There is a new kind of gardening cropping up around Dallas and it has to do with straw. Straw bale gardens are finding their way into many backyard where the soil is less than desirable for growth. These special straw bales have been prepped by having fertilizer added into them through watering. That fertilizer acts as a natural compost. You can then plant directly into the bale and as the straw breakdowns, your veggies start to bloom. When the bale is completely broken down, you just bring in a new one. This is perfect for anyone with a backyard that is more concrete than lawn. It also helps with the layout as you simply have to line up the bales in any configuration that works for your space. Of course, it will help to clear that space before you bring in the bales. For that job, you only need to call Junk King.
Junk King provides the tools, the truck and the manpower to handle any type of cleanout. Typically, this is for homeowners who want to make room in their garage by having all the clutter hauled off. Or if someone has reached critical mass in their closet, then a call to Junk King can insure all the unwanted stuff can be removed in a matter of minutes. As for the yard work, this is where hiring Junk King will really make sense.
That two-man crew assigned to your appointment won’t have any problem loading up things like rusty patio furniture, a crusty grill or a broken lawnmower. They can also haul away auto parts, lumber or piles of scrap metal. If you’ve got stuff just sitting in your yard for no good reason, then turn it over to Junk King. That includes any big object that might have to be taken apart. Something like a swing set, a tool shed or even a deck can all be dismantled by the Junk King crew and loaded up on the truck.
Always remember that the bulk of what is collected by Junk King could make its way to a recycling facility. That holds true for all that yard waste including dirt and concrete. If Junk King can avoid making a trip to the landfill, they will consider that a good day! Try something new for your garden planting this year but start with a call to Junk King.