The hope in the new year is that the COVID vaccination and continued effort to socially distance will result in a positive change for Angelenos. That can mean a return to normal with regard to workspaces. There have been a lot of offices that have been unoccupied since the start of the pandemic. Slowly, companies will be making the way back to those workspaces and that will require some adaptations and modifications. It could mean pushing desks further apart and providing plexiglass shielding for each designated workspace. To make that happen there may need to be the removal of a lot of unwanted equipment and furniture. That is a job that the team from Junk King Los Angeles can be a big help with.
Working With Your Schedule and Budget
Junk King appreciates a company’s schedule. It is vitally important not to make any more disruptions to business. That means you can set up your removal session the time that works best for your operation. That might be before staff shows up or on the weekend. All you need to do is to call in the Junk King and lockdown your two-hour window on the day that works best for your schedule. It will take the full two hours to remove all the items you want taken from the office space. That time is there just to allow the crews to get from one appointment to the next.
As for your bottom line, Junk King offers a flat fee pricing policy that is based on how the truck it’s packed up as opposed to weight. You will know what the cost is before the work begins so that there won’t be any surprise charges. That flat fee also covers the disposal of whatever you are getting rid of. For some offices that might mean handling e-waste such as old computers, monitors and printers. All of those items will be dropped off at a certified recycling center by the Junk King team. It is part of their continuing effort to provide environmentally friendly disposal of junk.
Bring in the team from Junk King Los Angeles to clear out your office space of any unwanted items and watch how fast it gets done. Book your appointment today.