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How Do I Start Clearing Out My Garage?

How Do I Start Clearing Out My Garage

You know it’s time to clear out your garage when you need to throw out your bike to make room for another bike.

Seriously, when was the last time you used that old Stairmaster? And must you hang on to all of those smooth jazz CDs? Sure, you can probably make use of that crockpot Aunt Emma gave you two Christmases ago, but do you really need to have three of those around the house?

OK so let’s get right down to it: how do you start clearing out your garage? Let’s break it down for you in four easy steps.

1. Bring Everything Out

We mean everything. Every single item.

See, on the off-chance there’s a vampire (or a nest of ornery hornets) hiding in your garage, you have peace of mind knowing you can deal with this issue with minimal collateral damage.

Also, don’t be surprised if a family of raccoons has decided to move into that old rusty filing cabinet you have in the corner. Clearing out your garage from time to time ensures you don’t have any critters squatting amongst your piles of junk.

Physically dragging all that junk out of your garage and into the sunlight will give you a pretty good idea of just how much you have to deal with in the first place.

2. Sort All Your Stuff Into Piles

For most of us, the garage has been sort of an unorganized dumping ground for all sorts of stuff: shoes and coats, bulk item groceries, moldy bags, sporting gear and equipment, an assortment of appliances, tools you’ve likely only used once, boxes and crates of even more stuff, and so on.

So let’s make an active effort in whittling down all that junk

First of all, ask yourself: which items are you going to keep? Does it spark joy? Set goals. Are you willing to let go of 80% of the stuff in your garage? 50%?

So yes, go ahead and keep those boxes of classic rock vinyl records. But for everything else, you may want to sort them out for:

· Selling through a neighborhood garage sale, or even Craigslist

· Donating to groups like Goodwill, The Salvation Army, and so on

· Giving away to friends and family who might actually need them

· Recycling and disposal

3. Give Your Garage a Deep, Thorough Clean

Before you move everything back, let’s give your garage a good scrubbing down. This way, you get rid of the dank, musty smell.

· For those hard-to-remove motor oil stains, you can use cat litter with a little bit of dish soap and work on them with a wire scrub brush

· For mold and mildew, wipe them away by using a bit of bleach or some vinegar diluted with warm water.

· Give your garage walls a good cleaning from top to bottom by using a sponge mop.

· If you want to, you can give your garage a fresh coat of paint to make it look brand new.

4. Organize Your Remaining Stuff

Wouldn’t it be nice if you can have some breathing space around the garage? Make it into a real functioning room where you can work on a few new projects?

The internet is full of tips and tricks on how to tidy up your garage. Whether you choose to do it yourself or hire a team to do it for you, you might want to:

· Install new shelves so you can organize your stuff into easy-to-reach stacks and piles

· Have storage cabinets to stow away stuff you don’t frequently use (but want to keep)

· Put up some pegboards and hooks to hang your tools.

· Opt for wall-mounted bins so you can maximize your floor space.

· Designate a work area (or work areas), so you can finally get a move on your projects.

A Final Word

Having a cleaner, more organized, more functional garage does have several benefits.

Other than having room for more stuff, you’ll want to make sure you don’t have any potential safety hazards in there like a stockpile of volatile materials or a wormhole to another dimension. You also minimize the likelihood of an infestation of pests, which is an entirely new problem altogether.

Make new room by giving away your old stuff, donating it, or even selling them for a bit of extra cash.

For everything else you’d want to get rid of, call the guys of Junk King Sacramento. They’ve been providing professional, fast, and eco-friendly junk removal services, which can even cover stuff you’ve amassed in your garage.

They can also help you clear your yard, get rid of heavy furniture and unwanted/unused appliances, as well as your recycling and garbage disposal needs. For inquiries and even more details, give the Junk King team a call at 1-888-888-JUNK.

How Can I Get Rid of an Old Mattress?

How Can I Get Rid of an Old Mattress

When you’re all packed and ready to go move in to your new home, it’s likely you’ll be leaving a lot of old furniture behind, including that moldy old mattress that’s been with you forever.

There’s no way you’re taking that along with you, as you have a brand new bed waiting for you in a new place, and it’s not as if you can just leave it on the sidewalk or out on the front yard for garbage services to pick it up.

So how can you get rid of an old mattress? You can either break it up yourself, donate it (if it’s still in usable condition), or call your neighborhood waste management authority or local recycling services to have it picked up and come dispose it for you.

How Can I Break Up My Old Mattress?

Many states now require you to recycle your old mattress. Nevertheless, a good number of mattresses still end up in landfills where about 12 million of them end up each year.

Breaking up that old mattress yourself would entail:

1. Cutting the cord with a seam ripper or utility knife, then pulling the cord from the sides

2. Peeling and pulling the sides of the mattress away

3. Removing the top layer of fabric off the mattress

4. Gathering the fabric and fluff from the mattress interior

5. Removing the bottom layer of fabric

6. Breaking up the springs with a bolt cutter

Where Can I Donate My Old Mattress?

As long as your mattress is still in a fairly usable state, you can get in touch with several groups from around your neighborhood to come pick up your mattress for you.

1. The Salvation Army will usually come pick that up for you for free: https://www.salvationarmy.org/ 2. Goodwill will accept mattresses that are in relatively good condition: https://www.goodwill.org/ 3. Habitat for Humanity: https://www.habitat.org/ 4. Bye Bye Mattress: https://byebyemattress.com/ 5. Posting an ad on Craigslist might also help: https://craigslist.org/

6. Your local furniture store might sometimes provide this service, especially if you’ve bought the mattress from them in the first place.

7. Your local shelters may want to take in your old mattresses as well.

Which Neighborhood Waste Management Authorities Should I Call?

