Have you ever found yourself giving the same gift to the same person two Christmases in a row? It might be easy to give a double bathrobe or double pair slippers especially if the person you have given it to hasn’t use that gift in the year. Every gift we give comes to replace caring. And just because someone got a double gift doesn’t make it any less special. It just means they now have a backup! This year you have an opportunity to present someone with a very special holiday gift. That would be a junk removal session with Junk King Orange County. This might not be a gift that someone has asked for but it will certainly be a gift someone could really benefit from.
How can Junk King help? Who do you know that has stuff in their home that they can’t get rid of? We’re not talking about some old magazines but instead the big stuff that can’t be crammed into a trash can. Things like broken kitchen appliances or furniture items that aren’t being used. What about old television sets or computers? Pretty much anything that someone has in storage in their home, that’s never going to be used again, could be turned over to Junk King.
Deciding on what Junk King can haul away is simple: anything can go that isn’t a hazardous material. That leaves plenty of room to toss out all types of unwanted rubbish throughout the home. None of this stuff has to be brought outside or wrapped up. The crew from Junk King will pick it up right from the spot. They’ll also be able to remove anything from the back or front yard that is creating an eyesore. Weight and size are never a problem with Junk King!
All the things that are collected by Junk King will go into three piles: trash, recycle or donate. Junk King’s goal is to fill up the recycle and donate piles so that they don’t have to take the trash to the landfill. Based on their consistently high diversion rate, they’re doing a very good job of this.
If you know someone who needs to get rid of junk, then make a junk removal session with Junk King Orange County a special holiday gift for them this year.