There is an ingenious new method of storage making the rounds at many garages in the area. It is a mini lift system that allows you to place boxes and other objects onto a platform and then raise it up to the ceiling in your garage. It works in the same principle as a hydraulic car left but much more compact. It certainly is an effective way to use open space in your ceiling. However, that’s not always practical in every room. You probably don’t want a hydraulic platform above your bed or in the living room. Perhaps the real problem is that you have too much stuff in your house. This is where a call to Junk King Chicago West can make a huge difference.
If you were given a capable moving crew and big truck how much do you think you could get rid of from your home? Remember, you won’t have to do any lifting so whatever you want taken away can be gone. This could be a perfect chance to finally toss out the furniture you’ve got in the basement never going to use. You can get rid of all the rubbish from left over repair projects out in the garage. You could even toss out a treadmill if you’re never going to walk on it again. All of that can happen when you hire Junk King Chicago West.
When you set up your appointment with Junk King Chicago West you’ll need to tell them a general idea of what they’ll be taking away. This helps them decide just how many movers you’re going to need. They are often called on to clear out hoarder level rubbish piles. That deftly requires additional workers and trucks. Junk King Chicago West is happy to supply that at no extra cost. The flat rate you’ll pay will cover all the labor and transportation. It also includes all the potential drop offs.
Thanks to Junk King Chicago West’s disposal policy, one truckload of collected junk could be dropped off at several sites. That’s because some items might be useful at a charity while others could be recycled. They don’t consider this extra work at all. If you want to make room for your new stuff, then you definitely need to call Junk King Chicago West today.