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Big Garbage Removal Help In Columbus

What is the biggest single piece of “something” that you have in your home that you’d like to get rid of? Is it a sectional sofa? A bedframe? A pool table?  Maybe you don’t have something big but instead a lot of little things to toss out like clothing or electronics. Of course, if you put everything together in a single pile, then it might start looking a lot like some big garbage. Thankfully, there is some professional help standing by to assist in that big garbage removal. Junk King Columbus is the company that can make it happen.

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When you hire Junk King to get rid of your big garbage, what seemed like an impossible task will become quite simple. It begins by calling up Junk King to set up your appointment. During business hours, that call is always answered by a real person. Imagine that! If you want to set up your appointment late in the night or very early in the morning, then you can accomplish that online. You’ll pick a day that works best for your schedule. Within that day, Junk King will need a two-hour window. Your big garbage removal will probably only last for under 30 minutes but the two hours will give them enough “buffer time” to get from one appointment to the next.

One the day of your session, the Junk King crew will keep you informed of their progress and how close they are to arrival. Once they show up, you’ll take them on a tour of your garbage. It can literally be piled up at different parts throughout your home. Wherever the big garbage is situated is where the Junk King team will pick it up from. Before they start work, they’ll present you with an estimate for the service. This will be a flat fee based on how much space your stuff will fill on the truck. One price covers everything including the drop off to a recycling center or charity.

When you realize how easy it is for Junk King Columbus to remove all your big garbage items, you’ll wonder what took you so long to hire them!

How To Handle Debris Removal The Right Way

Before a building is demolished, it is usually “stripped” of valuable materials. Windows, pipes and electrical wiring are pulled out. Also all the fixtures and outlet covers are unscrewed and removed. What is left is an empty shell. That is when the bulldozers come in and start the wrecking. The bigger the building the more likely explosives could be use to bring it down. Whatever the scenario, there is going to be a massive amount of debris removal that has to be taken care of. Most of the debris at a demolition site gets scooped up by a front loader and dumped into a dump truck. What about the debris around your house that you want to get rid of? You probably don’t need a bulldozer and dump truck but you could benefit from a session with Junk King Columbus.

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Junk King has a lot of experience with debris removal. The team who will be assigned to your task will know how to handle everything from rotted planks from a deck to chunks of concrete from a driveway. Although you might have created the debris pile with your own demolition efforts, your cleanup work ends there. The crew from Junk King will clear that debris pile whether it is inside or outside. You show the crew what you want removed and it will be gone.

Debris sounds like a lot of trash but some of that debris could be recycled. The Junk King crews are trained in the proper techniques of lifting and loading and also in sorting. They know what to look for when it comes to recyclable materials. Back at the depot, all that debris will be sorted and the recyclables pulled out. When a truckload has been created with all that debris, then Junk King will make a drop off appointment at one of the many facilities in the area. It’s all part of the Junk King service.

You don’t have to wait for a demolition cleanup to put Junk King to work. There could be plenty of debris in your garage or basement that is taking up valuable storage space. Give it all to Junk King. The best way to handle your debris removal is to bring in Junk King Columbus today.