Buyer’s remorse occurs when you pay money for something and then regret that decision. Usually, this remorse is associated with major purchases like a home or car but you can also have remorse for smaller things like hiring the wrong service professional. It is never fun when you need to get something done around the house and the company you hire turns out to be subpar. That can happen with any type of service including the simple act of getting your unwanted rubbish hauled away. If you want to avoid buyer’s remorse with junk removal then you’ll want to hire Junk King Chicago from the start.
One of the things you’ll want to avoid with a junk removal company is unfair pricing. Many companies charge a fee based on weight. They do this because that is how they’ll be charged at the landfill. Of course, there is no fair way to measure the weight of what you’re getting rid of unless you put it all on a scale. Junk King takes a different approach. They have a price scale that is based on how the truck will get packed up. Will your discarded items take up half the truck, one-third of the truck or the entire truck. The Junk King crews will be able to provide an estimate before the work begins. They have a lot of experience with packing up those trucks and will know how everything is going to fit on.
The other thing to avoid is a company that asks you to make things “easy” for them. This could involve you bringing your items down to the curb. Yes, that happens with your weekly trash pickup but it shouldn’t happen with junk removal. What is the purpose of hiring a company to get rid of an old sofa if you have to carry to sofa out of the house? When Junk King is on the job, you can count on those crews doing all the work. They’ll pick up any piece of furniture, appliance or box that you want to get rid of right from the spot. That includes anything that is on a second floor or down in the basement.
Your junk can be hauled away and you won’t experience any “buyer’s remorse” when you give the job to Junk King Chicago. Book a session today.