At S & B Porta-Bowl Restrooms, we take pride in offering our customers the best service in the industry. Portable toilets have come a long way through the years. All of our toilets now come with anti-bacterial hand sanitizers (included at no additional charge). We also offer restrooms with hand washing stations, lights and flushing toilets. With over 30 years of experience, we know how to get the job done.
Lee and Connie Sola started out in the portable restroom industry under the name Super Bowl Portable Restrooms in 1976. After building it into a successful company and running that for many years, the couple decided to purchase three portable restroom companies in Iowa and moved from Colorado. It took them only four years to realize that they missed Colorado and wanted to come back. So, in 1994, Super Bowl Portable Restrooms was started again in Denver. Super Bowl was one of five companies across the nation chosen to supply and service restrooms for the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. Together, we supplied 2,500 portable restrooms, 62 solar powered Just Like Home Restrooms and over 30 restroom trailers with nightly service for two weeks. Over two years of planning went into that event to ensure it was a success. In 2002, we opened our first branch in Greeley and in 2003, we opened our second branch in Colorado Springs. The name officially changed to S & B Porta-Bowl Restrooms in 2007.
Lee and Connie Sola still own and operate S & B today. S & B currently has over 4,000 restrooms, 41 service and delivery vehicles and a team of 49 employees. In a typical year, S & B supplies restrooms for more than 3,000 job sites and 1,000 events across the front range of Colorado. Some of the other events that S & B has supplied restrooms for in Colorado include the Race for the Cure, Denver Big Air, U.S. Open at Cherry Hills Country Club and at Sports Authority Field at Mile High for the Democratic National Convention.
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