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The Benefits of Using Junk King to Clean Out Your Home


How much stuff do you have in your home? How much of that stuff do you actually use and need, and how much of it is stuff that you’ve just collected over the years without really needing? Out of that, how much is really junk you haven’t taken the time to get rid of? It’s not just you—junk has a way of slowly accumulating in people’s homes almost unnoticed. It starts with something innocent, like a wobbly end table you can’t really use, but maybe one day you could fix or give to someone. Maybe it’s a chair that isn’t really that comfortable anymore, but getting rid of it would require having someone help you move it. 


No matter why junk has accumulated in your home, it’s now time to get rid of it. The amount of space you can reclaim could allow you to completely rearrange your home. Before you can start planning how you want to move your furniture around, though, you have to actually get the old stuff out of your home. That’s where Junk King North Houston comes in. Our team will remove all of the junk you have. Here are some of the benefits of working with us.


How Did this Junk Accumulate?


Before you start dealing with the junk you have, you may wonder where it all came from. As mentioned earlier, it often creeps in. That single end table or old chair may not seem like much, but over the years, this junk can take over portions of your home. Can you park your car in the garage? If not, is it because of stuff you’re keeping, or is it because you’ve moved some junk to the garage? Basements, attics, and sheds also tend to collect junk. While you may put some items in these spaces to store, you may never pull them out again. They may also deteriorate over the years, so by the time you do remember they exist, they’re trash. Fall cleaning can help deal with these items, but sometimes, you just don’t have time.


You may set junk aside with every intention of dealing with it later. Unfortunately, life gets in the way. For example, you may plan on putting some items out for the city’s bulk trash collection day, but if that day isn’t for several weeks, you may forget about it. Eventually, you’ll realize you need to get rid of stuff because it’s taken over your space. That’s why the first major benefit of working with Junk King is that you get that room back.

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You Reclaim Your Space


Getting this space back will make your home feel less cramped. You may be able to park in the garage again or move stuff around, but even if you don’t need to do either, simply having more space in your home is amazing. Clutter isn’t just physical—seeing a lot of stuff, especially if it’s junk or if it’s majorly disorganized—can affect how you feel about the space. You may begin to actively dislike your home or certain spaces in it. If you work from home, these negative feelings can impact your job, making it difficult to focus. 


 Sometimes, getting back space means you can use it for new items or to spread your things out, but other times, just having a little empty space in a room is what you need. You don’t need to put stuff in every corner of a room. Sometimes, that’s why you end up keeping junk—it takes up space. Maybe it’s always been in that space, so you can’t easily visualize the room without it. Sometimes, though, just leaving a space empty is better than filling it up with anything. It’s definitely better than having junk there.

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Junk King North Houston Handles Everything


One reason why some people don’t get rid of junk quickly is because they can’t. The elderly, those who have mobility issues, or those who live alone may not be able to move heavy furniture out of their home. If they can’t get assistance from others, the old items can end up setting in their home for days or weeks.


One major benefit of Junk King is that we do all the heavy lifting for you. We don’t need you to move anything. When we arrive, you just show us to the junk you’ve requested we haul off. We’ll carefully carry it out of your home to our truck. We don’t require our customers to move furniture, appliances, or anything else. The only thing you may need to do is take the sheets off the old mattress you want us to haul off or clean out the cabinet you’re getting rid of. 


We will take things from your home, garage, shed, or any other structure. Our team is trained in how to move heavy, bulky items without injuring ourselves. We would rather you let us handle these items instead of risking injury trying to move them yourself. We’ll even take things down out of your attic, second story, or basement. Live in an apartment or high-rise condo? Our crew will maneuver the junk into the elevator or take it down however many flights of stairs are necessary. This goes for everyone—even if you’re in great shape and can call on several people who hit the gym regularly, you don’t have to. Let us do all the heavy lifting.


We Take Just About Everything


Need to get rid of a sectional sofa? Junk King can take it. How about an old washing machine? We can do that, too. Junk King is a full-service junk hauler, which means we take a large range of stuff. We will haul away old mattresses, broken hot tubs, yard waste, DIY construction debris, and even that old shed you demolished. As long as it isn’t classified as hazardous waste, our crew will be more than happy to load it up in our truck and take it away.


If you do have items we can’t take, we may be able to direct you to the correct disposal facility or method. For example, we can’t take any liquid paint, but we can take paint that has been solidified using cat litter or specific additives that harden paint. If you ever have any questions about what we can and cannot take, all you have to do is ask. 

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We Don’t Just Trash Everything


A lot of junk haulers will pick up items and take them straight to the landfill. Junk King doesn’t. We believe in reducing our impact on the environment by redirecting as much as possible to other areas. If you have furniture, appliances, or other stuff that’s still in good shape, we won’t trash it. Instead, we will pass it along to one of the local charities we work with. These charities will see that your usable items are sent to those who need them. This helps reduce the need for new stuff, keeps old things out of the landfill, and helps people who need a helping hand.


If we can’t pass something along to those who need it, we’ll see if we can recycle it. Many things we collect can be recycled, and if they can’t, it’s possible they contain recyclable materials. We will disassemble furniture and other things, removing those recyclable materials and setting aside the rest for the landfill. While this means some stuff does end up going to the city dump, it’s typically a third or less of what we collect. 


You Only Pay for What You Use


Many junk haulers will make you pay per item, but Junk King uses a unique pricing structure. We charge by how much space your items take up in our trucks. Since our trucks tend to be larger than some of our competitors, even large items won’t take up too much space. Of course, you’ll be given a free estimate before any work starts. We pride ourselves on providing fully transparent quotes that include all potential charges and fees. There’s never any obligation to work with Junk King, even after we give you an estimate. You’re always free to compare quotes with other companies.


Ready to Clean Out Your Home?


Ready to reclaim the space junk has taken over? It’s a quick and easy process when you work with Junk King Houston North. Whether you’re ready to book or just have a few questions, we’re here for you. There are four different ways you can learn more about our services and get a free estimate:

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Call us at 1-888-888-JUNK and let us know what you need us to pick up. You can also ask us any questions you have and schedule your appointment if you’re ready.

Send a text and photos of the junk to 1-737-888-5865. You can also text questions or make an appointment once you have our estimate.

Ask for an in-person quote via phone or text. Sometimes, we may ask to do an in-person estimate as well, especially if you have a large amount of junk or have items that may be more difficult to deal with.

Use our online estimate tool and booking system. While our online price estimator is limited to standard items such as sofas, refrigerators, and beds, it’s perfect for anyone who needs to get rid of these items. You can also quickly book online. 

Junk King North Houston is ready to clean out your home today, and we hope to hear from you soon.

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Moving Out: What to Keep, What to Dump, and How Junk Removal Services Can Help


Once you’ve made the decision to move, there’s both a lot to do and, at the same time, long periods of time when nothing seems to be happening at all. It can be frustrating, especially if you’ve never dealt with the homebuying process before. Even if you have bought a home, you may have never sold one, so there’s still a learning curve. Dealing with real estate can be a headache, but since so much money is involved, it’s one you want to carefully handle. 


If you’re selling your home to purchase a new one, you may have to have a contingency clause in your contract that states the purchase of your new home can only occur once your old home sells. While the seller may be fine with this for a few months, they’re likely to become concerned if your house sits on the market for too long. They’re going to want to close the deal, and that means your home has to sell. If it doesn’t, the seller may be able to cancel the contract, causing you to lose your dream home.


Unfortunately, it’s not always that simple. Getting a house ready for market can take time, especially if you have a lot of stuff. Dealing with all of your possessions is something you’ll have to do. Here are a few tips for moving out, determining what to keep, and how junk removal services in Houston North can help.

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Don’t Move Junk


First, before we even look at tips for moving and sorting items, there’s one rule you need to commit to: don’t move junk. Many people get frustrated with sorting through items or realize they don’t have a lot of time left to move out and start throwing everything into bags and boxes. This includes junk. They decide that they would rather move everything now and then sort it out later at their new house.


