Recently, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District set up a dredging project at the historic Greek Lake in Shaker Heights. This dredging is done to clean up and revitalized the lake. It also means dredging up some unintended garbage. Specifically, golf balls.
“We found a lot of golf balls,” said Kyle Dreyfuss-Wells, CEO of the NEORSD to a local news station, “To the extent we found five 55-gallon drums of golf balls.” The apparent source for these lost balls is the Shaker Heights Country Club and Golf Course that is just a short distance up stream from the lake. Doan Brook runs right through the golf course and is close to 12 of the 18 holes. One errant plunk and those balls take a stream down the creak and into the lake.
The lake hasn’t been dredged since 1970 so it’s no wonder they pulled up so many golf balls. Can you imagine if you didn’t clean your home in over 47 years? Of course, it probably didn’t take a lot of time for your closets, basement and garage to fill up with stuff. Maybe it is time to finally get rid of that clutter. To get that done, you only have to bring in Junk King Cleveland.
Right now, there is probably a Junk King crew making its way around the Cleveland area. You’ll be able to spot them in the big red truck. When you have a pair of movers focused on helping you get rid of stuff, there is no end to how much clearing you can do. Yes, the team from Junk King will gladly climb stairs and bring the furniture back down again. If something needs to be taken apart, then they’ll be happy to open up their toolbox and get the job done. All you have to do is show them what you want removed.
Shaker Heights has always been an idyllic place to live and Junk King strives to keep it that way. Not only do they want to help clean up yards and vacant lots but they also take an eco-friendly approach to disposal. They want it all to be donated or recycled. That’s the Junk King way. For quality junk cleanup services in Shaker Heights, you can always count on Junk King Cleveland.