There probably isn’t a home in Detroit that doesn’t have something to get rid of. Whether it is clutter in the garage, rubbish down the basement or junk in the closet you can depend on Junk King Detroit to provide fast and efficient junk removal service. But you don’t have to take our word for it. Read what some recent Junk King Detroit customers had to say about their experiences:
“I had a wonderful experience with Junk King. I called on a Saturday and was able to secure help the very next day! They work Sundays! Thanks to your great crew – I was able to declutter before Monday rolled around. I highly recommend!” – S.W., Rochester
Junk King Detroit appreciates that you might have a hectic schedule and the only time available for pickup would be on the weekends. That’s why they will accommodate your time off and provide junk removal service when it best suits your schedule. All they ask is that you set aside a two-hour window to give them enough time to get from one appointment to the next.
“The persons picking up my equipment were friendly and helpful and got the job done in a very timely manner.” – G.U., Livonia
When you get right down to it, it doesn’t take a lot of time to move a sofa out of the house. The only time the Junk King crews are slow down is when they have to take something apart. But even then, you would be charge for extra labor fees. Your only cost will be based upon an estimate of how tightly they’ll be able to pack up the truck with all your stuff. You’ll know this price before the work begins and it won’t change when the work is complete.
“Thank you! Most excellent Work! Called came out the same day service. Very professional service.” – K.H., Ann Arbor
“The movers were very professional and courteous. The service was fast and thorough. I would highly recommend Junk King for your junk removal service.” – K.G., Utica
When you discover how easy it is to work with Junk King Detroit you’ll become a loyal customer, too. All it takes to get rid of all your unwanted clutter is one call to Junk King Detroit today.