When disasters hit the United States, Portable Restroom Trailers, LLC assist those affected with portable shower trailers for rent. If you live anywhere near the south or southwestern United States, chances are you have heard
much about Tropical Storm Cindy. As of this writing, Cindy is tracking through the northwest
Gulf of Mexico and is expected to cause widespread flooding later this week. Rip currents, high
winds, and even tornadoes are expected. Energy and moisture from Cindy are also projected to
spread east and north, affecting weather patterns as far away as Ohio.
A tropical storm warning has been issued, and storm conditions are expected within 36 hours. This
warning area includes Houston, Galveston, Texas, Lake Charles, Louisiana, and Lafayette,
Louisiana.
When we were contacted by local authorities, we were pleased to recommend our Unisex Comfort
Series 5 Station Shower Trailer for rent as their solution for emergency workers and displaced residents.
comfort series 5 station shower trailer for rent
In the past, you had to rent both a shower trailer and a restroom trailer. But today, we have
conveniently combined the two into one elegant and space-saving solution. Sporting five private
shower rooms, this unit features a stainless steel corner sink with a solid-surface countertop,
shatterproof mirror, China flushable toilets, one-piece rubber floors, and seamless fiberglass walls. The 250-gallon fresh water tank, combined with the On-Demand means tankless water heating. Finally, with the dual 30-gallon propane tanks users can enjoy a hot shower just about anywhere at anytime.
We accept reservations up to a year in advance; call us today to inquire about your event date.
One of our trained professionals who will assist you in finding the right solution for your event at
1-877-600-8645.

Timing and Impacts of Tropical Storm Cindy

Tropical Storm Cindy Disaster Relief Shower Trailer for Rent

  • As of Wednesday evening, the largest flood potential will be located in western Florida, southern Mississippi, southern Alabama, and southern Louisiana.
  • Thursday and Friday, expect heavy rain along the Gulf Coast as the storm begins to spread east and north ahead of a cold front coming in from the Midwest.
  • High-risk rip currents are also likely along portions of the Gulf Coast. Expect high surf and coastal floods.
  • Isolated tornadoes are expected through Thursday evening from southern Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle.