Spring cleaning is the most popular time of year to tackle your closets. Just because you went through your closets last year, doesn’t meant they didn’t get filled up again with all kinds of clutter. You know this every time you go in there to look for something. It becomes a struggle to push through the clothes you don’t wear and all the boxes of stuff you don’t use. Is there are good reason for holding onto those things? Maybe a dress or shirt will come back in style but for everything else, it’s time to let it go. Of course, you don’t have to wait for the official first day of spring to clean your closets. And you don’t have to do it alone. Junk King is the perfect spring cleaning partner.
When it comes to sorting through all the stuff in your closets, only you can make the final decisions as to what can stay and what needs to go. All you have to do with that “to go” stuff is pile it up right on the spot. Don’t worry about bringing it downstairs or taking it down to the curb. Having Junk King on the job means they’ll remove all your stuff right from the spot even if that means making several trips up and down the stairs.
That two-man moving crew provided by Junk King can also help you make the decision about a lot of other things in your home and not just closet clutter. With Junk King on the job, there is no limit to how heavy or bulk something might be. If you want it gone, then consider it gone. The Junk King crews are also equipped with the right tools to dismantle anything that can’t fit out of the door. You would be surprised at how many people build things inside their homes without any consideration about how they might get them out someday. It’s not a challenge for Junk King.
Everything that is collected by Junk King has the opportunity to be repurposed. A perfect day for Junk King is when they avoid making a deliver to a landfill. Instead, they would rather your stuff go to a charity or recycling center. That is just how they operate. Get a jump on your spring cleaning with a little help from Junk King. You’ll be glad you did!