Reliable Junk Cleanup In New Rochelle

The Hudson Park Children’s Greenhouse is getting a major renovation boost from the City of New Rochelle with a pledge of a quarter of a million dollars. That money with go towards improving the entire three-building complex that makes up the HPCG. The renovation starts with an Earth Day cleanup organized by Volunteers of New York. The HPCG provides hands on learning experiences for local schoolchildren and has long been a resource for the community.

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Are you planning any renovations around your New Rochelle home this spring? Perhaps you’ll take inspiration from the HPCG and makeover your gardens. Of course, one of the best ways to improve your home is to begin with clutter removal throughout the entire house. That is where Junk King Hudson Valley can make a major impact.

How many things in your home do you want to get rid of that can’t be tossed out in the trash? It might be some large pieces of furniture or older electronics. Maybe you have a lot of clothes, shoes, jackets and other wearable things that you don’t want to go to waste. All of that can be turned over to Junk King. This is a company who prides itself on keeping trash out of landfills. They would much rather make those extra drop off trips to a charity or recycling center. In the case of those electronics, New York state law prohibits them from being dumped in a landfill so they absolutely have to be recycled. Those drops off can take time but when you hire Junk King, that is time you don’t have to worry about.

You also don’t have to worry about how you’re going to get something out of your home. The team from Junk King does all the work. That includes going down in the basement to bring up a sofa or carrying a dresser down from upstairs. Since movers brought those things in, it should be movers that will take them out again. Try to imagine what your New Rochelle home will look like once all the unwanted rubbish is gone. Junk King Hudson Valley can make that happen today.