One of the priorities that you need to think about when planning a move is to make sure you get your security deposit back. That means making any repairs to walls and floors that might’ve been caused during the time that you stayed in that rental property. It also means thoroughly cleaning that space so that it will match exactly the way it looked when you first moved in. Some people feel that they can leave stuff behind that might be a benefit to the next occupant. The truth is that the rental property needs to be completely empty. If you leave something behind, then the landlord is within their rights to deduct from your security deposit for “storage fees.”
A better approach would be to make sure you remove all your items from the place. Obviously, you will be taking with you the things that matter. But for all of that stuff that you know you never going to use again you should bring in Junk King Pittsburgh. One rubbish removal session with these junk hauling pros will ensure that you won’t be moving into your new place with old junk.
A Big Truck
Junk King is going to provide you with a big truck to load up all the things you want to get rid of. This truck might not be as big as the one you are hiring to move into your new home. However, the Junk King truck can still hold the equipment of six pickup trucks full of stuff. That will mean there will be plenty of room for everything that you are tossing out.
Before the Junk King crew loads anything onto the truck they first have to make an assessment. That assessment will be how everything will fit onto the truck. The less room to use with your stuff, the less you will be paid. It is always Junk King’s goal to get as much onto the truck in as little space as possible. You will know what this price is before the work begins and there won’t be any surprise charges at the end of the job. Hopefully, the same can happen when you make your big move!
The best way to avoid moving with old junk is to give it all to Junk King Pittsburgh before the move. Set up that session today.