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When you book your junk removal appointment Junk King Sacramento, you’ll be getting help from a two-man moving crew and a big truck. Your focus could entirely be on the backyard but there’s no reason why you can put the crew to work around the rest of your house. If you got an old sofa or bedroom set you want to get rid of, then this is your perfect chance to do that. Junk King Sacramento can also take away all your outdated electronic gear and make sure it’s disposed of at a recycling center that is set up for that type of operation. Just think of how much better your house will be once all that unwanted clutter is gone. To get your garden ready for planting, first call in Junk King Sacramento to clear the clutter.