Improving your home’s curb appeal might mean actually looking up from the curb. What kind of shape is your roof in? It might be time to break out the ladder and do a little inspection. Of course, safety first is the rule and you shouldn’t climb up there unless you’re able. You could see any problems just from the rain gutter. Of course, as long as you’re up there, you might as well clear out the gutters and sweep off any debris that is on the roof. Whenever cleaning up, it’s always best to start from the top and work your way down. Once you make back to the yard, you might want to bring in Junk King. They can do amazing things for your curb appeal.
With the Junk King crew on the job, you won’t have to lift a finger or get the least bit dirty. This team will be happy to removed things big and small from your yard. Doesn’t matter if this was something dumped there by Mother Nature or dragged in by the “mechanic” you’re living with. It can all go on the same truckload. In the past, homeowners have also called on Junk King to help remove all kinds of weed overgrowth for lots. This usually happens when the situation has reached a crisis point. It’s the same with hoarding. If you can’t make your way through your yard because of all the growth, then you definitely want to bring in Junk King.
After they are finished removing all your yard waste, the Junk King crew can set their sights on the rest of your home. This is where you can finally move out all the junk taking up valuable space in your garage and basement. Once that stuff is gone, you’ll be able to repurpose those areas. You can finally get that garage workbench organized or set up an arts and craft corner in your basement. This will definitely make the living spaces more accommodating.
As for pricing, you’ll only be charged a flat rate based on how much space your junk will occupy on the back of the truck. This price includes all the costs associated with the job from labor to transportation. Start off spring with an improved curb appeal thanks to a little help from Junk King.
Finally, spring has sprung! That means you can get your garden ready for planting. To do that you’re going to have to start digging. Whether this is your first garden or your 10th planting season, you need to turn your soil over. For the new gardens, this could mean digging up a patch of grass and uncovered a pile of unwanted rocks. You might even be pulling out a lot of old bushes and other weeds. Bottom line: you’re going to create a pile of yard waste that needs to be hauled away. All that dirt and rock might weigh too much for your weekly garbage pickup. That’s why you need to bring in the pros from Junk King. They’ll get your garden off to the right start.
When you set up an appointment with Junk King, they’ll dispatch a friendly pair of workers to your property. This will essentially become your crew that you’ll supervise during the yard waste removal. Although you might have dug up the pile of stuff, you certainly don’t have to move it any more once Junk King is on the job. They’ll have all the equipment needed to haul that stuff from your backyard to their truck. Along with whatever you dig up, you could get the Junk King team to help with additional clearing. In the past, Junk King crews have been called on to clear out entire lots overgrown with weeds. They’ve also taken down fences, swing sets, sheds and tree forts. Even removing an old hot tub is right up their alley. Once everything has been cleared away, you’ll be able to stake out your garden and start planting. Play your cards right and you could see some significant growth in just a few weeks.
Once the crew has completed the yard work for you, let them continue the junk removal process by hauling away any unwanted items from your garage, basement or attic. Yes, spring planting can also mean spring cleaning and Junk King is the perfect partner for that chore.
Everything that is collected by Junk King will be targeted for recycling and/or donating. That can include a lot of your yard waste that could be converted into mulch or compost. This year your garden planting starts with a call to Junk King.