The problem is that this rarely happens. Instead, the boxes full of junk end up stacked in the garage, basement, attic, or other space and never touched again. This trash just takes up space. If you’re paying movers to move your possessions, you’ve just paid them to take this junk from one home to another. 


If at all possible, avoid doing this. Give yourself enough time to fully sort through everything. Start as soon as you can—in fact, start right after you’ve decided to move. Even if you don’t have a house under contract yet, it’s never a bad idea to sort through things and get rid of stuff you don’t need or that isn’t usable any longer. Even if you don’t end up moving, you’ve given your home a good cleaning. If you do move, you know everything you have needs to be packed and moved.


Sort Items into Piles


Once you start sorting through your stuff, you’ll typically want to put things into three different piles. First, there’s the stuff you want to keep. All of this will get packed up and taken to your new home. The second pile is for stuff you want to give to others or donate. These items are still in good condition, but they may not be something you’ve used in quite some time. If you’re downsizing, this may include furniture that you can’t fit in your new home or furniture that you simply don’t like or that isn’t your current style. 


Finally, your third category will be trash. This will include things that are damaged or no longer function like they should in addition to old items that can’t be used any longer. This stuff will go in the trash if you don’t have a lot of it and it’s small enough. However, most people do find that they have a good amount of junk to get rid of and have far more than their city garbage bin can handle. That’s when calling Junk King is the way to go.

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Tips for Sorting


Some people have a hard time deciding what to keep, what to donate, and what to trash. Here are some tips that will help you with this task.


Is it broken or significantly damaged?

Why keep things that are broken? Anything that you cannot easily fix or that can no longer function as it should likely needs to be trashed. There are some exceptions, such as family heirlooms that have been damaged over time. However, if it’s something you can easily replace, don’t keep it if it’s damaged. 


You may have broken things you’ve held on to because you’re going to get them repaired “at some point.” Ask yourself two questions when you find one of these items. First, do you actually need it? If it’s been broken for years and you haven’t needed it, you can probably throw it away. Second, would it cost more to repair the item than to buy a new one? Often, it would, so toss the broken stuff and replace it if you really need it.

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Have you used it within a year?

When trying to decide if you still need something that is functional, ask yourself if you’ve used it within the last year. If the answer is no, consider if you really need it. This is a great way of cutting down your wardrobe. If you haven’t worn something within a year, will you ever wear it again? Of course, there will be some exceptions to this. You may want to hold on to a heavy coat if you had an unseasonably warm winter or hold on to that tailored suit even if you haven’t had a chance to wear it recently. Other clothing, especially if it’s out of style, should go to the donate bin or the trash.


Is it your style?

People’s style can change over time. You may have really liked having a lot of décor around your home years ago, but over time, you’ve become more minimalist. Maybe you want to include more splashes of color, or you’re no longer interested in that rustic look. Maybe you just want to try something different in your new home. Whatever the reason, if something doesn’t fit your style, consider donating it. 


Does it “Spark Joy”?

Marie Kondo is a famous Japanese expert on decluttering, and her rule for keeping something is that it has to “spark joy.” By that, she means to ask yourself if you like the item and are happy to own it. Obviously, this doesn’t necessarily apply to functional items. Your pots, pans, dresser, and toilet plunger aren’t likely going to spark joy, but you do need them. However, with decorative items, clothing, and other non-essentials, if you don’t have any type of emotional reaction to it, you may not need to keep it any longer. 

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Getting Rid of Junk in North Houston


Once you’ve created your three piles, it’s time to address each. The stuff you’re keeping gets packed up and moved to your new house. What about the donate and junk piles? You may want to see if any family members or friends want some items, especially if they’re heirlooms or other sentimental items. If no one does, you can donate them. However, this typically means taking them to the donation center. That takes time, plus you may not have a vehicle large enough to get old furniture or appliances to these donation centers.


Junk King can actually provide a solution to both your donate and your trash piles. That’s because in addition to hauling away trash, we also sort out donatable items. If you have old furniture that can still be used, we won’t toss it in the landfill. Instead, we will pass it on to one of the local organizations that serves those in need. An old sofa could end up in a shelter or in the living room of a domestic violence survivor. 


In addition to donating items, we also recycle whatever we can. We will take apart furniture and other items in order to remove their recyclable components. In the end, only about a third of what we pick up goes to the landfill.

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Reach Out to Junk King Today


Moving can be a major task, especially if you have a lot of stuff you have to sort through. Junk King Houston North can help make this project easier by hauling away all of the junk you don’t want to take with you to your new home. We can also haul away old flooring, demolished decks, and any other debris that comes from making repairs or renovations to your home before you sell it. We can take old furniture, appliances, yard debris, DIY construction debris, old mattresses, broken hot tubs, and much more. As long as it isn’t classified as hazardous waste, Junk King can haul it away for you.

We provide free, no-obligation quotes on every job we do. All you have to do is call us at 1-888-888-JUNK or send us a text to 1-737-888-5865 to get a quote. You can also use our online cost calculator and book online if you prefer.


Renting a Dumpster in North Houston will make these Projects Easier

Planning a major project? You may have decided that you want to try your hand at some DIY renovations on your home, or maybe your old deck needs to be removed and replaced. Maybe you’re not planning anything quite so grand, but you do need to do a total home cleanout. Maybe you’re a landlord and need to prepare a property for a new tenant or have inherited a home you need cleaned out before you can sell it. Regardless of what you’re planning, you’re going to have to deal with junk and potentially some debris. 


Many people turn to junk removal services to get rid of worn-out furniture or broken appliances. Junk King will come pick up these items and get rid of them for you, but what about projects that make more trash as you go? You don’t want to call us every day. Instead, you might find that renting a dumpster is the ideal solution, It gives you a place to collect all the trash you make during your project. When you’re done, we come pick it up, and all that debris is gone. 


If you’re wondering about whether or not your project could be made easier with a dumpster rental in North Houston, here are a few tasks that are perfect for a dumpster.

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If you regularly clean out your closets, basement, attic, and garage, you may not need to do a major spring cleaning that involves a dumpster. However, if you’ve gone years without purging, you may have more trash to get rid of than you can fit in your city garbage bin. Renting a dumpster can make the whole process easier, especially if you know you’ve got some old furniture stashed in the basement that you need to get rid of. Having a dumpster gives you a space to put all the junk so it doesn’t take up space in your home. This gives you more room to sort and organize. 


If you own a small business, renting a dumpster for an annual cleaning can also be very useful. You might have a lot of damaged product that you cannot sell in addition to old marketing materials that you won’t be able to use again. Broken shelving and other damaged display units may also be taking up some space in your backroom. It’s time to get rid of all of that stuff. Once it’s gone, you will have more room for new products and other items that you will actually get some use out of. 

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Redoing Your Backyard


Thinking about a backyard renovation? Sometimes, you just need to get in there and rip out some dead bushes, take up that old paver patio, or tear down your kid’s old treehouse that they haven’t used in years. When you plan out a backyard renovation, one thing you’ll likely realize is that it’s going to create a lot of debris. 


There are a lot of different components to a backyard remodel. You may want to touch nearly every inch of the space, or you may just want to redo a few things that are showing their age. As far as landscaping goes, you could take out bushes, remove or add flowerbeds, and even cut down trees. All of this yard debris can go straight into your dumpster rental.


You may also want to take down and replace some of the structures in your backyard. If your children don’t play in their playhouse or treehouse, or if they’ve outgrown their swing set, you can take it down and add it to the dumpster. Old sheds can also be dismantled and tossed alongside old decks. Paver patio stones can also go in the dumpster. 


By putting all of this debris straight into the dumpster, you’re essentially cleaning as you go. Otherwise, you’re going to have a pile of debris on one side of your backyard while the other side looks great. You then have to figure out how to get rid of all that debris. Loading it up into a truck can be a pain, especially since you have all those loose branches to deal with. Having a dumpster you can use to contain this mess makes the cleanup so much easier.

