A lot of homes and businesses around Gotha were hard hit in the wake of Hurricane Irma. It has taken months to get things back to normal. In some cases, the cleanup effort continues. Once folks took care of their own property, they began to reach out to help neighbors and businesses. That’s what happened at the Nehrling Gardens. They sustained extensive damage during Hurricane Irma. According to supervisors of the garden, they “lost four major oak trees, one huge magnolia tree, several historic palms and up to a dozen other important trees. Half of the bamboo trees snapped off, and many of the new plantings were crushed by falling limbs.” Surprisingly the original home built in the 1880s withstood the storm with minimal damage. The call went out for help and Gotha residents responded.
Volunteer crews descended on the Nehrling Gardens for a special cleanup and replanting session. Their efforts help rejuvenate the property and bring it back to its original luster.
How big was your cleanup effort? Do you still have rubbish in the yard that needs to be hauled away? That’s a perfect job for Junk King Orlando. The Irma cleanup certainly kept the Junk King crews busy. The primary goal was to get rid of all the water-soaked items before mold started to grow. Then there were all the fallen palm fronds and other debris that got scattered in yard all across Gotha and the rest of Orlando. It was a massive cleanup effort on everyone’s part.
You can put Junk King Orlando to work this weekend for any remaining debris removal you might need tended to. Of course, you can always call on Junk King for any type of general junk hauling. They’ll send over a pair of movers who will be doing all the hard work for you. That means there won’t be any limit with regard to size or weight on all the things you want to get rid of. The Junk King crews also move very fast. You can get your entire property clear of unwanted rubbish in less time than it takes to enjoy a breakfast burrito. For dependable junk hauling in Gotha, Junk King Orlando is the only call to make.