When cleaning around the house you don’t want to stop a task halfway through. In other words, you won’t just vacuum half of the rug or wash half of the dishes. What you start a project you need to finish it. That might be one of the reasons why you have put off cleaning out your garage. Yes, you could start the project by sorting through all the things you are keeping in storage and deciding what you want to keep and what you want to toss away. However, you could be left with a lot of items that need to be hauled off as opposed to crammed into a trashcan. Knowing that might be the reason why you haven’t taken on that task yet. The good news is that now you can complete your garage clean out with help from Junk King Portland.
How Things Get Sorted
As you go through all the boxes, storage bins and shelves in your garage you can essentially divide everything into two categories: the things you want to keep and the things you’re going to give to Junk King. Keep in mind, that a lot of what is collected by Junk King ends up getting donated to a charity or dropped off at a recycling center. That means you shouldn’t hesitate turning over things that could still be usable to someone outside of your house. That means junk King is the perfect company to give all your old clothing, shoes, snow gear, toys and sporting equipment to. The Junk King crews all have the proper training to know which of those items can be donated to one of the many charities that they make drop-offs to. That way you will know that your items won’t be going to waste.
How the crew is going to pack up the truck with all of your stuff will determine just how much you will be paying for the service. Will it be one third, one quarter or the entire truck full of rubbish? That determination can only happen after the crew has looked over all of the things that you want to get rid of. Once you agree to the price the Junk King team will work swiftly to load up all of your discarded objects.
You won’t have to wait long for a clean garage when you hire Junk King Portland to lend a hand.