If you think of plastic chemical toilets when you think of Portaloo, think again. We only manufacture and supply the highest-quality portable toilet buildings, providing the standards of cleanliness and hygiene you would expect to find in any home. Our all-steel buildings are durable and robust enough for permanent use, as well as being easy to clean and maintain.
Portable toilet blocks built to permanent standards
Whether you choose to hire or buy your toilet buildings from Portaloo, the build-quality and high standard of internal fit-out mean that you'll never have to compromise on quality when providing temporary or permanent new toilets for your customers, colleagues or visitors. All Portaloo buildings are connected to mains water and sewage systems so there are no unsightly waste tanks to empty. Portaloo toilet blocks can be linked to other Portakabin buildings or to traditional buildings to create seamless, integrated facilties.
Why choose Portaloo toilet blocks?
Choose a toilet block size and layout to meet your needs
Portaloo toilet blocks are available in a vast range of layouts. Our smallest unit comprises one male sink and toilet and one female sink and toilet. Our largest 28m2 blocks can incorporate two male toilets and two urinals, three female toilets and a disabled persons' toilet, along with all the sinks and extras you need. The layouts shown on this website are just a selection of the many configurations available. If you can't see a layout to suit you, please get in touch - we're sure to have a building to meet your needs.
“The Portaloo toilets provided exactly the solution we required during the refurbishment and the team at Portaloo were really helpful and accommodating throughout the project.”John Hart, Project Manager
“We have all been impressed by the excellent quality of the buildings. They are very well insulated and provide a high standard of teaching accommodation. Staff have been very happy to teach in them, and we are delighted to see that the pupils have really taken to their new classrooms."Keith Jones, Deputy Headteacher and Site Manager