Monthly Archives: January 2014

Fallbrook Junk Removal

If there is one thing you can find in Fallbrook, it is fresh flowers. In a community of just around 30,000 residents, there are upwards of 60 wholesale and retail nurseries around town. The original cash crop in Fallbrook was olives. In fact, beloved Hollywood director Frank Capra grew olives on his Red Mountain Ranch. Over the years, avocados and flowers squeezed out the olive growing but the local folks don’t seem to mind. They know Fallbrook is a great place to live no matter what is growing in the groves. One of the ways that local homeowners and business operators keep Fallbrook clean is by partnering up with Junk King San Diego to handle all the junk removal chores.

Get your home junk free today!

Get your home junk free today!

Junk King San Diego is the local branch of a national chain of professional junk haulers. Like the other branches, Junk King San Diego follows the standards set by the parent company. It is those standards that make Junk King such a trusted name in the junk removal business. Looks like those standards are paying off because Junk King San Diego has quickly become the area’s leading junk hauling service.

Why should you hire professionals to take care of your junk removal? It could just come down to a matter of trust. All the Junk King crews are trained, licensed and insured. Every worker who takes one step onto your property should have those same levels of professionalism. Junk King San Diego also respects your time. They’re not going to waste it by tying up your entire day. You’ll get a two-hour window for the pickup time and will be called when the crew is just 15 minutes away. As soon as you agree to the price, the Junk King crew will start the work. That price will be based on how much room your junk will take up on the truck. It is a single fee that is locked down before a single item is lifted. If it turns out that your stuff takes up more room, you’re not going to be charged any extra.

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San Marcos Junk Removal

The City of San Marcos asks, “Are you good to your mother?” They are referring to “Mother Earth.” As they proclaim on their recycling site, “We only have one Mother Earth, so be good to her. She likes it when you recycle as much as possible because it reduces the amount of waste that goes into landfills. When you properly dispose of your trash, hazardous and universal waste, it keeps the community looking beautiful and liter-free.”

By now, your household recycling is a matter of routine. You know how to separate your plastics, papers, and bottles to make sure they get into the blue bin. What happens if you’ve got some things that are too big for the blue bin? To recycle the big stuff, you need to call Junk King of San Diego.

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