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When to Rent a Temporary Air Conditioner

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The summer months can be hot, humid, and hard to find relief at times, especially if you’re outside. More than likely, at a construction site you’re already working up a sweat, and nobody wants to go to an outdoor event in the summer and feel uncomfortable. A/C rental can make a huge difference for a company or event. With the option to escape the heat and truly cool off, guests won’t wish they had stayed home and your employees will likely feel more comfortable throughout the day, boosting morale. Air conditioning rental for outdoor events can be the key to happy guests, and A/C rental for construction can make working a little more bearable.  

6 Ways to Save Money When Planning a Wedding

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Weddings

Your wedding is one of the most memorable events of your life. Wanting to plan the perfect wedding isn’t wrong, but it can be extremely overwhelming at times. One of the top issues that arise when planning is the budget. There are things you definitely don’t want to compromise on for your big day, but figuring out how to save money when wedding planning can be a lifesaver. With your wedding planning checklist in hand, sometimes going through and thinking of areas that can be a money saver is the best way to start. Maybe you would have never thought of creating your own photo booth backdrop or making the place cards yourself. On top of that, if you’re having an outdoor wedding during the hot months is booking an indoor venue for the reception or having a tent with an air conditioning unit the better option? With these money saving tips for a wedding, you’ll be wishing you had come up with it sooner.  

4 Tips for Planning the Perfect Winter Wedding

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Heating Sanitation Special Events Weddings

If you’re from Minnesota, chances are you are a lover of winter. So planning a winter wedding is a must for those cold-loving couples. Although, not everyone is a huge fan of the cold, and if you have friends and family coming from out of state, you might want to offer them a place to escape from the chill.  

How to Ensure Your Next Non-Profit Event Goes Perfectly

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Special Events

Preparing to host an event for your non-profit organization can be extremely overwhelming. There are so many details you don’t want to forget or your guests might leave thinking that they could have had a more enjoyable experience elsewhere. For instance, consider the hot, humid temperatures of summer or chilly evenings in the fall. At first, you might not think that having electric heaters is something your event may need, but you don’t want your guests to be wishing they were by a cozy fire instead of at your outdoor event in November. There are so many things to think about when it comes to making sure your event goes smoothly. We’ve created this guideline to help you account for some of the lessen known factors that you may need for your next event.  

Benefits of Porta Potties Compared to Building an Outhouse

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Sanitation Special Events

Whether you’re in charge of providing restrooms for a campground, cabin, park or any other location without the resources to facilitate conventional bathrooms, it can be tough to determine which option will best meet the needs and preferences of your guests and visitors. And just to complicate things even further, there are many factors and key considerations to make when choosing between outside restrooms, including the cost of rental or construction, maintenance, comfortability for users and more. At first glance, it might seem like a good idea to build your own outhouse at the site. After all, they’re easy to maintain and relatively sanitary, right?  

The Unsung Heroes of the Super Bowl

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Special Events

It’s early; 5:30am when the team begins assembling. First one and then another come in from the cold to check in and get their assignments for the day. Routes are checked and discussed, supplies and vehicles are checked and the individual members of the group start moving out for the day.  

3 Things You Might Overlook on Your Big Day

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Weddings

Organizing a wedding is no simple task. It’s a demanding process that requires you to answer several key questions. How many guests should be invited? How long should the reception last? Should the groomsmen wear suits or tuxes? Should the bridesmaids wear plum or maroon dresses? Unfortunately, getting caught up in all of these decisions can cause you to overlook other critical details and considerations. At On Site, our number one priority is ensuring that your big day goes off without a hitch. So today, we’ll be discussing three important things that are easy to forget about while planning your wedding.  

How to Choose Between a Portable Restroom and a Restroom Trailer

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Special Events

When it comes to hosting an event, there are many preparations to consider. You need to book the venue, arrange a caterer, and provide adequate facilities for your guests. Sometimes, even the best venues fall short when it comes to the number of restrooms they have onsite. That's where portable restrooms come in handy. On Site can provide quality and sanitary portable restrooms and restroom trailers for your event. But which of those restroom options will work best for your event? Before you decide, let’s learn a bit more about the advantages of each.  

Restrooms for Large Crowds: How to Plan Accordingly for Your Event

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Blog Special Events

No matter how many weddings, concerts, festivals or public gatherings you’ve organized in the past, accommodating a massive group of people is never easy. These large-scale events require special considerations to ensure that all of your guests have quick and easy access to key resources, including food, water, entertainment and, perhaps most importantly, sanitation facilities. On Site takes pride in providing high-quality and affordable sanitation solutions for hundreds of event planners across the Midwest every single year. Today, to assist you with the process of planning your next big event, we’ll be discussing the most effective way to prepare restrooms for large crowds.  

Where to Place Porta Potties at Your Wedding

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Nothing beats an outdoor wedding. The gentle warmth of sunshine, the fresh smell of cut grass, the peaceful sounds of nature, all of these elements combine to create a romantic and compelling atmosphere during your big day. You’ve already found a perfect outdoor venue (perhaps an apple orchard or a beautiful ranch out in the country) and sent out all of the invitations, and you’re in the process of ordering a set of porta potties. But where should you place these important sanitation facilities? Over the years, On Site has delivered thousands upon thousands of portable restrooms for special events (including weddings) all across the Midwest. To help you out with the confusing and stressful process of organizing your outdoor wedding, let’s discuss the best way to place porta potties at your venue.