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Doing a DIY remodel? A dumpster is ideal for this type of task. You’re going to have a good amount of debris early in the project as you do demolition. You may have old cabinets and counters, bathroom vanities and tubs, and old flooring. All of that goes right into your dumpster without a second thought. But you’ll have more trash over the course of the project. You may have the packaging that your new flooring tiles come in or that was used to protect your cabinets. You’ll have remnants from cutting materials to fit, too. 


Having a dumpster will, again, help you keep the mess contained. When you’re dealing with things like cut boards that may have sharp edges on them or strips of pulled-up carpet tacks, there’s a risk of injury. Being able to put these hazardous items into the dumpster where it’s less likely someone will hurt themselves is very helpful. 


Preparing for a New Tenant


If you own rental properties, you may have a tenant who leaves behind a ton of junk. This is especially true if you have to evict someone. They may leave old furniture, broken appliances, trash, and much more. Some may even damage the property to the point that you have to put in new flooring and repair the walls. Even if your rental property is left in good condition, there will come a time when you have to do some maintenance and upgrades to continue attracting new tenants. 


Dumpsters make doing these upgrades, renovations, and cleanouts much easier. If you know you don’t need to keep anything in the house, you can haul it all straight out to the dumpster before you start pulling up flooring or replacing the counters. Whether you own a single rental house or an apartment complex, you’ll want to reach out to Junk King to learn more about dumpster rental and junk hauling. You’ll likely find that you call us more often than you thought, especially if you have multiple properties.


Prepare Your Home for Sale


Another instance in which you may be doing some remodels and have some junk to get rid of is when you’re preparing your home for the market. You’ll want it to look great, and that may mean replacing stained carpet or dated fixtures. As you’re packing up your possessions, you may also come to realize that some of your furniture doesn’t look that great. You might decide that you need some new items to go in your new home, so the old things need to go. Everyone ends up with some trash as they move out, so even if you don’t need a dumpster, you may still need our junk hauling services.


The home you’re preparing to sell may not necessarily be your own, either. If you’ve inherited a home, or if your parents have had to move into an assisted living facility, you may need to get their house ready for the market. You may find that there’s a lot of stuff that needs to go, especially if your parents lived in that house for decades. If no one wants their furniture, you may end up getting rid of it. In fact, if that furniture is in good condition, you want to call Junk King instead of one of our competitors for one very specific reason.

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We Donate and Recycle


Unlike some junk hauling services and dumpster rental companies, Junk King is dedicated to reducing our environmental footprint. To that end, we keep as much as possible out of the landfill. The first thing we do when we pick up one of our rented dumpsters in Houston North is take it to our warehouse and empty it out. If we find any furniture, appliances, or other items that are still in good condition, we donate them. We work with a number of organizations in North Houston to ensure that these items get into the hands of those who are in need.


If we can’t donate it, we will try to recycle it. We send anything obviously recyclable to a recycling center, but we will also take apart furniture and other items to get to the metal, wood, and other materials. While we may not be able to donate or recycle everything, we will do our best to keep as much as possible out of the landfill.


Contact Junk King North Houston Today to Rent Your Dumpster


Whether you’re renovating your kitchen, redoing your backyard, cleaning out the basement, or preparing to put your house on the market, Junk King of North Houston is here to help. Once you’ve decided renting a dumpster is the right solution for your project, just give us a call at 1-888-888-JUNK, text us at 1-737-888-5865, or go online to schedule your dumpster delivery. You can also book our junk hauling services via phone, text, or online as well.

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How Houston Junk Removal Can Help You Get Your Life Back

Has junk taken over your life? If it has, you need to take back your life. You shouldn’t be inconvenienced by junk. Unfortunately, many people are. They have an old refrigerator, sagging couch, or other items that they want to get rid of but never quite get around to actually tossing them. Sometimes this is a matter of timing—city bulk trash services only come around once a month or so. If you don’t remember to put your old furniture and other large items out the day before, you’ll have to store them somewhere for another month.


If you plan on hauling the items to the city landfill yourself, time is an issue. You have to load the items up in a truck and drive them to the landfill, and if you’re really busy, finding time to do that can be difficult. You’ve got to arrange that trip during the landfill’s hours of operation, too, which only makes it more difficult. 


There’s another solution: call Junk King of North Houston. Our team will get rid of all that junk quickly, and you don’t even have to get it out of your house. If you’ve got junk you haven’t been able to get rid of for months, give us a call. It’s time to get your life back.

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Junk Takes Up Valuable Space


One of the biggest reasons to get rid of junk is because it takes up a lot of space. How much of your garage is dedicated to storing stuff you’ll never use again? What about your basement or attic? Maybe you’ve even shoved an old chair into your guest room or other space just to put it somewhere out of the way. Once it’s there, it’s often out of sight, out of mind. When you do remember that you need to arrange to get rid of it, you may not be in a position to actually take care of that task right away. This can go on for months or even years. If it’s something you’ve put in the corner of the basement, you may not even see it again until you move.


No matter where the item is, it’s taking up space that you could use for something else. If you can’t park a car in your garage because of all the stuff you have in there, take a good look at what you’re actually storing. How much of it is useful? If the answer is not much, then you have to ask yourself why you’re keeping it and what you could use that space for. 


By getting rid of the junk you’re storing and organizing what’s left, you may have space to park your car in the garage. You might be able to move some things out of your house, freeing up more room in a closet or guest room. Having space tied up by junk can have more of an impact on your home than you might think, especially once you stop and add up just how much room you’ve lost to things you don’t ever plan on using again.


Get Rid of Safety Hazards


Old appliances and furniture can do more than just take up space—they can also be a safety hazard. Children, pets, and other animals can get trapped inside of old refrigerators or dryers if the doors aren’t removed or taped shut. Even then, these appliances can be dangerous because they look like great places to play. 


Old furniture and other items may have sharp places on them that people could get cut on. Wooden furniture that has a broken section could cause someone to get a splinter under their skin, too. Depending on where and how you’ve placed the junk, it’s possible it could tip over and fall on someone. If you have to store old items before they can be hauled away, always think about safety concerns and do your best to ensure that your kids, pets, animals, and even other adults can’t easily get hurt.


Another hazard old furniture presents is that it makes a great home for pests and rodents. If you put an old chair in the garage, it could become home for mice or rats. Insects may also enjoy living under furniture where it’s dark and safe. 

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Junk Can Ruin Your Vision for Your Home


When we think about junk, we often think about furniture, appliances, and other items. However, Junk King Houston North also deals with structures that need to be removed. This type of junk, including old sheds, playhouses, decks, and patios, can affect your overall vision of your home. You may be very tired of looking out the window at what should be a serene, gorgeous backyard. Instead, all you see is the deck off your back door that’s slowly falling apart. 


We take DIY construction debris and even yard trash, so you can take down all those old structures and give us a call to haul them away. Like with storing old appliances and furniture, these old structures can present a safety hazard. You don’t want anyone getting hurt, and with something like an old deck, it’s very possible. They could lean on the railing and fall when it breaks or even step on a rotting board and fall through. Animals may also make their homes in old sheds and playhouses or go under the deck. These animals could hurt your own pets or kids if startled. 


Aesthetics also play a part here. You don’t want to see rotting and ugly wood when you look out your windows. If you’ve carefully curated your flowerbeds, trimmed your trees, and made your yard look amazing, you don’t want it ruined by an ugly building. If you have any structure that is unsafe, you need to take it down right away.


We Haul Off More than Just Junk


What do you do if you have some old furniture or an appliance that is still in good condition or works but you don’t need? Maybe you’ve replaced it with something nicer or have decided that there’s just no place for that old sleeper sofa or recliner? It’s not junk, but it has no place in your home. 


There are some charities and other organizations you can call that will come pick up these items. Often, though, they are limited in what they can take. They may not have any space for additional furniture or simply not need what you have. In some cases, they may not have a vehicle large enough to pick up the items you’re offering. Some may also take weeks or even months to schedule the pickup. 


