PORTA POTTY RENTAL
We rent porta potties for events and construction projects in the greater Dallas area.
What is Regular Porta Potty? You must have heard about this term before. A moveable restroom is an invention of our current generation; it means portable bathrooms. Yes, mobile toilets. Technological advancements have enabled us to see this marvelous device you can use for any function. It is now easy to go camping in the forest or have a big event out in the field without worrying about how your guest will deal with the call of nature.
The moveable bathroom rental can handle any situation or event in Dallas. We provide portable toilets that suit every occasion. If you are planning for any celebration, we have all you need to have a successful event. Our Porta Potty rentals are designed to give users comfort. The design looks very presentable and occupies minimal space. We offer immaculate and free onsite services.
Our haulable toilets suit all users. In our designs, we adhere to the disability acts. We can place our portable toilets anywhere you may need. Even if you are dealing with people in construction sites, graduation ceremonies, parties, shows, and exhibitions, we will comfortably be at your service. Once you make an order for our transportable bathroom rental, we will ensure that all your other onsite needs are in order. You may want us to relocate your portable restroom during your event; we will have our team on the ground to assist you with any scenario. Most clients would not like the idea of the portable restrooms within the venue; we will conduct a site visit before placing the toilet at your desired location.
There are different types of moveable bathroom available for rentals; you can choose one depending on the purpose. You can find; Ada compliant porta potty units, standard traveling bathroom units, Deluxe haulable potty units, and Executive transportable washroom units.
Standard Porta-Potty Units
These are the most basic transportable restroom in the market, and they are the most used in Dallas, Texas. They are spacious enough for anyone willing to use them.
ADA Compliant Porta Potty Units
These are the units specified to be used by the physically challenged. They can accommodate wheelchairs and straightforward entry.
Deluxe Porta Potty Units
This type of moveable bathroom is suitable for use in construction sites or even the camping sites. The units are big and robust enough for any environment.
Luxury Porta Potty Units
The biggest and the best moveable restroom is the Executive unit. Executive units are more substantial than the other entire transportable bathroom available. They are more advanced, and they are usable anywhere.
We boast of the most effective and affordable transportable toilet rental, Dallas. Our customer service is the best, if you want us to serve you and never forget, come to us. You can contact us at any time when you are planning for an event. Our team will always be available and happy to advise you with the correct type of portable washroom to rent. For you to have an excellent experience, it is prudent to reach out to as early enough so that we can assess the area you wish to have your function. We will offer you free and robust estimates. We are the best in this restroom game in entire Texas.
It is a common knowledge that in Dallas, Texas, finding trustworthy portable hand wash stations for rental poses some challenges. Many people have complained in the past that most portable restroom companies take advantage of clients. Some companies often charge extra money for services, especially to new clients. With moveable toilet rentals, we guarantee your honesty and services as agreed. We don’t change our terms ones we stick an agreement with you. With us, you will get the best of transportable washroom rentals.
Carrollton is a vibrant community with a population of over 129,000 people. We have one of the top-rated school districts in Texas, and the best downtown anywhere east of Dallas or west of Fort Worth. In addition to all this, it has The Arboretum at Carrollton; The Legacy Golf Club and Home Course; Heritage Park; Texoma Medical Center and many more things to do. Come explore Carrollton!
The city itself is located in northwestern Denton County near I-35E which runs through Denton County’s eastern side. The city is dotted with residential neighborhoods and small commercial districts. Parts of the city are suburban in nature, but it still has several urban features such as tall office buildings, apartment complexes, and many other urban features typical of large cities.
Carrollton’s population consists primarily of Whites (80% or higher), some Hispanics/Latinos (15-20%), and Asians (5-10%). The area has a significant Vietnamese population; the community in general is mostly middle-class families with good income levels who have lived in the area for decades. The main ethnic community is Southeast Asian: Vietnamese, Laotian, Cambodian, Thai and Malaysian people. The city’s Asian community is celebrating its centennial year in 2010.
According to the City of Carrollton, the following are economic growth factors for this area:
Though elements of Carrollton’s population are mostly middle-class homeowners, and residents of newer neighborhoods tend to be upper-middle class and upper-class. There is an active real estate market for residential homes in Carrollton, as well as some very active commercial areas. Most commercial businesses consist mainly of strip malls, but there are also some larger office buildings and shopping centers. There are several ethnic restaurants and a large number of dining options available in or near the city limits.
Carrollton has a city manager form of government with a council/manager form of government. All elected officials on the City Council are referred to as “council persons”. The current Mayor is Robert Barrera and the current Vice Mayor is Charles Eichhorn. The 5 council persons are: Larry Frost, Joe Parsons, Larry Wilkens, John Bickham, and Dennis Wolff. The City Manager is Philip Lippa, who reports to the City Council.
The following people have served as mayor of Carrollton: William Henry Brown (1875-1877), Frank Coyle (1877-1884), John Harris (1904-1915), Frank D. Jones (1915-1920), W. H. Johnson (1920-1922), Thomas Jones (1922-1929), J. L. Sayers (1929-1930), O. H. Hill (1930-1937), James Eagan Woodall (1945-1950, 1955-1969), Kenneth Aiken Duncan (1970, 1975-1976), Robert Lee Johnson Jr. (1973-1974, 1980-1983) and Charles Michael Dunnett Jr. (1994-2011).
The city has 2,856.7 acres of park land. This includes the following parks:
Carrollton’s economy consists of twelve major companies. These include: Goldwing Oil Company, Southwestern Energy Company, Henry’s Food Mart (which is a major grocery store in N Texas), and several other notable companies that do business in the region.
Carrollton has 3 branches of hospitals, as well as a medical school. These include:
College Station Medical Center is the largest employer in the city. It is located on Northwest Parkway and was built in the late 1960s. Other local employers include Carrollton ISD, Texas A&M University System, and Texas State Technical College (which houses the city’s public vocational-technical high school).
Carrollton has many other notable businesses including banks, restaurants and retail shops. There are four hotels: The Edwards Hotel, The Inn on Main Street, The Holiday Inn Express & Suites Carrollton/Fort Worth North and a Carriage House Hotel at Legacy Park.