Yet again we’ve been hard at work here at euroloo, particularly within the Essex region. Mobile loos and portable loos for hire across our favourite county have been in high demand and as always, we haven’t disappointed. As with every exciting week here however, we always have a few stories that stand out, whether it’s a job or even our mischievous staff in our offices.
Our week started with us sending out a promotional text message to a number of our existing customers with our September promotion. Our promotion offers free delivery for site toilets for hire booked in the remainder of this month and my goodness, it’s proved hugely popular with a number of building and contractor sites. This means our cheap builders loos for hire are even more affordable for you now.
Yet again, our services were required for another job this week in South Hanningfield, Church Lane to be precise where we were required to empty a cesspit at the local church. The Church had the cesspit installed in the first place due to its extremely remote location but as always, euroloo were there to deliver quality services. The amazing views and architecture within the church were just one of the many reasons this job happened to stand out. That and the fact that our cesspit emptying in Essex is proving more and more popular by the day, as is our annual tank emptying service. It would seem as more people choose to move further out into the countryside, the need for a septic tank becomes ever more popular.
Last weekend we also provided a number of mobile loos for the Wat Tyler Country Park and Café in Basildon (yet another Essex location) as they were playing host to a beer and music festival. They hired a total of 10 standard event toilets along with 2 urinal bays and 2 disabled access toilet units. The festival proved a pretty popular event with a number of different ales and beers on offer as well as some pretty great live music. Couple those with some fantastic food and friends we’d agree that it spelt the perfect day out. It was so good in fact that even the intermittent rain didn’t even seem to put people off as they took shelter under a number of large tents, proceeding to enjoy their beer and food alfresco as soon as the sun peeked out from behind the clouds.
That’s not all we’ve had going on here at euroloo. As we mentioned before we have some pretty mischievous staff here working in our offices. Our staff spend a lot of time together during the working week and as a result they begin to become quite the family unit which means mischief levels tend to rise. One such member of the team Hannah, decided to play a prank on the rest of the staff by offering some particularly spicy nuts that she’d bought at her local country show. The members of the euroloo team she offered them too, however weren’t aware of just how spicy they were and as you can imagine there were a few red faces. A little fun and frolics between friends certainly is nice to see, especially when it keeps the moral of the staff on a real high. It’s because of this that our staff are so good at their job after all, what is it they say? A happy worker is a good worker.