Junk King may focus on hauling away junk, but that doesn’t mean we take it all to the landfill. We actually sort through everything we take and donate what we can. If you have items that are still in good condition, we’ll take them. You can let us know that you think they could be donated, but you don’t have to. We’ll check through everything once we get it back to our warehouse. We work with multiple organizations, too, so even if one doesn’t need anymore kitchen tables or sofas, another might.


In addition to donating usable items, we will also go through everything and pull out recyclable materials. We send these items off to local recycling centers. We’ll even take apart furniture and other items to recycle as many of the base materials as possible. Our donation and recycling services are included in every job we do at no extra cost to you.

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What Junk King Can Haul Away


Junk King can haul away just about everything. We cannot take anything that is classified as hazardous waste in order to protect our team members. While we often take furniture and appliances, we can also haul away mattresses, electronic wastes, and even old hot tubs. We remove these items from your home, so you don’t need to worry about getting them outside. Just leave all the heavy lifting to us.


We Provide Free, No-Obligation Quotes for Every Job


When you’re ready to reclaim your space and get that junk out of your home, all you have to do is reach out to Junk King for a free quote. All of our quotes are fully transparent, so you won’t be hit with any surprise charges or hidden fees at the end. The easiest way to get a quote is to call us at 1-888-888-JUNK. In most cases, we can provide you with a quote over the phone, but in some instances, we will need to schedule an in-person evaluation. You can also text us pictures of what you need hauled away to 1-737-888-5865 or use our online price estimation tool. You can book online, too.

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Tips for Making the Most of Your Dumpster Rental in Houston

Renting a dumpster can be one of the best ways of dealing with a lot of junk. Dumpsters give you tons of room for trash, making them ideal for cleaning out your home or doing a DIY renovation. Many people are tempted to simply order up a dumpster and start chucking stuff in it. However, this isn’t the most effective way of using a dumpster and, in some cases, may end up costing you more money. 


If you’ve rented a dumpster, you want to be sure you use it as efficiently and effectively as possible. Here are a few tips for making the most of your dumpster rental in Houston. 

Have a Plan

Before you even order your dumpster rental, you need to have a plan. When do you need the dumpster? How long will you need it? Where will it go? You need to have all of these questions answered because the rental company will need to know this information. You may need to arrange days off of work or line up other people’s schedules before you can determine when you actually need the dumpster delivered. You need to have the project’s schedule in place before you arrange to have a dumpster delivered. Otherwise, you may find that you have to extend your rental period or even send the dumpster back empty. 


Scheduling the Dumpster

Many people schedule the dumpster to arrive on the first day of their project. Sometimes that’s perfect, but other times, it may not be. How much will you use the dumpster on the first day? If you’re doing a DIY kitchen renovation, you may use it a lot since the first day is likely going to be demolition. However, if you’re sorting through a basement, attic, or even an entire house, you may find that you don’t add much to the dumpster on day one. Instead, it might be better to have some items ready to go when the dumpster arrives. Having delivery scheduled on the second day, then, might make more sense. 


Knowing when you want the dumpster delivered will also help you plan out how long you’ll need it. While you can typically add on extra days if you need to, it’s always best to avoid that when possible so you can stick to your planned budget. 

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Determining its Location

Where will you have the dumpster placed? Many people put it in their driveway simply because putting it on the street can cause some issues with the city. You also don’t want to put it on the yard because it will leave indentions and can kill the grass. However, you do want to be sure it’s positioned on the driveway in such a way that you can still access your garage and park your car alongside the dumpster. 


This is one of the reasons why Junk King offers the MINI, a small dumpster that holds up to twelve cubic yards. That’s a lot of space, but the dumpster is also compact enough to fit in a driveway without taking up too much space. If your drive is wide enough, we may be able to put the dumpster off to the side and still leave you plenty of space to get your car into the garage.


Preparing for the Dumpster’s Arrival


Before the dumpster arrives, you’ll want to make certain the area where it’s to be placed is clear. You also need to be sure the truck has enough space to offload the dumpster. If you live on a fairly narrow street and your neighbors across from you typically park cars on the street or have cars at the end of their drive, you might need to talk to them. They may need to move their cars so the truck can pull into their drive before backing up to yours. On narrow streets, if there are cars on either side, it can be a very tight fit for large trucks. 


If you’re going to have the dumpster delivered on the second day of your project, you’ll need a space to set junk aside for the dumpster. This may be in your garage or even on your back porch. Remember if you put anything on your driveway, it may need to be moved so the dumpster can be delivered. Also keep in mind that your neighbors may not like seeing a lot of junk out on your yard. They could report you to the city, so be sure you know what the laws are. In most places, as long as items aren’t visible from the street, you can’t be fined. 


If you plan on parking your car in the garage, make sure the dumpster is placed so that you can drive in without hitting anything you have stored in the garage. If you have shelving, a workbench, or items stored on one side of the garage, you may want the dumpster placed on that side. Otherwise, you may have to move things in the garage to get your car in.


Break the Project Down into Small Pieces


What are you planning to do that you need a dumpster? You likely have a general idea, but if you break everything down into small steps, you’ll be able to get to work and continue working efficiently without too many breaks to figure out what to do next. If you’re remodeling your kitchen, for example, you should plan out what you’ll do on day one, day two, etc. Day one may be demolition, while day two is to put in new drywall and flooring. 


If you’re cleaning out some or all of a house, know what room you’re starting with. Have an idea of what you want to move out first. For example, if you have a few large pieces of furniture that you know you won’t keep, plan on getting those out first if you can. By putting them in the dumpster, you’ll clear up space inside to work. You’ll also load the dumpster the right way—large, heavy items should always go on the bottom. 

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Know How to Load a Dumpster


Speaking of putting large items on the bottom, it helps to learn how to load a dumpster before you start. You always want to put heavy items on the bottom in layers. The goal is to balance the weight so the dumpster won’t shift unexpectedly when it’s being lifted onto the truck. If you don’t have enough heavy items to make a layer, put them all in the center of the dumpster. Don’t overfill the dumpster, either. Nothing should stick up over the sides. 


Another tip is to leave as few empty pockets as possible. Try to fill every space with bags of trash or some small items. Empty spaces allow things to shift during pickup, which again can knock the dumpster off-balance. With Junk King dumpsters, filling every space can also actually save you money. That’s because your final cost depends on how much of the dumpster you’ve used. If you can keep it down to about half, you’ll save money.

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Understand What You Can Put in a Dumpster


Do you know what you can put in the dumpster and what you can’t? Some dumpster rental companies have very strict rules about what you can put in their dumpsters, and they will charge you if you put any of these forbidden items in. Here at Junk King, our only rule is that we cannot take anything that is hazardous. We do take appliances, furniture, electronics, yard waste, construction DIY, and other trash. If you have any questions about what may or may not be considered hazardous, all you have to do is call and ask. If it can’t go in our dumpster, we may know where you can take it. Anything you can put in a Junk King dumpster can also be hauled off by our junk hauling crews.


Why Rent a Dumpster from Junk King?


There are many dumpster rental companies out there, so what makes Junk King North Houston the right option for you? Besides the fact that we take just about everything, there’s also our unique pricing structure. As mentioned earlier, we charge by how much of the dumpster you use. If you end up not needing it for much, you’ll pay the base rental price. If you fill it halfway up, you’ll pay a little more, but you’ll only pay the maximum if you fill the entire dumpster. All of our dumpster quotes include all applicable fees and other charges. We are fully committed to transparent, upfront pricing on all of our services.


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Once you have a plan in place, it’s time to schedule your dumpster rental. Doing so is easy—all you have to do is give Junk King Houston North a call at 1-888-888-JUNK. We will schedule your delivery and pickup date. Remember, if you decide you may need the dumpster for an extra day, we can add on to your rental for a small per-day fee. We can also pick up the dumpster early if you wrap up your project sooner than expected. 

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Turn to Junk King North Houston when Your Construction Company has Junk!

As an owner of a construction company, you know building is only a part of your job. The opposite—demolition—is also often a major task you have to undertake. Even if you aren’t demolishing old buildings to make way for new ones, you also generate a good amount of rubbish during any project. You have to do something with this trash. One great way is to work with a junk hauling and dumpster rental company like Junk King North Houston. We can help you get rid of any garbage you have on-site, allowing your team to focus on the project instead of the trash.

