Will painting be on your home improvement agenda this summer? This is actually a perfect DIY job that can add value to your home without costing you a lot. Once you agree to the paint color, everything is downhill from there! It’s all about the prep. Most of that prep involves putting down paint tape but before that can start you need to clear out the space that you’re painting. The ideal situation is to have a room empty of all furniture. But that’s not always practical. It could help to at least remove all the unwanted furniture that you’re not going to ever use again. This is usually the case in a room that is being used for storage and is now being converted into something else. It’s like moving with junk. Why bring rubbish to a new home? If you want to finally remove the unwanted furniture and clutter from your house that one call to Junk King Detroit can make it happen.
All the crews that work for Junk King Detroit have been licensed and insured. This makes them totally trustworthy and professional. They will take great care maneuvering your heavy items out of the front door. They don’t want to see a scratched floor any more than you do. Even if you are painting the walls, the Junk King Detroit team still isn’t going to bang into them with your stuff. You can count on them to remove any heavy object. If it becomes too bulky to get downstairs, then they’ll taken apart piece by piece. Junk King Detroit is a great with solving problems like that.
Everything you turn over the Junk King Detroit could end up in someone else’s house. Junk King Detroit doesn’t make deliveries but instead drop-offs to charities. Those charities will often reupholster a repair a damaged piece of furniture and make sure he gets to those in need. You don’t have to decide if something is worthy of repair. Leave that for Junk King to make that call.
In addition to clearing all the clutter from the inside of your home, Junk King Detroit can do some terrific yard cleanup as well. Before you start painting, get your clutter cleared with help from Junk King Detroit.