Welcome to A-throne
For more than 34 years, A-Throne, a family owned and operated Certified Small Business has been setting the standard for portable restrooms and temporary fencing for construction sites, social gatherings as well as private and public events in Southern California.
A-Throne has built its reputation by providing clean, quality portable products and services. Our professional representatives will find the right solution for your construction and special event needs, make sure it is delivered on time, correctly installed and serviced. We have a large variety of temporary fencing solutions as well as a huge inventory of portable restrooms. We also offer hand washing systems, holding tanks, containment trays and cardboard trash boxes.
Your Satisfaction Is Our Top Priority
A-Throne provides portable restrooms as well as temporary fencing solutions for residential and commercial construction sites, special events such as festivals, concerts, sporting events and any other need you could possibly imagine. No matter the size of your project or event, A-Throne will provide a solution that works best for you at a reasonable cost. In addition, you will be amazed at the level of service we provide during your project. An A-Throne representative is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week should an emergency occur.
Experience the A-Throne Difference
Call us today at 800-446-4669 to speak with a representative. When you make A-Throne your choice for portable restrooms and temporary fencing, you will find our products and services are “Fit For A King!” Thirty four years and thousands of satisfied customers later, we still continue to operate on the principles on which we were founded.
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Ultra Portable Online
Having a party? Try our easy and convenient order online system. Orders placed before 3pm will be processed for delivery the following business day. After hours, time stop or weekend deliveries are available, please call 800.446.4669.
PSAI Announces World Portable Sanitation Day
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 2.6 billion people globally – about a third of the world’s population – lack access to adequate sanitation. In addition, about 200 million people per year are victims of disasters during which access to existing sanitation is impaired. August 15, 2014 marked the inaugural celebration of WPSD, and kicked off an ongoing campaign to raise awareness and promote change by engaging people all over the world in expanding access to sustainable sanitation. Over time, it is the goal of WPSD to transform their interest and ingenuity into local solutions that prevent the spread of disease, save water, and improve the quality of life. http://youtu.be/7FW4LmBOLUM