All the fun of Christmas is quickly becoming a memory as folks around Charlotte are already looking towards what’s ahead for 2012. One of the major events on the calendar will be the upcoming Democratic convention. While that’s still months away, it was recently announced that President Obama will accept the nomination at the larger Bank of America Stadium as opposed to the Time Warner Arena where the rest of the convention will be held. No matter which side of the political aisle you’re on, having a high profile even like this in Charlotte is going to be a big boost to the local economy. It’s also a wonderful showcase to spotlight why Charlotte is such a great place to live. One of the big reasons for this is the pride that Charlotte residents take in their own homes. Which spins us right back to Christmas, as in what happened to your Christmas tree this year?
If you are reading this article and still have your Christmas tree sitting on your curb, then clearly there has been a breakdown in the line between your living room and the city dump. This is understandable because most municipal garbage crews won’t pick-up Christmas trees. If that did that they wouldn’t have any room for the garbage. Plus, the automatic trucks aren’t designed for this kind of removal. That’s why you should contract with a local Charlotte junk hauling business like Junk King Charlotte. You can schedule a pick-up appointment with that kind of company and make sure your dried up Christmas tree is taken away but you don’t have to stop there. What other junk did you discover over the holidays?
Every year, folks go digging through attics, basements and garages for their Christmas decorations. And every year most of these same folks end up stumbling over junk collected from years past. This would be all that stuff that was jammed into your storage spaces because you didn’t have room for it anywhere else in your home. Once an item goes to live in the attic, basement or garage it might be there for a long while. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Why not mark those items for removal by your Christmas tree removal crew? It’s not a stretch to ask those junk haulers to throw some more items on the back of your truck along with your Christmas tree.
Imagine all the space you could create once you remove that junk. The only thing stopping you from turning your basement into a family screening room or your garage into a productive workspace is all that junk. Why not make a new New Year’s resolution to get rid of that junk once and for all? All it takes is one phone call to the professional junk haulers and they’ll handle the rest. Once you’ve hired Junk King Charlotte, you could schedule an appointment for next year’s Christmas tree pickup. Nothing wrong with planning ahead!