Just because they drop the big ball in Times Square doesn’t mean New York has cornered the market on New Year’s Eve. There are plenty of great things to do around Sacramento on this last holiday of 2014. Of course, nothing beats hosting an open house. Even though it’s a lot of work to pull together, you can still have an amazing time from the comfort of your home. To help get you ready for your next open house, you might want to give Junk King a call. They can’t help with the catering but they can certainly help with the decluttering.
After Christmas, you’ll be up to your eyeballs in boxes, wrapping and ribbons. Those are easy to get rid of even if it means overflowing your garbage can. But when it comes to some of the bigger items, that is when you want to have Junk King on call. We’re talking about disposing of old televisions, sofas, tables, boxes of clothes and any other clutter you discovered as you got ready for Christmas. All of that can be taken away in a single Junk King junk pickup appointment.
Although the next couple of days before New Year’s could be hectic, Junk King is going to work around you schedule. First, you have to decide exactly what you want to get rid of. This doesn’t mean pulling things down off of shelves or moving everything into a pile by the curb. The reason you’re hiring Junk King is so they can do all the work. All you’ll be doing is pointing to what you want removed and the Junk King crew will handle the rest. That also includes anything from your yard that you want removed. Maybe it’s time to replace some of those tattered Christmas decorations! This is a perfect opportunity to clear up storage space.
You’ll also be ending the year with a “bang” when it comes to reducing your carbon footprint. That’s because Junk King will be sorting your stuff to see what can be recycled or donated to a charity. Yes, dropping off your old sofa to a charity counts as a carbon footprint reduction! Scheduling a junk pickup with Junk King is the best way to get your home ready for an open house and the New Year.