Cleaning a Porta Potty
Just about everybody has used a porta potty at some point in their life. From stinky, out-dated toilets at youth soccer tournaments to high-end luxury restroom trailers at weddings – there’s no shortage of reasons why someone would need a temporary, portable restroom. But who empties these toilets and where does the waste go? What does the process look like?
How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Porta Potty?
Just about everybody has used a porta potty at some point in their life, but most of us have never had to rent them ourselves. They’re at our jobs, our parties, our festivals, and our fairgrounds, but when it’s your turn to host an event – most folks have no idea where to start. No worries! On Call Services & Rentals is here to make every step of your portable toilet rental painless and affordable.
How to Dispose of Roof Shingles
Depending on the type of asphalt you use, the average shingle roof lasts between 10 and 30 years, which means most homeowners are going to need to replace their roof at least a few times. When that time comes, whether you’re a DIY homeowner or an experienced contractor, you’re going to need to dispose of the old roof shingles. Whether you’re looking for a cost-effective disposal solution or you want to recycle them, this guide is here to help.
What to do if You Drop Your Phone in a Porta Potty
Uh oh. If you’re on this blog, that means you’ve very likely dropped your phone or other valuable possession into the holding tank of a porta potty. We’re not going to lie, this isn’t a pretty situation, but all is not lost quite yet. Time is of the essence, however.
How to Class Up Your Wedding Porta Potty
Oklahoma is a great state for outdoor weddings, with beautiful farms, lakes, and natural features as far as the eye can see. It’s very common for folks to want to host their wedding at an outdoor location without existing restroom facilities, and leasing a porta potty is a necessary evil. It doesn't have to be an eyesore, however!