A small vegetable garden in your backyard can go a long way towards adding to family dinners throughout the summer. With a little effort and little cost, you expect to have fresh salads at every meal. If you do things right you may have enough bounty to share with neighbors. One group you don’t want to share your garden with are the rabbits and squirrels that are going to be looking for their own snack. They probably won’t be scared off with a scarecrow. Of course, if you have a faithful dog then he can keep those critters away. The other option is to cover your garden with a mesh tent. That still lets in the sunlight but keeps out the uninvited guests. All that works once the garden is up and running but before that can happen you might need a little help from Junk King Hudson Valley.
Junk King Hudson Valley is not a landscaping company per se but they can do amazing things when it comes to clearing out a plot of land for your planting. Suppose you have some structures in your backyard that you want to get rid of. This can be anything from a hot tub tool shed. It could be a sandbox or a playground set. All of those things can quickly be dismantled by the Junk King Hudson Valley crew. Once broken apart the pieces can be loaded onto the truck and you’ll have a great space for planting.
Along with taking down those structures, the team from Junk King Hudson Valley can also remove items like a crusty barbecue grill or patio furniture that is seen better days. All that will fit on the back of the Junk King truck. Before it is loaded, the crew will be able to size everything up and determine just how much space your stuff is going to occupy on the truck. That is how the figure out your estimate. This will be a flat fee that covers everything from the labor to the transportation. It’s also a price that could be locked down. You will not pay any extra when the job is done. In fact, if your junk takes up more space you’ll still pay the original estimate. Get your garden growing by starting with clearing help from Junk King Hudson Valley.