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Construction Sites and Garbage

What junk will you have to deal with as a construction company owner? There’s a good amount of different types of debris. The first type comes with preparing the land for building upon. If there’s an existing structure that you’re getting rid of, the demolition part of the process is going to generate a large amount of debris. You’ll need to have all of this junk removed before you can do anything. Often, that means using large machinery to knock the building down, then placing it in dumpsters or on large trucks. Even if you’re just demolishing a small shed or other building, you’re still going to have some debris to remove.

Even if you start with untouched land, there’s still going to be some debris. You may have to remove trees or get rid of out-of-control landscaping. The land may not be level enough to build on, either, so some dirt may need to be removed. All of that must be removed from the site before you can bring in all of your equipment and begin the build.

Once you start construction, there’s still more debris that has to be hauled away. You’ll be cutting wood, metal, and other materials to fit the blueprints, leaving behind small pieces that can’t be used for anything else. This trash has to go somewhere. It may not seem like much when you only have a few inches of leftover wood, but these small remnants add up over time. You may also have packaging and other materials used to transport your supplies that will need to be thrown away. If you let any of this garbage pile up, it can quickly get out of hand.

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Dumpster or Junk Hauling?

This leads to the question: do you need to rent a dumpster for your next construction job or should you use a junk hauling service? It depends, and in some cases, you may want to use both. You may want to make use of junk hauling after you tear down any existing structures. You need that junk to get cleared out of the space quickly, so you may not have time to wait for dumpster pickup. There may also be so much debris that a single dumpster won’t be enough. Having a few trucks that can haul off all the debris at once can be helpful.

However, once that’s done, you’ll definitely want to have a dumpster on site for the amount of trash you generate on a daily basis. All that packaging and leftover material has to go somewhere. Garbage cans aren’t going to be enough. You’ll need to have a good-sized dumpster to hold all of it. You’ll probably need to have that dumpster emptied regularly, too. If you use junk hauling for this, you’ll still have to have some place to put all the trash. Why not simply have a dumpster to throw it all in? This will keep the trash contained and make it much easier to haul it away.

If you don’t have much to clear away from the site before work can commence, you may simply need to have a dumpster brought in. During the project, if you notice that your dumpster is filling up often or that you suddenly have too much trash for it to hold, you may need to have Junk King bring in a large truck and empty your dumpster. We can then change your dumpster pickup schedule so that it is emptied more often.


Why It’s Important to Remove Debris from the Work Site

Why should you be so concerned about the amount of trash that accumulates at your work site? Why not wait until the end to get rid of it all? There are a few different reasons. Many construction sites generate a lot of debris. If you’re working on a large project, you’re going to have a lot of materials coming in and out. You’ll have packaging to deal with along with the small ends and other remainders of materials to throw away. You may have to do additional leveling in some areas, so you may have some additional grass and landscaping to remove. If something is done wrong and the material can’t be reused, you’ll have those materials to throw away, too.

All of this trash adds up. When it does, it can take up vital room that you need for parking, storage, or working. Your team’s workspace may continue to get smaller and smaller as the trash adds up. It can become harder and harder to find space to get work done.

This also opens up a number of safety concerns. A lack of space can lead to accidents, especially if your crew doesn’t have the space to move around safely. Trash all over can result in trips, too. Someone could easily fall over small pieces of debris since they make the walkway uneven. It’s even possible someone could cut themselves on the sharp corners of leftover material. Putting it all in a dumpster gets it out of the way and keeps all the trash contained to one area. It’s much safer than piling it up somewhere.

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What Junk King Offers

Junk King North Houston offers both junk hauling and dumpster rental for residents and businesses in the area. We can come haul off any debris you have, plus our dumpsters are designed to fit in small areas while still providing a good amount of space. We will work with you to determine the right option for you and your budget as well as your schedule.

Unlike some junk hauling or dumpster rental companies, Junk King hauls away a large amount of stuff. We can take just about anything as long as it isn’t hazardous waste. If you’re demolishing a structure that still contains furniture or appliances, we can take those out for you. We also handle electronic waste, yard waste, construction waste, and much more. We can even dispose of paint as long as it’s mixed with a solidifying agent such as sawdust or cat litter.


We Recycle and Donate What We Can

Unlike some companies, we don’t simply haul everything straight to the landfill. Instead, we go through the truck or dumpster and sort it into three piles. If anything can be donated, such as furniture that’s still in good condition or an appliance that still works, we will pass it along to one of our North Houston partner agencies. These organizations see to it that the items get to those in need. While this may not be something that happens too often with construction, we will make sure anything you do have that can be used is donated.

It’s much more likely that you will have leftover materials that can be recycled. Wood, metal, and other types of materials that are untreated, which is typically the case with scraps left over from construction, can be recycled. We work closely with different recycling companies to take these scraps or old materials and recycle them. Our goal is to limit what goes to the landfill, and by donating and recycling, we have greatly cut down our impact on the environment.

That’s not to say that we don’t still take things to the dump. Unfortunately, there are a number of items and materials that still cannot be recycled or reused. In some cases, we do still have to use a landfill. However, what ends up there from one of our trucks or dumpsters is only a fraction of what we pick up.

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Our Pricing Structure

We charge by how much space your trash uses in our dumpster. This means when you have a full dumpster, you’ll pay the maximum price. However, if you have a period where you don’t create that much trash, you’ll pay less. This means that towards the end of the project when most of the major construction is done, you won’t be charged as much. This helps keep your costs down. All of our rental fees are fully transparent, so you’ll know exactly what you’re paying for.

For our junk hauling service, we’ll give you a transparent, free estimate before we start. There’s no obligation to use our services even after you get a quote, so you can compare pricing with our competitors if you like. In the end, though, we truly believe you’ll find that Junk King North Houston offers the most comprehensive services at the best prices.

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5 Signs Your Old Mattress is Making You Sick

Do you often wake up feeling sore and unrested? Have you noticed that your allergies or asthma has gotten a lot worse in recent months or years? If so, it’s possible your mattress is to blame. An old mattress can have a major impact on your overall health. If you haven’t bought a new mattress in recent years, it may be time to consider doing so if you’ve noticed that your sleep is affected. Here are some of the signs that your old mattress has gone from being a little uncomfortable to actually making you sick.

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You Wake Up Feeling Stiff and Sore

One of the most obvious signs that your mattress is old and is now affecting your physical health is how you feel in the morning. If you wake up feeling very stiff and sore, your mattress isn’t providing you the support you need. The foam may have sunk or developed some lumpy spots. Springs may have shifted and may stick up a bit too far, poking you in the side. If you always have the same stiff or sore spots in the morning, it’s likely your mattress is to blame.

Another sign that you need to look for mattress replacement in North Houston is that you can’t get comfortable to fall asleep at night. You may toss and turn, trying to find a position that doesn’t put too much pressure on your joints. If you find yourself waking up in the night due to discomfort, look for mattress disposal sooner rather than later. You definitely need a new mattress.

What will these aches and pains do long-term? They can make it easier for you to injure yourself. You may start relying more and more on over-the-counter pain relievers, too. While using these medications every now and then is fine, if you’re using them daily, they could impact your health. Being sore also affects your mood. You might become more agitated and snap at people more often, especially in the morning.


You Don’t Feel Rested in the Morning

Even if you don’t feel stiff and sore in the morning, your mattress may still be making you sick if you’re not getting a good night’s sleep. A lack of sleep can affect your body in a number of ways. It can make specific chronic illnesses, including heart disease and diabetes, worse. Your body repairs itself during sleep, and if you’re constantly waking up, that process is interrupted. If these interruptions continue every night, it can also be hard to fight off illnesses or recover from wounds.

