Has the clutter around your home reached the “hoarder level?” That doesn’t mean that you have rubbish power high throughout the entire house. However, you could have a “rubbish zone” out in the garage or down the basement that has gotten out of control. It is easy for family to accumulate a lot of stuff over the years. Most anything that comes into a whole is usable. But over time, those objects can either wear out, break down or simply be replaced. If they are not tossed out into the trash, then they go into that storage area. Before you know it, those areas begin to look like you are living in a hoarder house. That is not something you have to contend with as long as Junk King Philadelphia is standing by to provide reliable rubbish removal help.
Make the Call
The first call that you have to make with regard to cleaning up the rubbish from your home is to decide exactly what can go and what can stay. Depending upon the amount of clutter that you need to sift through, you might have to devote a few hours to sorting. You could also have a situation where you have been storing up items outside the house such as lumber and other construction material that you don’t need to sort. You just have to make the call to decide that it can all go away.
Once those decisions have been made, you will make a second call to Junk King to set up your appointment. You will be asked the date and two-hour window that works best for your schedule. You will also be asked to provide a general idea of exactly what you would like removed. On the bigger cleanup jobs, Junk King will often dispatch additional work crews to help make it all go away in a single session. Thankfully, you will not be charged any extra for those additional crews. You will always be charged a flat rate that is based on how much room your stuff takes up on the back of the truck. It all comes down to volume with Junk King.
The best approach for clearing out any hoarder level amount of rubbish is to turn it all over to Junk King Philadelphia. Make your removal appointment today.