Monthly Archives: January 2014

Richmond Junk Removal In 2014

When it comes to snow removal on your property, you have two basic choices: Shovel or spring. With the shoveling, you can tend to the backbreaking work on your own or farm it out to a neighborhood teen looking to earn a few extra bucks. If you have a snow blower, then you could become the most popular person on your block. The spring option is not a bad way to go either. With this, you just sit back and wait for the snow to melt. It takes a while longer and it might have you trapped indoors, but you’re sure to stay warm.

Thumbs up for Junk King.

Thumbs up for Junk King.

Now, when it comes to junk removal, you really only have one option. That would be hiring Junk King Richmond. The first branch of Junk King opened in 2005 across the country in California. Since then, local branches have opened in major cities everywhere with Richmond being the latest proud addition to the Junk King family. Since it has been up and running, this particular Junk King has earned a solid reputation in customer service. Every day customers are happy to share comments like these:

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Bon Air Junk Removal

The news has been dominated with the chemical spill in neighboring West Virginia. The result of that toxic accident left local residents without water for several days. Even after the cleanup, it appears there are still lingering doubts as to whether the water is truly safe to drink. This incident heightens the fact of how dependent we are on our local municipalities to provide services to us. What can you do when those services break down? As with most things in life, it’s always best to take care of the job yourself. It makes sense to have some emergency water on hand in your garage or basement. Of course, that would mean making sure those areas are free of clutter to you can access those important supplies when you need them. Even though the city isn’t going to help you get rid of your clutter, you don’t have to take on that project alone. Junk King of Central Virginia is standing by to lend a hand.

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