Around the beginning of December, many businesses go into the “holiday slide.” That is when things start to slow down. Big projects are put off until next year. It’s understandable that companies wouldn’t want to jump in and start on some major transition only to have it interrupted by vacation time. When everyone returns after the New Year holiday there eager to dive in to those new projects.
You probably have the same attitude when it comes to projects around your house. You’re certainly not going to start a kitchen remodel the second week of December! But as you hang up the 2017 calendar it’s time to look ahead to all the things you want to accomplish in the coming year. Top of that list might be clearing out the junk that you’ve accumulated over the past several months. That is where Junk King Houston can be a big help.
Junk King Houston’s mission is to clear as much clutter from your home as you want. Weight or size is never a consideration with them because as far as they’re concerned if you want it gone that it will get onto the back of the truck. Sometimes that requires dismantling something or even cutting it in half. The two-man crew assigned to your junk removal task will show up with the right tools to take care of those kinds of problems.
Your role in the junk removal task is to point to all the things you want taken away. That is literally the extent of the effort you’ll have to exert. Of course, you might need to do some presorting before the crew arrives to make sure they can take away all your unwanted items.
As the Junk King Houston team loads things onto their truck, they’re going to keep a watchful eye out for any items that might be put back into circulation. That can happen as a charitable donation or as a recyclable. Even though that might mean Junk King makes several drop offs to clear their truck it is work they’re happy to take on. They’ve been dedicated to an eco-friendly way of doing things since they began the business back in 2005. The best approach to the New Year is in a clean home and that starts with a call to Junk King Houston.