There’s always a lot of fun with a groundbreaking ceremony. Perhaps “fun” isn’t quite the right word to use but depending on the situation a groundbreaking ceremony can draw a lot of attention to a particular construction project. Hopefully, the groundbreaking ceremony isn’t just a ceremony and there is actual work being done. You can tell the difference by who attends the ceremony. Yes, there should be plenty of officials and fundraisers but what you really want to look for are the construction crews standing by waiting for the ceremony to finish. Recently, there was a terrific groundbreaking ceremony held over in Driving Park. This was for a new library and construction is well under way. The good news is that this is the first of 10 libraries that will be getting new buildings or renovations in the Columbus Metropolitan area.
All this talk of groundbreaking begs the question, “What construction projects are you planning around your home?” One of the most common projects for the summer is to repave a driveway or sidewalk. It is best to get that concrete poured, dried and settled before winter comes along. If this sounds like a job you’re considering then you’re going to need to make room for that new concrete by tearing up the old concrete. As home DIY projects go this is not that complicated. You can rent a jackhammer to bust up the cement and a pickax to finish the job. If you hire Junk King Columbus the job really will be finished after you bust up the cement. That’s because Junk King will be the crew who will take away all that concrete and make sure it is disposed of properly. You won’t have to lift a chunk!
The fact is that you’re not going to be able to throw out pieces of concrete in your weekly garbage pickup because of weight restrictions. There are no such restrictions with Junk King. They’ll send over a crew and truck capable of taking away any amount of concrete. Once that cement is loaded up, the Junk King Columbus crew can also toss on any other bulky item you want to get rid of. This is a perfect opportunity to finally move out old furniture, appliances or mattresses. It can all go on the same truck.
When the truck is loaded, the Junk King Columbus crew will be heading out to the nearest recycling facility. That applies to the concrete and the rest of your junk. Even though it might mean making a couple of stops, that won’t be a problem for Junk King. Before you tear up your driveway, make sure you’ve got Junk King on standby.