Are you ready to hire Junk King to handle the junk removal from your home? Before you do, you’ll want to pull together all the things you want to get rid of. By “pull together,” we mean figuratively. The two-man crew assigned to your junk removal session will do the literal work of lifting and loading. You just have to tell them what you want gone and it will be done. Now thanks to Junk King’s pricing estimator you can plug in your list of what is going and receive an instant estimate of the cost. This will give you the big picture for your junk removal.
Junk King’s pricing estimator will let you go through each room and itemize the specific objects you’ll be getting rid of. They’ve broken down the home zones to living room, kitchen, bedroom, home office, outside and miscellaneous. That last category is probably all the stuff you are keeping in your garage like file boxes, golf bags, exercise machines and toys that nobody plays with. The low end of a junk removal could be around $99. Even that price will include all the fees such as labor, gas and dumping charges. Also included are the recycling services provided by Junk King. It is the complete junk removal package.
Although you’ll get a good sense of the range of what you can expect to pay, that final estimation can’t occur until the Junk King crew shows up to see all that stuff for themselves. That’s actually a good thing. The crews like to pack up their trucks rather tight. They want to make sure they can visit as many customers in a single day as possible before heading back to the depot. Because they’ll be packing things up tight, they might actually present you with an estimate that is less than what you calculated. Whatever the final cost is, it will remain final. There won’t be any surprise fees tacked on at the end of the job. Even if your junk takes up more space than what was estimated, you’ll still pay the original charge. That’s a fair deal that can’t be beat.
Junk removal doesn’t have to be complicated. Thanks to Junk King and their pricing estimator, you’ll know what to expect.