With St. Patrick’s Day behind us, the memory of all green things has started to fade. Even those traces of green dye in the Chicago River have disappeared. Now the real “green work” can begin with the arrival of spring. The flowers and trees already know it’s time for the season to change. How are you doing around your spring cleaning project? If you’re hit the wall with moping and dusting, then take a break. However, when it comes to getting rid of the big stuff that you no longer want, Junk King Chicago is the only call you need to make. They’ll be able to clear out all kinds of clutter from your home and you won’t have to lift a finger.
The word used most often to describe the Junk King Chicago crews is “friendly.” They will be showing up to your home with a “no problem” attitude that is going to make your junk removal hassle-free. Since you have this crew who will be doing all the work, you don’t have to move a muscle. Even if you have something heavy that has to be brought upstairs from the basement or down from the second floor, the Junk King crew will take care of it with a smile!
The work that Junk King can provide extends beyond your interior and out to the yards. This is really where you can get some green action going by sprucing up your garden, deck, porch or patio. Junk King can haul away anything that is rusty, grimy or caked in dirt. They can also take apart structures like sheds, playground sets and patio furniture. If you want it gone, all you have to do is point and it will disappear!
Everything that is collected by Junk King Chicago has a change to be repurposed. That holds true for clothes, furniture, appliances and other household items. The team from Junk King will happily drop those things off to a charity that can make sure they are given to those in need. Anything else could end up at a recycling plant. Either way, the environment will be protected with the avoidance of dumping in a landfill. That’s really green! Make this spring count with a total home junk removal session from Junk King Chicago.