Some folks are just made for certain jobs. Take for instance, Dan Milo, owner of Junk King Phoenix. Dan is a self-professed neat-freak. It stands to reason that he would gravitate for a job that allows him to share his cleaning habits with rest of the world. We’re not just talking about some light dusting and sweeping but instead transforming an entire home through the power of junk removal.
After three years in the junk removal business, Dan is still surprised by the variety of things he and his team of hardworking movers are called upon to clear out. Along with the standard junk removal job involving furniture, clothing and other household goods, Dan has been called out for some “special” junk removal assignments.
“One of the most challenging jobs was removing about 120 big bales of straw,” recalls Dan. “Another challenging job was removing several hundred bags of cement that were left out in the weather and had turned to concrete.” Apparently, there is a lot of clean up jobs that require some heavy lifting and that’s not a problem for Junk King Phoenix.
Another bonus for Dan is being able to work in such a great city. “We find the desert around Phoenix beautiful,” says Dan. “Our hope is that through our efforts, we keep junk from being dumped in the desert.”
It’s amazing the amount of effort it takes for someone to load up a truck with junk, drive it out to the desert and then dump it as opposed to just calling Junk King Phoenix. Junk King has always prided itself on its green way of doing things and that is vital in an area like Phoenix where the outdoor environment is such an integral part of the lives of the locals and visitors. Junk King Phoenix makes every effort to dispose of the items that collect through recycling programs or charity drop offs. Any opportunity they have to avoid a trip to the landfill is an opportunity they’re going to take.
“We appreciate the opportunity to be of service and are committed to providing outstanding, professional junk removal.” In other words, your unwanted items will be in good hands when you turn them over to Junk King Phoenix.