According to legend, Punxsutawney Phil has been checking for his shadow every February 2nd for 125 years. In that time, there has been only one Punxsutawney Phil. His longevity can be attributed to drinking a special “elixir of life” every summer. Somehow, this elixir gives Phil another seven years of life. Do that often enough and you can be around for 125 years. For those who don’t care if winter sticks around for another six weeks, Groundhog Day has come to symbolize a day you are forced to relive until you work it all out. Is there a day you wish you could relive?
Since this is a junk hauling blog, we might suggest you go back to the day you first moved into your home. Remember how clean and open everything was? How long did it take for those wide-open spaces to be crammed with furniture, appliances and boxes? Over the years, you’ve probably brought a lot of things into your home that you now wish you could go back and never buy in the first place. Now is your golden opportunity to get rid of all that unwanted junk in a blink of an eye. One call to Junk King gets it done.
Junk King is part of a national chain of professional junk haulers who have been helping homeowners and businesses remove all kinds of junk from their property. Apartment managers call on Junk King after a tenant moves out to clear out the stuff left behind and there is always stuff left behind! A business who needs to get rid of old files or outdated office equipment can depend on Junk King to remove all that clutter without disrupting the workday. As for anyone living in a home, Junk King has become the “go to” resource for clearing out garages, closets, basements and attics.
One flat fee covers all the labor, transportation and dumping charges. That fee will be based on an estimate of how much space your junk will take up on the back of the truck. In other words, you’ll know what you would be expected to pay before the work begins and you’re going to love Junk King’s prices. This Groundhog Day, don’t dwell on the past! Instead, move forward with a decluttering session from Junk King.