Junk King Houston Stands By To Help With Hurricane Cleanup

In the wake of hurricane Harvey, more than 126,000 homes in the Houston area where damaged. Debris from the storm is estimated to be as large as 25 college football stadiums. It’s going to take months to haul this all the way. City workers are already pushing the limits of their schedules and overtime. That is why many homeowners are taking it upon themselves to clean up their own hurricane storm damage. That’s where a company like Junk King Houston can be a big help. They provide the manpower and truck space needed to clear out all of your storm debris including things like damaged appliances or furniture.

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The goal with storm cleanup is to get anything wet out of the house. This is the prevent mold from growing. Unfortunately, it could also mean you would have to pull up rugs and remove sections of drywall. That will create huge piles of construction waste. This is something else that Junk King Houston can quickly remove from your property.

Every Junk King Houston session is staffed by two very capable movers. For those jobs that might require additional help, Junk King can dispatch even more team members. The first thing they’ll have to do is assess the situation. Once the team has had a chance to look over all the things you want to get rid of they’ll be able to provide you with an estimate for the job. This estimate will be based upon how they’re going to pack up the truck with your stuff. Will it be one third, one-half, one quarter or the whole truck bed? Because the crews have to make many stops, you can count on them packing up your stuff in as little space as possible. That means you’ll be paying the least amount.

In addition to all the household items that you might need to discard, the Junk King crews can also pick up any debris that landed in your yard like tree branches, shrubs, shingles or any other trash. You’ll feel a lot better once you hire Junk King Houston to clear out all your hurricane storm debris. Make that call today.