It looks like rain is in the forecast for the Labor Day weekend here in Houston. Does that mean your weekend will be completely ruined? Absolutely not! No matter what is happening outdoors, you have the added bonus of being able to sleep in on Monday. You’ve also got the whole day to kick back. Rain outside means it’s a perfect time to binge watch your favorite TV show. Just don’t let those nagging chores get in the way. Just because you’ve been putting off removing the mounds of clutter from your home doesn’t mean you don’t deserve a break. You can take care of both when you hire Junk King. They’ll pick up your junk and get you back to your long weekend in no time!
Junk King is part of a national franchise of junk removal specialists who have literally removed tons of debris from homes and businesses all around the East Houston area. Many apartment managers have Junk King on speed dial. They know when a tenant moves out, there is always the chance of them leaving behind furniture, rugs, drapes and other household goods. All of that can be picked up by Junk King in a single appointment.
Real estate brokers also depend on Junk King to help with foreclosure cleanouts. One call to Junk King and a home full of trash can be cleared out to make room for contractors. Junk King can also clear away a lot of rubbish and brush from the yards, which will go a long way towards improving curb appeal.
How can you put Junk King to work in your home? First, you need to decide what you want to throw out. That could be the perfect rainy day activity that won’t take up too much time. Just go from room to room and make a list of what you want gone. Complete the list by taking a tour of your garage, basement and attic. When the Junk King crews shows up for your junk pickup, hand them the list and watch them go to work. Your home will be clutter free in a blink of the eye.
When Junk King is finished loading up your stuff, they’ll be off to the stop and you can go back to relaxing. Bring your summer to a perfect close with a junk pickup session from Junk King.