Monthly Archives: June 2014

Santa Ana Debris Removal

Fire season is upon us and it’s never too early to be proactive when it comes to protecting your property. The first thing you might want to consider is your foundation. If your siding touches the ground it could become an issue for floating embers. Those embers could spark that siding. That’s why you should have at least six-inch clearance between you siding and the ground. There is a reason for exposed concrete! Flying embers can also find their way into open vents or crawlspaces. You want to make sure the mesh coverings are in a good shape and have mesh screening designed to block embers. Finally, you want to make sure your yards are clear of debris. For that task, you can call on Junk King for fast and safe debris removal.

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Sometimes we put things in storage that we completely forget about. That’s common with attics and closets in spare rooms. However, you could also store some items under a porch or behind a garage that could end up being combustible. Things like lumber scraps, wood or construction waste could easily be ignited by those flying embers. That’s the kind of debris removal that Junk King excels at. When the two-man Junk King crew is put to the task, all that clutter can be pulled out and loaded up.

Fire hazards can also be found with dry brush. If you have growth that isn’t green around your property, you might want to consider pulling it out. The Junk King crews aren’t landscapers. However, they are haulers. They’ll be able to take away massive amounts of yard waste that has been pulled up or chopped down. You definitely don’t want to keep that stuff sitting around.

As long as Junk King is helping with debris removal in your yards, they can certainly perform the same task around the inside of your home. Any broken or unused item that you’ve been hanging onto can finally be tossed out thanks to Junk King. You just have to tell the crew what you want removed and they’ll handle the rest. Junk King will also be doing its part to keep the rest of Santa Ana a clean as possible. They’ll accomplish this by keeping the bulk of your junk out of local landfills and instead direct it towards recycling centers or charities. All it takes for total debris removal around your property is a call to Junk King.

Santa Ana Concrete Disposal And Recycling

Construction projects might cause the occasional traffic jam, but they also mean a boost for the local economy, jobs and opportunity. That’s just what you’ll find as the construction gets underway on a new $20 million instructional center at the Orange County School of the Arts. What started as a small after school program has blossomed into a facility that draws 2,000 students from all over California. The new 60,000 square-foot building will offer up 14 dance studios, seven science labs and practice space.

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“Our students deserve an enhanced campus environment that matches the commitment and passion they bring to OCSA,”┬áRalph Opacic, the school’s founder and executive director, said in a written statement.

That’s a very noble project indeed. Of course, you might have your own construction project targeted for the summer that is every bit as noble. Even something as simple as driveway or patio replacement is worth the effort in terms of providing increased value to your home. The beginning of every one of these types of projects starts with a little demolition. If you’re pouring a new driveway then you’ve got to tear up the old one. That’s going to leave you a lot to get rid of. When you need fast and efficient concrete disposal, you can depend on Junk King.

When you hire Junk King for junk hauling, there is no weight limit with what you’re throwing away. That is vital for a concrete disposal project. You won’t be able to toss out those chunks of cement in your weekly garbage pickup. One block could be more than your weight limit. With Junk King on the job, all that concrete will be loaded onto the Junk King truck in a single trip. Where will it end up? Not only will Junk King handle all aspects of removing that concrete from your property, they’ll also see to it that it gets recycled. No sense dumping concrete at a landfill when it can easily be ground up and repurposed. In fact, the cement you pour on your new driveway could have come from someone else’s driveway. Consider that the circle of cement!

You can finally clear out the garage and closets of all that clutter. That’s a great way to start the summer.