If you’ve never been to the Hollywood Bowl, then maybe your first trip should be on the 4th of July. This year, Smokey Robinson will be headlining the festivities at the bowl and it’s not just for one night but for the entire weekend. You’ll also find fireworks displays down at Burton Chace Park in Marina Del Rey, at West LA College in Culver City and downtown at Grand Park. Even though personal fireworks are illegal in LA, it is clear you’ll have plenty of chances to see the real thing.
Los Angeles is the kind of town that shuts down early for a holiday weekend but there will still be plenty of folks on duty. Take for instance the professional junk haulers working for Junk King. These teams will stay on patrol all through the Independence Day weekend. You might even be able to score a same day appointment with Junk King if you call early in the morning.
Having a two-man Junk King crew at your home will make a huge difference when it comes to deciding what you want to throw away. After all, if you don’t have to lift something heavy, then anything goes, right? Now is the chance to clear out any old furniture, e-waste, appliances or other household goods that you’re done with.
When the crew is done clearing out the clutter from inside of your home, let them do a sweep around the yards. Often we’ll use the side of the garage or under a patio deck to stash things like auto parts, spare tires, lumber and construction waste. Now that can finally all be cleared away with one call to Junk King.
As your stuff is getting loaded onto the back of the Junk King truck, the crew will be on the lookout for any objects that could be repurposed. If there is something that can be recycled or donated, then Junk King will make every effort to see to it that it will get to the right facility. You won’t have to ask about Junk King’s recycling policy, it happens automatically. Just imagine all the space you can reclaim when you’ve got Junk King on the job. Make this Independence Day your break from junk. One call to Junk King gets it done.