Going without sleep can affect you mentally and emotionally, too. When your brain doesn’t get the rest it needs, you’ll find thinking and concentrating can be much more difficult. Your brain may feel fuzzy, and even listening and comprehending what someone is saying can be hard. You are much more likely to make mistakes or forget things when you’re sleep-deprived, too. Your reaction time will also be affected. You may not be able to move fast enough to prevent an accident. If you’re driving, you may not see an oncoming car or react fast enough to avoid getting into a wreck.

Emotionally, a lack of sleep can affect your temper. You may find that you’re agitated and get upset much more easily when you haven’t had much sleep. This can cause friction in your relationships, especially if you find yourself getting angry. Going days or weeks without a good night’s rest, however, can make things that normally wouldn’t bother you at all set off an overly emotional reaction.

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Your Allergies or Asthma Are Getting Worse

Your bed isn’t always to blame for an increase in allergies or asthma, but it can be. Mattresses, over time, collect all kinds of dirt and debris. Even if you have a mattress protector under your sheet, there are still things that will get into the mattress. Dust, dust mites, pet dander, and even mold will start building up in the mattress over the years. Whenever you sleep in the bed, you’ll be breathing some of this stuff in. It will certainly affect your breathing, especially if you already have some breathing issues. It can make allergies worse as well as trigger your asthma.

If you’ve tried vacuuming, airing out the space, and an air purifier but still find that your allergies are pretty bad when you sleep at home, it could be your mattress. Think about when you bought your mattress. If it’s been five years or more, it could be the issue or at least contributing to your breathing difficulties. Remember, just because the general rule is to replace a mattress every eight years doesn’t mean that every mattress will last that long. When you suspect your mattress is causing you health problems, it’s time to search for mattress removal in North Houston.


You Find Signs of Bed Bugs

No one wants bed bugs. These little pests will come out at night and literally suck your blood, leaving you with itchy spots all over. Taking care of a bed bug infestation is not easy. While it may seem like a good spray takes care of them, you may find that they are back within a few weeks. That’s because bed bugs are so small they can hide inside the covers of electrical outlets and behind loose trim.

Even if you have the home tented and sprayed, it may be too late for your mattress. While there are some options for cleaning mattresses, unless it’s brand new, you may be better off replacing it. Use this as an opportunity to get a brand new mattress, though do be certain the infestation has been eradicated first so you don’t get the pests in your new mattress.

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Today, many mattresses are designed to comply with specific non-toxic regulations or with organic standards. However, not all mattresses do so, and some older mattresses definitely don’t meet these standards. They may contain chemicals such as polyurethane, formaldehyde, and more that can actually cause skin reactions and irritate your lungs and throat. If you check your mattress tag and it lists any of these chemicals, it may be time to replace it with an organic mattress or one that meets Oeko-Tex Standard 100, a regulation that limits the amount of specific chemicals in products.


How Do You Get Rid of Mattresses?

When it comes to getting rid of a mattress, the size and bulk can be an issue. Many organizations that take donations will not accept mattresses, so it may seem like the dump is the only option. Waiting for bulk trash pickup may mean storing the mattress for weeks, and that can be a pain. Taking it to the landfill yourself can also be difficult if you don’t have a truck or other vehicle capable of hauling the mattress.

The best option for disposing of an old mattress in North Houston is to call Junk King. We will haul away old mattresses plus old furniture, appliances, televisions, hot tubs, yard waste, home construction debris, and much, much more. You don’t need to haul the mattress down to the curb or even take it out of your bedroom, either. Just strip the sheets of it and we’ll do the rest. We will take it out carefully, too, so nothing is damaged and no one is injured.

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How Much Does Mattress Removal in North Houston Cost?

Getting rid of a mattress can be costly. The last thing you want is to have your old mattress loaded up only to be hit with an expensive bill containing multiple surprise fees. With Junk King, that’s never the case. All of our estimates are fully transparent and include all fees and other costs. We will provide you with a free, no-obligation estimate upfront, too, so you will know the full price before anything is removed from your home.

To get an estimate, all you have to do is give us a call at 1-888-888-JUNK. One of our team members will ask you about what you need hauled away. If it’s just a single mattress, we can give you a quote over the phone. If you have multiple items or even entire houses full of stuff to get rid of, we may need to see it in person. If that’s the case, we’ll schedule an in-person quote. Often, we bring one of our large trucks to these meetings so if you agree to the quote, we get started right away.

In addition to a phone or in-person quote, we also provide estimates via text. Just send us pictures of what you need us to haul away to 1-737-888-5865. We also have an online pricing tool that can help you get an idea of how much to budget for junk hauling services. It’s not always as accurate as a quote calculated by a person, however, so do keep that in mind when using it.


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How to Make the Most of Your North Houston Dumpster Rental

When you have a small about of junk, hiring a junk removal service is the right move. However, if you have a lot of stuff or are doing a project that will create more trash as you go, having a dumpster may be a better option. When you do look into dumpster rental, however, you want to make certain you’re getting the best value. While the base price is one of the factors to consider, you also want to look at how you can make the most of your dumpster so you don’t have to keep it longer than necessary. Here are a few tips to help you efficiently utilize your dumpster so you get everything cleared out but don’t pay more than you have to.

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Know if You Really Need a Dumpster

When you search for “junk removal near me,” you’ll likely see many results for junk hauling services as well as dumpster rental. Which one is right for you? It really depends on your project. If you rent a dumpster and then realize you don’t need it, you may have wasted money. The main thing to think about is whether or not you need a place to put junk during your project. If you’re sorting through a garage, basement, attic, or entire house, you’ll likely be putting things into piles to keep or trash. Having a dumpster you can take all the trash items to immediately helps free up space, making it easier to sort through the rest of the items.

For a project such as remodeling your kitchen, renovating a bathroom, or removing an old shed or deck, you’ll need some place to put the old items you’re removing. A dumpster is a great place for this. If you pile up the old wood, cabinets, or flooring, it can present a safety issue. Someone could trip over the debris. It’s also possible someone could get hurt on the nails, screws, and other fasteners sticking out of the trash. Keeping this garbage contained in a dumpster is safer.

If you have a few pieces of furniture or know that you’ll be able to get everything together in one pile, calling a service that handles junk removal in North Houston could be your better option. The only downside is that you may have to wait a day or two before the items can be picked up. If you’ve got a large pile of debris, it can be a risk to others, especially pets and children.

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Have a Plan for Your Houston Dumpster Rental

Before you even look into Houston dumpster rental, you want to have an idea of your project and the trash it’s likely to create. If you’re cleaning out your basement, how much do you anticipate will be trash? If you’re doing a home remodel, when will you have debris to take out? It can be hard to have a set schedule, but you should have a good idea of when you’ll need the dumpster and when you’ll be finished with it.

With a plan, you’ll know when you’re ready to rent the dumpster. You’ll know when it should be delivered and when it should be picked up. This way, you’re not spending money on a dumpster that’s just sitting in your driveway empty.

Another reason having a plan will help is that you can arrange the rest of your schedule. You can put in for the right days off, arrange for your pets to be boarded or for childcare, and schedule other things that may take you away from the project. By making your remodel, cleanout, or other task the focus for a few days, you’ll get everything wrapped up quickly.


Arrange for Help with the Project

The amount of help, if any, will depend on what type of project you’re doing. If you’re doing a DIY remodel, having a few people on hand to help you with demo will make it go very quickly. You’ll have everything torn up and out to the dumpster within a day or two. If you’re cleaning out the basement or a loved one’s home, you may also want to have some help. You may need someone to assist you with moving heavy items out to the dumpster as you sort through them. If you’re dealing with the home of a loved one who has recently passed, having someone there for emotional support can also be very helpful.

If you’re having a contractor handle some or all of your remodel, they may arrange your residential dumpster rental for you. If they don’t, be sure you know when they will begin your project and when they will want the dumpster to be ready for use. If there’s any change in their schedule, you’ll want to know as soon as possible so you can reschedule the dumpster drop-off.

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Pack Your Dumpster Correctly

When some people fill a dumpster, they simply start throwing stuff in it. However, this often leads to empty spaces, which means the dumpster fills up more quickly. You may call to have it picked up and emptied when, if it had been packed differently, you could have put a lot more in it.

