Your thermometer might not show it, but spring really is just around the corner. In fact, the official first day of spring is just four weeks away. Will this be the year you tackle a big spring cleaning project. Sure, we keep our homes reasonable clean throughout the year. But in the spring, there is an opportunity to throw open the windows and conduct a thorough cleaning from floor to ceiling. As you mop and dust your way around the house, you might come across a few objects that you could do without. Maybe it’s a lot of objects you can do without. Either way, your best bet is to call Junk King to haul away that junk and help you get jump on your big spring clean.
With Junk King on the job, there won’t be an issue of what you can remove because anything and everything can go. This is your chance to take out all those heavy and bulky items like unused furniture, appliances and household goods. If you have boxes of old clothes and shoes, those can be take out of your storage areas to make room for important items. Just because Junk King is hauling away all this stuff doesn’t mean it is going to go to waste. The Junk King crews have been trained to keep an eye out for any item that could benefit a charity. When they spot those things, they’ll be set aside for drop off at a later date. In addition to charity drop off, Junk King might also drop off pieces to be recycled. This is especially true with any e-waste you’re tossing out. This is not something you have to concern yourself with. It’s all part of the complete Junk King junk removal service.
Along with all the help Junk King can provide inside your home, they can work wonders around your yard. Your spring clean up won’t be finished until the weeds are pulled, the leaves are picked up and any winter storm debris is removed. Turn all of that over to Junk King. They can also remove those piles of lumber and metal scraps you’ve stashed by the garage. If you don’t want it, give it up to Junk King. Your spring clean up project just got easier thanks to Junk King coming on board.