When it comes to enjoying Monterey, it’s all about the outdoors. You could make a great day hiking the Monterey Peninsula recreational trail were just hanging out in the bay. Strolling along Cannery Row is another way to spend a warm day. There’s also whale watching and paddle boarding that can fill up your time. All of these are great activities to do as long as you don’t have anything pressing back at home. Those chores you’ve been putting off for several weekends have a way of interfering with having a good time around town. This is why you want to reach out to Junk King Monterey. These are the professional junk haulers who can take care of getting rid of all that clutter that’s been piling up around your home and yard.
Before you book an appointment with Junk King Monterey it helps to have a sense of exactly what you want to throw away. You have to provide them with an itemized list. But they just want to know if they’re dealing with a standard cleanup or a hoarder level type of clean up. They can certainly handle both but one requires the standard two-man team while the other might require additional crews and trucks.
Whether you just have the two workers or six you won’t be paying any extra labor costs. That’s because Junk King Monterey only charges a flat fee based upon how much space your junk will occupy the back of the truck. This is a number that’s determined by the crew once a they’ve had a chance to look over all the things you want to toss out. Thankfully, these teams know how to pack up the trucks very tight. They want to get as many junk in as possible throughout the course of the day. That means you’ll benefit to a low price with every pickup.
In addition to removing all the items from your garage and closet, Junk King Monterey can also work wonders around the front and back yard. If you have old planters, patio furniture, barbecue grills, lawnmowers or even spare tires to get rid of, then this is your chance to do it. If you want to make the most of your weekend around town, then hire Junk King Monterey first.