have served Montgomery County and surrounding areas well, including Houston. For example, if you have attended the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in the past five years, then you have most likely seen and/or used one of The Texas Loo’s mobile restrooms.
In the past twelve years, they have also expanded their reach all over the state of Texas as well as Oklahoma and Louisiana. Therefore, The Texas Loo has a tri-state reach from the Lake Conroe area.
If you need or want to offer luxurious mobile restrooms at your next big event, then consider The Texas Loo. It is a thriving local business that offers an upscale bathroom experience. To see some of their clients, click here. Your city, organization, or company might one day be one of The Texas Loo’s clients, too.