The key to getting the most out of your dumpster rental in Houston is to put the largest stuff on the bottom. Put your furniture, large rolls of carpet, big sections of removed tile, and other items in first. Try your best to spread the weight out, and be sure to fill in small spaces with whatever little trash you have. It can be difficult to do if you’re pulling stuff out and sorting through it as you go. Furniture may have a lot of stuff on it you need to sort through first, but if possible, set that trash to one side until you can get to any furniture you plan on putting in the dumpster.

As you go, continue to try to fill in any gaps or other spaces. You may be able to squeeze some bags of trash between items, so do that whenever possible. Don’t worry about filling up every single inch of space, but do try to arrange things so that you’re not wasting a lot of the dumpster.

For Junk King, doing this can save you money. We charge by how much of the dumpster you fill up. If you have less than half of it full, you’ll pay less than if it was full to the top. Being careful with how you pack the dumpster, then, isn’t just about wasting space—it’s about saving money.

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Why Junk King?

When you’re looking for Houston dumpster rental, why should you choose Junk King? In addition to our unique pricing structure, there are several reasons why we’re one of the top names in junk removal. Here are some of the things that set us apart from the competition:


We Take Just About Everything

Some companies that handle junk removal in Houston North have a very limited number of things they will take. Some won’t dispose of old mattresses, while others may not take electronic waste or want any type of yard debris. Junk King, however, takes almost anything. The only thing we cannot dispose of is hazardous waste, and that’s due to the risk it presents to our employees. We will take old furniture, appliances, televisions, electronics, yard waste, trash, mattresses, construction debris, and even old hot tubs. Our junk removal dumpster policy is the same as our junk hauling policy: anything not hazardous is fine!


We Donate and Recycle

When you look into Houston dumpster rental options, you won’t find many that will donate or recycle items. However, Junk King is dedicated to sending as little to the landfill as possible. We will sort through everything that’s in your dumpster and take out items that are still useful, including furniture and appliances. We send these to local charity organizations that will pass them on to those who need them.

Once that’s done, we sort out any items that can be recycled. If you have something that has components that can be recycled, such as the metal in appliances, we will remove it for recycling. Few companies will go this far, but we truly believe that our environment must be protected.


We Offer Commercial Dumpster Rental, Too

If you need trash dumpster rental in Houston for your business, we can provide that, too. We charge the same as we do for residential dumpsters, so if you don’t fill up the entire thing, you won’t pay as much.

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Contact Junk King Today to Schedule Your Dumpster Rental

Whenever you’re ready to start your project, don’t search for “dumpster rental near me.” There will be a lot of results, and some of them will overcharge you or not take everything you have. Junk King’s junk removal dumpster rental is one of the most affordable options out there. Give us a call today at 1-888-888-JUNK for a free, no-obligation estimate. You can also text us information about your project to 1-737-888-5865 or book online.

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Resources to Know Before Moving to North Houston

Are you thinking about moving to Houston? There are a lot of reasons why you may want to call this city your new home. Before you make the move, though, there are some things you’ll want to learn about. By having these resources on hand, your move will be much easier. Read on to learn about how to make your move to Houston as stress-free as possible!

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Learn About the Community Before Moving to Houston

The first thing you should do is learn a little bit about the city. Houston has a varied and long history that makes it a very interesting place to live. For example, it’s home to both NASA and Beyonce. While those pieces of trivia may not impact your daily life, there are other facts that will. For example, the temperature in Houston is typically humid and warm. Even the winter months don’t get too cold. During the summer, you’ll want to be prepared with sunscreen and mosquito repellant.

Another fact about Houston is that it’s large. The city is sprawling, and public transportation hasn’t caught up yet. This means you’ll need a car to get around, especially if you’re living towards the edge of the city. You can also expect your commutes to be pretty long if you’re in the suburbs and work downtown.


Housing Prices Are Reasonable

While housing costs across the country have risen, Houston has remained affordable when compared to New York, LA, Chicago, Denver, and other comparable metro areas. The housing market here has continued to grow, which means there are a good number of new homes available. One of the first steps when moving to Houston is to secure housing, and you should be able to do that without too much trouble. In addition to purchasing a house, there are also a good number of houses for rent in Houston, Texas.


Line Up a Short-Term Rental if You Need to

If you’re moving to Houston from several states away, buying a house can be challenging. Fortunately, you will find a number of apartments in Houston TX that you can rent for short periods of time. While doing an online search may be the best place to start, if you’re moving for a job, be sure to ask your new employer if they have any connections. Many large corporations may even provide temporary housing for a few months until you can get settled. Others may provide a small moving stipend or other benefits. It never hurts to ask. Even if the company doesn’t provide any benefits on its own, it may be able to refer you to apartment complexes or other housing resources.


Get Your Utilities Lined Up

Whether you’re buying or renting, you’re likely going to have to have at least a few Houston County utilities turned on and put in your name. This includes electric, gas, water, garbage, internet, and any other utility you may need at your new home. For your water and garbage, you’ll want to contact the City of Houston. For electricity, your provider will likely be TXU Energy, a company that serves around seven million residents and businesses in the Houston area. If you will have natural gas at your home, you will likely need to contact CenterPoint Energy. There are a number of home phone, internet, and cable television providers in the city, so you’ll have your choice of most of the major names in those industries.


Look into Other Services You May Need

You may need other services in Houston, especially during your move. For example, if you plan to do any remodeling to a house before moving in, you may need to look into junk removal services so you aren’t stuck with the debris. You may also want to find a handyman or a contractor to assist you in any small renovations or updates you want to do. Knowing where the closest hardware store in Houston is will be very helpful, too. You may need to find a flooring store, an electrician, or any number of contractors. The internet can be your friend, but you can also talk to your new coworkers or neighbors for recommendations.

There are a couple of things many people do right away when they move into a new home. First, they hire one of the many different cleaning services in Houston to deep clean the house. Even if it all looks very clean, it never hurts to have a professional do a deep clean and disinfect everything. This way, you know you’re starting off in a clean home. Second, if you’ve bought the house, you will likely want to change the locks. You never know who the previous owner may have given keys to, so it’s always best to switch them out. You can hire someone to do it, or you can also buy a set of new locks and install them yourself.

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Find New Healthcare Providers

Another thing you’ll need to do if you’re moving from out of state to Houston is to provide new healthcare providers, including a primary care physician and a dentist. Again, you can ask around for recommendations or look online. If you’re transferring to the Houston office of your current company, changing doctors will be easier since you’ll already have your insurance established. You’ll be able to see who is in-network in Houston and find someone taking new patients.

If you’re joining a new company, you may have to wait until all of the paperwork is done and your insurance has kicked in. This may leave you with several months of no coverage or doctor. Talk to your current doctor about renewing your prescriptions early or getting a three-month supply so you don’t have to worry about running out.


Go to the Local Post Office

Of course, you’ll want to be sure your mail gets delivered to you. In order to fully change your address, you may need to pay a visit to the local post office in Houston. You may need to contact your previous post office, too, to make certain your mail is forwarded. Depending on where you live, you may need to rent a post office box, too. Once you have your new address, you’ll need to begin changing it with any magazines, bills, and other services as well as sharing it with your friends and family.

Read Up on the Weather and Know What to Do

Another resource you want to have on hand, especially if you’ve always lived in the northern part of the country, is how to handle the tropical storms and hurricanes that occasionally hit Houston. Do you know where local shelters are or how to protect your home when one of these strong storms is predicted? You should also invest in a disaster preparedness kit. This isn’t to say that you need to be alarmed at every storm, but if you’ve never lived in an area that has hurricanes, it’s always best to understand what happens during one and what you should do to remain safe.


Clean Out Your Current Home

Whether you live out of state or near Houston and are moving to another part of the city, you may have a lot of junk to get rid of before you move. You’ll want to look into junk removal in Houston North if you live in the area. Even if you don’t, you may decide that some of the things you moved aren’t going to work in your new home. You may also have boxes and other packing materials that you need to get rid of. Junk removal services can help with that.

