How many phone calls do you think you make from your office in a normal business day? The vast majority of calls generated in office are usually to service clients and to generate more business. There are also calls made to vendors. Of course, you can forget about the calls to order lunch! If your office has limited storage space because of unwanted furniture piling up, then there is one call you can make to get rid of it. That call should be to Junk King Contra Costa. These are junk removal specialists who can help take care of your old office furniture removal in less time than it would take to enjoy your coffee break.
Broken or Replaced
Most office furniture that is tucked away in a corner of the store room is usually there because it has been broken or replaced. The initial thought might be to hold onto some chairs just in case you need them for a meeting. In reality, a chair that ends up in a storeroom will usually stay there. That means that your storeroom is being dominated by things that are never going to be used again. That is not an efficient use of that space. That call to Junk King will put a plan into action that can get all of that office furniture removed swiftly without disturbing your staff.
How it Works
Junk King will dispatch a team of capable movers who will be under your supervision for the duration of the task. When they arrive for the appointment, you’ll show them all the things that you want to get rid of. One glance is all it takes for the Junk King crew to know just how to pack up the truck. That is important because this is how your fee will be determined. The less space that they use, the less you paying. It is not complicated and is extremely fair. That flat rate includes the cost for the labor, truck and the disposal. That disposal might include a drop off at a recycling center or a charity if there are usable items. Junk King’s green disposal policies can be your company’s green disposal policies!
Taking care of office furniture removal isn’t complicated when Junk King Contra Costa is on the job. Make that call today.