Bellaire Porta Potty Rentals
Texas Waste Co.’s sanitation experts are proud to serve community events, construction projects, and even private parties in Bellaire and West University with quality, clean porta potty rentals.
Bellaire and West University areas play host to a number of cultural events and festivals each year, like the annual 4th of July parade and the Puritas Arts Festival. To keep events and parks up-to-code and family friendly, you can depend on Texas Waste Co.
We believe that the cleanliness and condition of portable toilets, restroom trailers and hand wash stations can make or break the experience of strolling at a park, participating in events, or working on a construction site. That’s why Texas Waste Co. personally owns, cleans and preserves all Bellaire and West University porta potty rentals instead of outsourcing maintenance.
Our stringent cleaning schedule, same day delivery service, and quality control standards makes us the best porta potty provider in the area. With competitive and fair pricing, porta potty brokers also seek our assistance to best serve their clients.
What truly sets us apart is the fact that we are a locally based operation. For residents of Bellaire and West University, that means we know the geographic layout, understand local concerns and meet needs better than anyone else. Texas Waste Co. is in the business of building long-term relationships with your community and we do so by exceeding your expectations, every time.
Interesting Facts about Bellaire/West University, Texas
Bellaire is known as ‘the city of homes’ because it is largely residential. The city was founded in 1908 by the president of the South End Land Company, William Wright Baldwin. Originally developed as a residential neighborhood and an agricultural trading center Bellaire, meaning ‘good air’, was named because of the delightful breeze noted by Wright.
Similar to Bellaire, West University is referred to as ‘The Neighborhood City’ and houses many of Houston’s upper-class families. Former Tennessee governor, Ben Hooper, developed the city in 1917 but it was not officially incorporated until 1924, when Houston extended power lines from the city center.