The Benefits Of Porta Potties

Posted on: 27 July 2015

If you are hosting an outdoor event, or if you have some other need for mobile, easily accessible toilets, then you might be considering portable toilets. To help you make your decision, here are some of the benefits of porta potties: Cost The cost of a portable toilet will usually be quite a bit lower than the cost of installing a permanent bathroom. Of course, this will actually depend on how long you plan on needing to have a portable toilet.
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The Truth Behind Four Common Water Damage Myths

Posted on: 9 July 2015

Water damage is one of those things that few homeowners think about until it happens to them. Many times, those homeowners are surprised to find out that some of the things they've assumed or heard about dealing with water damage aren't true. Luckily, you can save yourself hours of frustration and the possibility of further damage to your house by learning the truth about some of the myths that you may be familiar with.
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6 Easy Ways To Make Portable Toilets More Welcoming For Guests At Your Outdoor Event

Posted on: 2 June 2015

Whether it is an outdoor wedding or a corporate event, having enough restroom facilities available is one of the most important aspects of the party. In most outdoor settings, there are not enough bathrooms to cater to the needs of several guests. This is why portable toilet rental is such a convenient service that actually makes outdoor gatherings a possibility. The only problem with portable toilets is the fact that they are pretty basic in their design and are not always the most welcoming facilities.
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Two Simple Tips For Preventing Frequent Septic Tank Pumping

Posted on: 24 May 2015

On average, a septic tank should need to be pumped approximately once every three to five years. However, if your home is producing more waste water or solid waste than the average home, you could find yourself requiring this service as often as once every few months in order to prevent an overflow. Not only can this greatly increase your overall maintenance costs, but it can also greatly increase the chances of a premature system failure.
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