By now, your college bound kid is set up in their dorm room. That sound you hear around the house is called “peace and quiet.” This is a proud time for any parent. It’s also a perfect time to clear out the clutter. Depending in the situation, your college kid might not be coming back to the homestead. This might be the stepping-stone to having them set up their own apartment. You’ll still be doing laundry and cooking for them, they just won’t be living under your roof! That’s the way it should be. As for what to do with their room, the possibilities are endless. First, you need to do a serious clean out. That’s where Junk King can be a big help.
Once you determine that you need to toss out some oversize or heavy objects, then Junk King is really the only call you have to make. Your clean out starts with assessing what you want to keep and throw out. Your kid might have left behind a lot of keepsakes or collections. Do yourself a favor and box those up. Let them make the final call on getting rid of that stuff. As for the bed, desk, dresser, shelves, drapes, carpet and outgrown clothes, those can all be taken away by Junk King.
You might be thinking that a lot of this furniture is still good. Just because you’re not going to use it doesn’t mean someone else can’t benefit from having it in their home. With Junk King, that won’t be an issue. When the crews come over for the junk hauling, they’ll be keeping an eye out for those items that can be donated to local charities. Even a table with a busted leg or a sofa that has lost its spring can be turned over to a charity for refurbishing. There are plenty of deserving organizations that are all on the Junk King drop off route! You don’t even have to ask; these donations will be made automatically.
Just because you’re clearing out your kid’s room doesn’t mean you can’t put the Junk King crew to work in the rest of your house. This is a great opportunity to finally toss out all the junk from your basement, attic and garage. A single room clean out can lead to a 100% junk free home thanks to Junk King.