One man’s recyclable material is another man’s building material. Back in the 70s, John Milkovisch decided to put his collected cans of beer to good use. He had been holding onto these cans for most of his life, keeping them stored up in the attic. He then set about opening each can, flattening them out and using them to side his house. The Beer Can House became a labor of love that attracted visitors from all over the world. When John passed away, his sons took over maintenance of the house replacing any rusty patches with new cans. Even as new condos and buildings sprang up in the neighborhood, the Beer Can House stayed put. You can still see it to this day.
Houston’s Beer Can House is a perfect example of how you can transform junk into another purpose. Sometimes, however, junk is just junk. When you’ve got piles of that you need to give Junk King Houston a call. They’ll make sure it is removed safely and quickly. Hiring Junk King can be a huge help if you’ve been put in charge of a home cleanup. Like John’s sons, it often falls to the kids to take care of their parents’ homes when they have moved on. Often this might mean putting the home up for sale. Before that can be done, it has to be cleaned out. You don’t have to renovate a place just get it clean. After you’ve taken away the keepsakes and valuables what could be left are a lot of things best destined for the junk heap. Here is where Junk King Houston comes into play.
With Junk King you’ll be getting a big truck and a two man moving crew. They will be doing all the work so you don’t have to fret over throwing out your back. Just point to what you want taken away and the JK Houston crew will know what to do. In terms of what you want to get rid of there really is no limit with Junk King. They’ve help folks take out every stick of furniture in a home. They’ve even been called on to remove just a few old TV sets. Size doesn’t matter to Junk King but that’s exactly how you’ll be charged. You’ll be given an estimate based on the amount of space your junk takes up on the back of the truck. Since the crews love to pack their trucks tight you can bet your stuff will go into as little a space as possible. Next time you’re in downtown Houston, drive by the Beer Can House and have a cold one!