Monthly Archives: June 2018

Use The Junk King Pricing Estimator To Set Your Junk Removal Session

Remember the last time you moved? You were probably surprised by two things. First, how much stuff you had accumulated over the years. Second, how it managed to fit on the moving truck. Movers don’t just have experience with lifting and loading but also with packing. A successful job depends on them getting everything onto the truck so that it won’t be damaged in transport. Junk King Los Angeles operates a lot of the same way. Their moving crews have experience with loading and packing, too. Although they’re not as concerned about damages! The goal for Junk King is to get as much as they can into as little space as possible. To see how this works, you’ll want to fire up the pricing estimator.

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The Junk King pricing estimator lets you set up your appointment and see a possible range of fees. You have two options for using this special program. You can either list each item individually or go by the truckload. The Junk King truck equals the same amount of space as 6 pickup trucks. Could your stuff fit onto the back of one pickup truck? If so, then you can click and see what the range would be. It is just that simple.

The final price won’t be locked down until an onsite visit by the crew. This is actually a good thing because often you move over guess. When the Junk King crew sees what you have to get rid of, they have the experience to provide a clearer estimation. You won’t be upset paying less, will you?

Included in that final will be the disposal part of the service. This is where Junk King is really making a positive impact for the community. They’ve been dedicated to a green way of doing things since that started collecting rubbish. Often that means skipping the landfill and instead making a drop off at a recycling center or charity. The fewer trips Junk King can make to the dump each week, the better off everyone will be.

If you thought getting rid of your junk with Junk King Los Angeles was easy before, then wait until you fire up the pricing estimator. Put it to the test today.

Declutter Your Backyard Deck

Before a backyard deck can be declared “finished” it has to be sealed. Whatever stain you have on the wood needs an extra layer of protection from the elements. Fortunately, Los Angeles weather being what it is, rain doesn’t wear off that sealant like it does in other parts of the country. If you lived in the Midwest, you might have to reseal the deck every other year. In LA, it might only be ever five years.

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Backyard decks are made for entertaining but it’s hard to enjoy that space if the deck is full of clutter. Random items like appliances, furniture and other things that don’t fit in the garage or house often end up on the deck crowding out the dining space. It might also be that the chairs or tables you have out there need to be replaced. The same could be said for a grill that has seen better days. How can you get your backyard deck cleared of all that clutter? That’s easy. Just call up Junk King Los Angeles.

Junk King LA knows all about clearing out rubbish. On any given day, the Junk King teams fan out across Los Angeles to help homeowners and businesses remove tons of stuff regardless of size or weight. The first step is to set up your appointment. That can be handled with a phone call or a few clicks on the Junk King website. You get to pick the day that works best for your schedule. Could that be today? It could be because Junk King likes to leave room in their day for same-day pick up. The sooner you call in, the more likely you are to snag that spot. If you don’t get a same-day appointment, then might be able to get that deck clutter cleared by tomorrow. Yes, Junk King moves that fast.

You could also arrange for Junk King to pick up your items without you being home. It happens all the time especially with the backyard rubbish. Junk King Los Angeles wants to make getting rid of your backyard deck clutter a breeze. Put them to the challenge today.