|By Marketwired .||
|May 30, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 05/30/14 -- With first-class amenities and impeccable styling, CALLAHEAD's new luxurious restroom trailer brings elegance and sophistication to any New York special event.
The goal of CALLAHEAD's President and CEO, Charles W. Howard, has always been to bring the portable sanitation industry into the future by being an innovator and thinking outside the box. It appears he's at it again: A stunning new luxurious restroom trailer named The Oxford has just been unveiled in New York. Howard meticulously designed every detail of this impressive portable restroom facility to closely mimic the grandeur and elegance seen in the mansions and castles of the Old World. And he has clearly thought of everything.
Upon entry into The Oxford, patrons will be transported back to a time where high-end features were king and everything was laden with charm. Both the men and women's restrooms are designed to the nines. The rich mahogany Armstrong floors evoke elegance while the cherry wood 5-foot wainscoting, bordered with base and crown moldings, screams sophistication. Dark granite countertops, low-watt lighting, chrome hardware, and stylish wall sconces adorning the limestone-finish walls impeccably complete the ensemble.
For Howard, it wasn't enough to design an elegant space; he wanted to provide each user with an unforgettable experience. That's why both sides of the restroom trailer also include a pair of sinks equipped with automatic Moen faucets with both hot and cold water capabilities, skylights, a surround sound speaker system, and a manual vent in each stall. The below-sink trash receptacles ensure cleanliness while the silver dispensers deliver antibacterial soap with class. Finally, the exquisite French paintings, mahogany-framed vanity mirror, designer cotton hand towels, gorgeous custom floral arrangements, and filled candy dish ensure that every guest has a pleasant trip to this luxury restroom trailer.
As mentioned, The Oxford portable restroom trailer has two separate entrances, one for each gender, both reachable via its own wide floating staircase with stainless steel hand railings. The women will be pleased to find five spacious stalls with floor-to-ceiling locking doors, individual trash receptacles, and flushing porcelain toilets. One of the stalls even houses a deluxe baby changing station. On the men's side, patrons will be thrilled to see two spacious stalls and three odorless and waterless urinals with classy privacy dividers.
The Oxford is clearly an ideal portable restroom trailer for any upscale special event in New York, such as a wedding, black-tie party, or charity gala. It is equipped with an automatic heater and air conditioner to withstand any of the extreme temperatures experienced in New York. Even though it is loaded with top notch amenities, it can be setup within 30 minutes by one of CALLAHEAD's trained and uniformed personnel. Since health and safety is always a concern, this luxurious restroom trailer has separate holding tanks for both fresh water and waste water and is cleaned using only hospital-grade disinfectants. Howard designed the unit to be usable by hundreds of guests without needing any maintenance. Although, an onsite attendant can always be obtained to guarantee each visitor is welcomed by a clean facility.
For almost four decades, Charles W. Howard has been committed to providing top-class portable restroom service to the residents of New York, Westchester, and Long Island. The Oxford proves that there are no limits when it comes to a portable restroom in New York. Now, hosts can provide their guests with the glamour and extravagance found in the most impressive Old World mansions wherever their event is held. CALLAHEAD always aims to exceed expectations, and it's clear that is exactly what The Oxford will do. To reserve The Oxford for your next special event, or to find out what other portable restroom options CALLAHEAD has available, visit www.CALLAHEAD.com.
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