Some people think that the best way to get rid of something bulky is to put it on the curb or try to sell it at a yard sale? Putting something on the curb rarely works because the thing that is out there is so easily ruined. A yard sale depends on someone actually driving by, stopping and buying what you’re selling. Most often when a yard sale is over, all the stuff that didn’t sell is put on the curb with a “free” sign. Again, that’s not helping. You certainly couldn’t get rid of a trampoline by putting it on the curb. For a job like that you’ll need to bring in the pros from Junk King Phoenix.
Junk King’s motto has always been, “we do all the work.” That covers all the lifting and loading of any piece of furniture or appliance. It also covers any stair climbing to get at those objects. When it comes to getting rid of your old trampoline a lot of that work will involve dismantling it. That is something the crews from Junk King excel at. They’ve taken apart all kinds of things from homes and businesses like pool tables, sheds, cubicle walls and swing sets.
Once the trampoline has been taken apart, it will be easy to tuck onto the truck. There could even be room left over a few other items that you’re eager to get rid of. The truck is big enough to hold the amount of six full pickup trucks. In other words, plenty of room to get rid of every junk item from your home.
How fast do you want your trampoline and junk cleared? With Junk King Phoenix on the job, it can happen by tomorrow. That’s when Junk King likes to complete their assignments; within 24 hours. The make sure things go according to plan, be sure to tell Junk King that you’ll need a trampoline taken apart as part of the session. That way they can clear their schedule in order to get the job done for you. Getting rid of a trampoline and your junk won’t be a challenge to Junk King Phoenix. Put them to work today.
The 4th of July is the day that the founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. At least that is what the history books tell us. In reality, the document didn’t get signed by all the delegates until several days later. It’s not as if they could have emailed it to everyone. But it was agreed that the 4th would be the official on day holiday. Around Phoenix, the 4th is actually stretched into two days of fun starting on the 3rd. Here’s where you can see fireworks around Phoenix on the 3rd and 4th of July:
On July 3
Anthem’s Independence Day Celebration
Anthem’s Independence Day Celebration goes down the day before at ACC Community Park. At night you’ll treated to the traditional fireworks display but leading up to that will be fun rides, family activities and festival food.
Harold’s Cave Creek Corral
Harold’s Cave Creek Corral is also having a celebration on the 3rd that includes fun for the entire family with face painting, outside BBQ, shaved ice and a mobile game truck. If you still have the energy after all of that, then there will also be a free fireworks show when the sky grows dark.
Fabulous Phoenix Fourth
Fabulous Phoenix 4th features one of the largest fireworks displays in the Southwest. This is a special non-alcoholic, family-oriented event annually draws in crowds of over 100,000. For this year’s event, there will be two stages featuring local entertainers, a variety of vendors offering festival-style food and beverage, arts and crafts, interactive exhibits and a classic car display. There are also rides, bounce houses and a water spray zone that’s part of Kids’ World. And plenty of fireworks at night. It all goes down at Steele Indian School Park.
If you don’t want to brave the crowds, then you could have your own 4th of July fun right in your backyard. To help get your home ready for the party, you’ll want to bring in Junk King Phoenix. These are the junk hauling pros that can quickly clear out any amount of backyard rubbish. You’ll feel a lot better about hosting a 4th of July BBQ after Junk King Phoenix has hauled away all the clutter.