Monthly Archives: June 2018

Say Good Bye To Your Backyard Trampoline

There are many viral videos that show the power of tornadoes and hurricanes. Thanks to cell phone cameras, we get all kinds of shocking footage of these types of disasters. These videos also show how dangerous common things in your backyard can be. A good wind can lift and carry all kinds of patio furniture and construction materials. You’ll even find a lot of examples of backyard trampolines getting picked up by the wind and carried off. The first lesson: If you have a trampoline and a storm is coming, then you need to tie it down. Second lesson: If your family isn’t using that trampoline, then get rid of it before it becomes a hazard. That one is easily take care of with one call to Junk King Dallas Mid Cities.

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The first hurdle to overcome with getting rid of your trampoline is to take it apart. That can be especially challenging if you had the trampoline installed. Would you even know how to take it apart? With Junk King on the job, you won’t have to know how to take it apart. The crew can handle that. They have experience taking down swing sets, tool sheds, fencing and hot tubs. Taking apart a trampoline won’t be a problem for them.

Time won’t be a factor either with Junk King on the job. That’s because Junk King doesn’t charge by the hour. Their flat fees cover the labor, transportation and disposal but that fee is based on volume. How much room on the truck will your junk take up? The crew from Junk King can figure out that estimate just by looking over the things you want to get rid of. They are usually spot on with their estimate but on those rare occasions when your stuff ends up taking up more room you’ll still pay that original price. What about less room? Then you’ll be paying less. Among the many benefits of hiring Junk King, you can always count on them being fair.

Don’t let your backyard trampoline and junk get in clutter up your property. Junk King Dallas Mid Cities can clear it out fast.

Where To See Fireworks On The 4th

Fireworks on the 4th of July are a shared experienced that happens all across the country. Whether you’re watching from a stadium, a riverfront, a park or your own backyard these displays are always thrilling. Here in Dallas, there is no shortage of places to view fireworks. Here are the best:

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Kaboom Town at Addison Circle Park

This fireworks extravaganza has constantly been rated as one of the best in the country. That’s high praise. Addison Circle Park is ground-zero for the display and they open their gates at 4 pm but not on the 4th. These fireworks go off on the 3rd. That means you can watch the fireworks here and then see another show the next night.

Texas Rangers Post-Game

Taking in a baseball game on the 4th is an awesome way to spend the day. You also can get your fill of hot dogs. This year, the Rangers are playing on the 3rd and the 4th and there are fireworks both nights after the game. That’s an awesome double-header.

Fair Park Fourth

The fun starts at noon on the Fair Park Midway. At 3, the activities in the park include games, water fun and a zipline. There will also be concession stands set up about the Cotton Bowl all day along with live music. Just at night falls and the kids get tuckered out, the fireworks will go off. If you can’t make it out to Fair Park, then you can watch the show on Channel 8.

No doubt any one of these shows will be crowded. That might dissuade you from venturing out. Instead, you could have a fun time in your own backyard. You might even be able to see some of the displays in the distance. If you opt for a home party, then you’ll want to hire Junk King Dallas Mid Cities this week. These hard working folks can’t help you grill up burgers and hot dogs but they can certainly clear out your yard of any type of unwanted debris. Whatever is causing an eyesore on your property can be swiftly loaded up and carted off by Junk King. Let Junk King Dallas Mid Cities make your 4th of July celebration special by clearing out all the rubbish.