Presidential Comfort Station

Our top of the line Presidential Comfort Station provides guests with a luxurious restroom experience.

The Presidential Comfort Station can accommodate 300 – 500 people with five women’s stalls, two men’s stalls and three wall-hung porcelain urinals.
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Features

  • Simulated marble walls and wood valances
  • Fully enclosed stalls with wood doors and trim
  • Sky light and indirect interior lighting
  • Wood Cabinets
  • Porcelain sinks with electronic eye faucets
  • Air conditioned/heated
  • Soap dispensers
  • AM/FM CD Stereo
  • Water and electrical hook-ups required  (3 30 amp/110 volt connection and standard water connection
  • 300 gallon on board freshwater tank

Contact our knowledgeable staff for assistance with planning your event. We serve all of South and Central Texas with locations in the Rio Grande Valley, San Antonio, Austin and Laredo.

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What Our Clients are Saying

  • I have worked with ACP on many events in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas and other areas across Texas for 7 years.  They have been my go to company for fencing, barricade, portable toilets and comfort stations for most of the festivals and events that I have had a role in managing since 2007.  Whether it’s a 1-2 day music festival for thousands, multiple events small and large over 2 weeks of SXSW or a high end private event for a couple hundred people, Josh, Michael, Mark & Erica treat each of my events like they are their own.  ACP crews are always helpful on site and provide excellent customer service.  They do a lot more than just drop off and pick up gear.  They make sure the customer is happy and they follow thru on the service.

    - Mike Fackler – Production & Site Operations Manager – Austin, Texas – 2013

  • I have worked with A Clean Portoco for 15 years and have found them to always be dependable and thorough in their rendering of services. There have been many occasions where we needed last minute weekend services or to trouble shoot issues regarding overturned units and received polite and immediate attention.

    - Mary K. Hancock, Special Events Manager, City of South Padre Island