Instead of searching for “junk removal near me,” call Junk King of North Houston. We will come haul away furniture, old appliances, trash, yard debris, electronics, mattresses, and much more. If your new home came with a broken hot tub, we’ll even haul it away for you. As long as it doesn’t contain hazardous waste, we’ll get rid of it.

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We Donate and Recycle

Even though you may have moved furniture that you now realize doesn’t have a place in your new Houston home, it may not be garbage. Junk King is one of the few junk haulers that doesn’t simply take everything to the dump. Instead, we’ll carefully go through anything you have us pick up to separate out what can still be used and what can be recycled. If it’s in good shape, we’ll pass it on to a local charitable organization. They will see that it gets to someone who can use it.

If your furniture or other items aren’t in good condition, we will break them down and recycle whatever components can be reused. Our goal is to send as little to the landfill as possible. There are some items that simply cannot be reused or recycled, of course, but we do try to limit what we dump to just those items.

Whether you need junk removal in North Houston to get rid of things before you move or after you’ve completed some renovation projects on your new home, Junk King is here for you. Contact us today at 1-888-888-JUNK or text us at 1-737-888-5865.

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Junk King North Houston Backyard

Start Your Backyard Transformation with Junk King North Houston!

Looking to create your dream backyard oasis this summer? Junk King North Houston is here to help! Call us in to remove your old shed, those old pieces of lumber, yard waste, rusted patio furniture, or even your swing set! Once we have that junk out of the way, you will be free to create the backyard your family has always dreamed of! Book now and you could even save $20! If you want more ideas, read on to find out what suggestions we have!

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Is your backyard ready for the spring and summer? You may have it set up like you usually do, but have you always wanted to get more out of the space? If you haven’t transformed your backyard into your dream oasis, there’s no better time to start than now. There are so many different options for a backyard, and most of them don’t even take that much time or money. Here are a few ideas for transforming your backyard into a dream paradise and how Junk King of North Houston can help.


What Is Your Dream Backyard?

Before you can begin transforming the space, you need to know exactly what you want. Sometimes this isn’t easy, especially if you have a fairly small yard. One thing that some people get stuck on is that they see things such as patios, decks, and sheds as permanent parts of their yard. They aren’t. You can take down a deck or look into shed removal. While this may not always be something you want to do, you may want to consider it. For example, if you want to add a pool but don’t have space because of a large shed, removing the shed may be the right option for you. On the other hand, if you use that shed to store a lot of yard equipment and other things, taking it down may not be on the table. Still, it’s important to be open to your options.

Another thing to keep in mind is that you can do backyard renovations in stages. This isn’t necessarily something you can do with a kitchen or bathroom, but it is possible outside. You can change up your landscaping and take down a tree this spring, then build a deck in the fall or next year. If you’re on a limited budget, splitting your project into multiple stages may be the best option. The only downside here is that you may need to bring in a junk removal service several times.

Also, remember that you don’t need a professional to do everything. You can take out bushes, move flowerbeds, and even demolish your old deck by yourself. While you may need an expert to build a new deck or take down a tree, there are some things you can do by yourself if you have the equipment. When it comes to debris removal, though, you may need to call Junk King. You may not want to make multiple trips to the landfill or have the necessary vehicle to haul away all of the debris left behind from a large shed.

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Start with Removing What You Don’t Need

The first step to building your dream backyard is to remove the landscaping and structures that are in your way. Start with things that are falling apart. You may have a really old shed, a kid’s playhouse, or a treehouse that is no longer used and is showing its age. Often, these old structures are on the verge of falling down on their own, so you may just need to bring in an expert at junk removal in Houston North.

With a quick call to Junk King, you can have those old structures gone. While you may do a search for “shed removal near me,” you want to be certain the company you work with is vetted and will do the job without any hidden fees. With Junk King, you know exactly what you’ll get—excellent service at an affordable price.

Taking out flowerbeds and bushes is also fairly simple. However, when it comes to large trees, you may want to have a professional handle it. This is especially true if the tree hangs over into a neighbor’s yard or has large branches out over your roof. The last thing you want is for the tree to come down unexpectedly and damage someone’s property. Junk King can also take away any limbs and other yard waste, so we’ll deal with those bushes, branches, and other debris for you.

While wooden decks can be disassembled and paver paths and patios removed, concrete is another story. Again, it may be best to bring in someone with the right demo equipment and experience. If you’d rather do it yourself, you may be able to rent a jackhammer from a local home improvement store.

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What Do You Add to Your Backyard?

Now that you’ve cleared out the things you don’t need, it’s time to start adding in those items that will make your backyard perfect. There’s a lot you can do here, but you don’t want to get too carried away. You may want to leave some grassy areas, especially if you have children or dogs. They’ll need a place to play. Here are a few things you might add to your backyard:


A Patio

If you want to have an outdoor entertaining space and don’t have a patio, now’s the time to add one in. You may also want to expand the small patio you do have. Adding or expanding a concrete patio often requires hiring those who understand how to pour concrete. However, there is another option: pavers. You can purchase pavers at many home improvement stores. You’ll need to level the space, of course, but once you’ve done that, it’s really just a matter of laying the pavers out. You can pick different colors or sizes to make a fun pattern that reflects your unique style.


A Deck

A deck can be similar to a patio, of course, especially if you have a single-story home. However, if you have a two-story home, you have more options. You can add a deck off your upstairs bedroom to create a truly luxurious primary suite. Even if you don’t do that, you can still install a raised deck that’s attached to the side of your home and accessed via an outdoor stairway. This is a great way of adding more entertainment space to a very small yard. If you have a deck already, you can extend it. In some cases, you may need to look into deck removal and replacement, especially if the deck is on the older side.


Lighted Walkways

Adding a paver stone walkway or two helps connect your backyard visually, plus it creates a dry path for you to use after it rains. Pavers are very easy to use to create a path, plus you can coordinate them with your paver patio. After you decide where the pavers are going, you can place some outdoor solar lights near them to light up the path. While the lights may not always look right—you may not want to use them if your path goes through the middle of your backyard, for example—they are a great way of ensuring people don’t trip.


An Outdoor Kitchen

Now you’re moving into backyard transformations that cost more money! That said, an outdoor kitchen doesn’t have to be elaborate. If you already have a great grill, you may just need a few cabinets and an outdoor sink. If you really want to go all out, though, of course you can add a refrigerator, built-in cooktop, and more. It all depends on your budget and your dreams. An outdoor kitchen is the perfect addition for true indoor-outdoor living, though, especially if you plan on eating outdoors often.


A Pool

If you really want to spend some money and transform your backyard, put in a pool. This is going to be a major project, and you’ll have to hire contractors to do it. However, the end result can be an amazing space that you use all the time during the warmer months. If you’re putting in a pool, you’re likely going to need to work with junk removal to get rid of some of the things in your yard. You may need to remove a shed, take down a tree, or have a patio or deck taken out.


Junk King North Houston Will Help with All Your Junk Removal Needs

All of these projects are going to leave you with debris and other items that you need to get rid of. That’s where Junk King comes in. We provide junk removal in North Houston and the surrounding areas, and we’re dedicated to helping all of our customers quickly and professionally. Our prices are fully transparent, and you’ll never find any hidden fees or undisclosed costs.

When you’re in need of “junk removal near me,” you’re typically looking to get rid of something specific. While we can certainly help you deal with yard waste removal, old shed boards, and other outdoor debris, we can also help you with old furniture and appliances. We take everything except hazardous materials, so we’ll haul away your old electronics, mattresses, hot tubs, refrigerators, and anything else you want to get rid of.

The next time you need to deal with junk removal, we’re here for you. Call us at 1-888-888-JUNK or send us a text to 1-737-888-5865. You can also book online. We’ll provide you with a free, no-obligation quote for every job.

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Junk King Houston North
7117 Belgold Drive Suite B
Houston, TX 77066
Hours: M-Sa: 8A-4P

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North Houston
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