Postal Address

Loos 4 Hire
53 Riverside
South Church
Bishop Auckland
Co. Durham
DL14 6XT

Telephone :01388 606500
Mobile: 07976 402424
FAX: 01388 605349
mail@loos4hire.com

Portable Toilet hire in the North East England UK

Loos 4 Hire offer a complete Portable Toilet hire service for every event and long term hire throughout Newcastle, Sunderland and Middlesbrough regions. Our range of Portable Toilets come fully equipped and are ready for use in Darlington, Gateshead and Stockton-on-Tees from the moment they are delivered. We can deliver and collect throughout the North East at a time to suit you.

We cover the following regions. Is your North East region not

  1. Portable Toilets in Northumberland
    • Blyth Valley
    • Wansbeck
    • Castle Morpeth
    • Tynedale
    • Alnwick
    • Berwick-upon-Tweed
  2. Portable Toilets in Tyne and Wear
    • Newcastle upon Tyne
    • Gateshead
    • North Tyneside
    • South Tyneside
    • Sunderland
  1. Portable Toilets in Durham
    • Durham (city)
    • Easington
    • Sedgefield
    • Teesdale
    • Wear Valley
    • Derwentside
    • Chester-le-Street
    • Darlington
    • Hartlepool
    • Stockton-on-Tees
  2. Portable Toilets in North Yorkshire
    • Stockton-on-Tees
    • Redcar and Cleveland
    • Middlesbrough

Please contact Us.

Should you need further information regarding our portable or luxury toilet hire, please feel free to contact us , We are here to help and advise you on all aspects of hire. We have a list of downloadable pdfs showing all our ranges also please just click on the links to the left.

Areas We Cover

Northumberland

Today, Northumberland is still largely rural. As the least densely populated county in England, it commands much less influence in British affairs than in times past. In recent years the county has had considerable growth in tourism due to its scenic beauty and the abundant evidence of its historical significance.

Tyne & Wear

Tyne and Wear is bounded on the east by the North Sea, and as a Ceremonial county, shares borders with Northumberland to the north and County Durham to the south.

Durham

Many counties are named after their principal town, and the expected form here would be Durhamshire.[3] The county is commonly known as County Durham but was officially named Durham until at least 1997.[6] The structural change legislation in 2009,[7] however, referred to the county of County Durham. The former postal county was known as "County Durham" to distinguish it from the post town of Durham. Durham is the only English county name to be prefixed with "County" in common usage - a practice more common in Ireland.

Cleveland, North Yorkshire

Cleveland has a significant industrial heritage arising from its central role in the 19th century iron boom that led to Middlesbrough growing from a hamlet into a major industrial town in only a few decades.