Every so often, you’ll find a story in the newspaper about someone discovering a treasure up in their attic. Usually, this is some long forgotten heirloom or antique that was left behind by a family member. Once appraised, this treasure is discovered to be extremely valuable. That begs the question, “what is up in your attic?” The longer your attic has become us storage unit for your family the greater chance there could be a treasure up there but that means sorting through a lot of potential junk and rubbish. If you’re eager to get rid of that junk, then leave it up in the attic and call Junk King Dayton.
Junk King Dayton is professional junk hauling service that makes removing items from an attic hassle free. They’re going to provide you with a two-man moving crew who has plenty of experience hauling heavy objects down flights of stairs. Even if your attic is accessible just by a pull down ladder, the Junk King Dayton crew will happily bring down what you want removed. Once all that junk is clear and you sorted through your “treasures,” you might find a way to put that space to more practical use. It can become a playroom for the children or a study. It can even be the spare bedroom you been looking for. And attic with exposed rafters can easily be converted with insulation and drywall. Why let a perfectly good go to waste? It doesn’t have to with help from Junk King Dayton.
Once the team from Junk King Dayton is done up in the attic they can set their sights on clearing out the junk for the rest of your house. It really doesn’t matter to this crew how heavy something is or whether it is considered oversized. They have experience handling all kinds of things from armoires to pianos. Best of all you won’t be charge by the weight for your item. Junk King Dayton’s pricing policies are based upon volume. It all comes down to how much space your stuff will occupy on the back of their truck. That’s a very fair way of pricing out this type of work. Get your attic and a home clear of clutter with one call to Junk King Dayton.