A Christmas present is a small token demonstrating how we feel about someone. It could be a gift card that you give to a coworker or to a mail carrier as a nice way of saying thank you. Within the family, the gifts that we give a Christmas time also demonstrate how we feel about each other. These can be significant gestures that can have a major impact on someone’s life. That would certainly be the case if you made a junk removal session from Junk King Los Angeles part of your Christmas gift giving this year.
Who do you know that would benefit from having junk and rubbish removed from their home? This doesn’t have to be a hoarder that lives on the block but it could be a family member who doesn’t have the means to load up an old sofa or a broken washing machine. Those the kinds of big clutter items that can really have a negative impact on the living space. You might have noticed these kinds of things on your last visit. One call to Junk King can make it all go away in a single session.
After you lockdown the date with Junk King, the recipient of the gift should lockdown the list of things they want removed. When Junk King is on the job there are no weight or size restrictions. The team from Junk King can just as easily haul out an old piano as they can a box of scarves. Before that work begins the crew will have to settle up on the fee. This will be based upon how though pack up the stuff onto the truck. Their goal is to use up as little space as possible. That can translate into the low end of the price scale. You’ll notice fee is before the work begins and if you were the prices out as a DIY job it would probably cost to or three times as much is what Junk King charge.
Added into that fee is all the disposal of those items. This could be a very time-consuming part of the job but it is one that Junk King wants to get right. That means making drop-offs to recycling centers or charities. This really is the best way to get rid of unwanted stuff and keep it out of a landfill.
You can make this a Junk King kind of Christmas by giving the gift of a junk removal session to someone special in your life. Book that appointment today.
The recent devastating wildfires that cut through a huge portion of the state was a grim reminder that life can change in an instant. Thousands of people were displaced by the wildfires and that meant evacuating with just a moment’s notice. If an evacuation ordered ever came down to you, would you be ready to go? Here are some great tips on how to plan for an evacuation just in case:
Prep Ahead of Time
The more preparation you can do before a natural disaster strikes better off you’ll be. Think about all the things that are important to you that you need to bring with you. All of your important insurance, medical and financial documents should be in one location in the home. You don’t want them scattered across rooms. If you have a small file lockbox, then that’s a good place to put them.
You should definitely let your neighbors know when you are leaving and where used plan on going. They should tell you the same. In severe circumstances, you might even want to put a sign in your window saying something along the lines of “house empty. Occupants evacuated.” This will help first responders if they are searching through the neighborhood. They’ll know to pass over your house.
Before leaving you should take a few moments to unplug any unnecessary appliances, turn off the gas and water supplies at the main switches and turn off all the lights.
Pack an Emergency Kit
Your car should always have a small emergency kit. This can include flashlights with extra batteries, extra power cords for cell phones, protein bars and a first-aid kit. If you have time before the evacuation, then you’ll probably want to also bring extra clothing, blankets and pillows.
Have a Plan
The meeting priority is to get clear of the danger zone. Beyond that, you’ll need to have a plan as to where you’ll be driving to. That will change with each situation but you can count on your local fire department, police station or Red Cross knowing where displaced residents should go. Those will also be the best locations for you to get updates about when you can return to your property.
The most important thing with an evacuation is to go when ordered. Staying behind only puts you and first responders at risk.