Are you done with the junk in your home? You might have been reminded about all the useless clutter you’re hanging onto over the past holidays. When it was time to bring down the Christmas decorations, did you have to fight your way past boxes of rubbish? Maybe you’ve been holding onto old TVs and computers because you know they need to be recycled. Then there are those pieces of furniture you put down in the basement because nobody wants to sit on them. Those are the kinds of things that can become a real brother around the house. Thankfully, there is an easy way to get rid of all that stuff. One call to Junk King gets it done.
Although the temperatures are dipping down outside, Junk King is still on the job. When you set up your junk removal appointment, you’ll be asked about how much stuff you want to get rid of. This doesn’t have to be the final amount. Most folks start out with a few items but once they realize the crew will be doing all the moving, that list grows. Junk King just wants to make sure you’ll have enough movers. It’s a big difference between “I’m getting rid of a sofa” and “I need to take care of a hoarder clean out.” In either case, you’ll be sure to have the right amount of movers and truck space to get the job done.
As your stuff is loaded onto the truck, it will be carefully looked over by the Junk King team. They want to pull out any item that could benefit a charity. This is where your old clothes and other household good might end up. Most other things that are beyond usefulness could end up at a recycling center. Nothing goes to waste with Junk King on the job.
You’ll be pleased to find out that Junk King’s pricing policies are very affordable. You’ll never be charged by the pound with Junk King. Instead, you’ll be charged based on how much space your junk will fill up on the back of the truck. Whether that turns out to be one half, one third or the whole truck, it is still a very cost effective way of getting rid of this stuff. Get your clutter cleared the right way with Junk King. Make that call today!