Contact your local municipality, sanitation department, or garbage collector and ask them how they deal with old mattresses like yours.

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It’s likely that, aside from your moldy old mattress, you also have other heavy pieces of furniture which you need cleared away.

So when you’re doing that major bedroom renovation project, or just moving to a new home altogether, call our team over at Junk King Sacramento for everything else you might choose to leave behind.

Junk Kung Sacramento has been providing professional, fast, and eco-friendly junk removal services, which can even cover stuff around your yard, heavy furniture and appliances, recycling, and garbage disposal.

And yes, we can take care of your old mattresses as well.

For inquiries and even more details, give our Junk King team a call at 1-888-888-JUNK.

Carpet removal and how to dispose of it

Carpet removal and how to dispose of it

Changing your flooring is a sure way to update the look of your house. You can choose to remove the existing carpet and replace it with a new one, or totally go in a different direction like getting wood panels or tiles. Nevertheless, whatever your choice is, the first step to this home improvement is removing your carpet.

Here are some things that you need to bear in mind before doing so:

1. Carpet removal is difficult.

In some instances, installed carpet can be pretty difficult to remove, especially if the installer has severely attached it to the floor. Generally, carpets are fixed to the floor via tack strips. You need people with strong arms to remove the carpet from these strips. Once that is done, the strips must then be pried from the floor. After that, carpet pads also need to be detached. The usual method of attaching pads to the floor is by the use of glue. Even if you have managed to remove the carpet, the strip and the pad, you still have to scrape the glue off the flooring.

2. Damage may occur in the subflooring.

When removing a carpet, one must take precaution not to damage the subfloor. Removal of strips and pad may cause the subfloor to be broken. If that is the case, additional work needs to be done. Sometimes, other homeowners just cover it with a new carpet. But in cases where replacement flooring is wood or porcelain tiles, the damage must first be addressed so that the subflooring is smooth and level enough to accommodate the new material.

3. Measurement must be accurate.

It is not enough that you know how big a room is. There is a process in determining how much carpet you need to cover a room. First is to determine the square footage of the room. Next is to determine what kind of carpet you want and its size specification. This will determine the number of rolls or tiles needed. Lastly, you also need to account for corners and complexities in the shape of the room so you can maximize each roll or carpet tile. You must remember as well to buy a little in case of slipups in installation.

4. Stick the carpet properly.

Installing carpet requires thoroughness and diligence. Each roll or tile must be laid down next to each other with extreme care to not leave spaces in between. Seams must be avoided at all cost since they can spell disaster. For one, they may stick out and cause accidents. Another is they may serve as a cesspit for dirt.

5. Dispose of carpet properly.

Once you have taken out your old carpet, you cannot just leave it on the curbside or your stockroom. It must be disposed of properly. You do not want this junk in your newly upgraded house. The perfect solution to this is to call a professional hauler.

We, at Junk King, are ready to take all kinds of junk in your house – be it old furniture, carpeting, or appliance! Call us today to know more about our services and rates!

Is it time to replace your fridge?

Is it time to replace your fridge

A refrigerator is one of those appliances in your house that seems to last forever. Depending on the brand, it can last decades. You can bring it from home to home because they are usually tough and they can stand the test of time. So, how do you know when it is time to let go? Below are factors that you can consider to figure out if your fridge needs replacement.

1. Your refrigerator is old and outdated.

The life of a fridge is usually 10 to 20 years. If it reaches past that age, you can say that you already got a bang for your buck. Do not wait for it to break down. Take the initiative of replacing it. Older models are more challenging to repair. The spare parts may be difficult to look for. The professionals who have the expertise to fix them may be hard to locate. Remember that it is okay to let go of things even if they are not broken if it can save you the trouble and the money in the long run.

2. Your fridge is not energy efficient.

You may think that you are saving money by holding onto your old fridge and avoiding to splurge for a new one, but think again! Many newer models have outstanding reviews when it comes to energy efficiency. Over time, you will be able to get back the money you spent on your new fridge through the savings you get from your electricity bill. Take a look at the energy efficiency ratio of your fridge right now and compare it with the new models in stores. When the difference is substantial, consider buying a new one already. Do yourself and the environment a favor!

3. It needs constant repairs.

Some people stick to their old things for the mere reason that they are still working and just need a little repair here and there. Without noticing, these people might be calling the pros every once and a while. Repair costs, although cheaper at times, can accumulate to larger expenditure – especially when you are consistently calling for help. It might be the time to replace your fridge if you find yourself reaching for the phone and dialing away to call the experts over and over. Letting go of the old fridge can save you the headache, so just do it!

If you ever decide to let go of your fridge, we at Junk King are happy to help you dispose of it. The fridge is a large piece of equipment, and frankly, difficult to get rid of. Do not let it rust in the dark corners of your garage, accumulating dust and spider webs. Have a professional haul your old fridge out of your house and keep your home free of junk! While you’re at it, we haul all kinds of things – from furniture to yard waste! You name it; we haul it! Call 1-888-888-JUNK or text us at 1-737-888-5865!

Moving Out? Don’t Take Your Junk With You!

Now that you have a new place and you’re about to move all your belongings to your new home, haven’t you taken a moment to contemplate just how much stuff you’ll be bringing with you?

Comic legend George Carlin once said, “a house is a just a place to keep your stuff while you go out and get more stuff.”

So take a good hard look at everything around you, as well as a good hard look around the house. You might just get overwhelmed by the amount of stuff you might have to bring with you.

Everything must go. But do they all have to come with you?

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Moving out is a great opportunity for you to start decluttering. Take this time to figure out which of your stuff is important, and which ones you can give away, sell, or leave behind.

Without a doubt, moving homes is a stressful affair. It’s a disruption of your environment, causing anxiety and uncertainty.

But one thing is certain: you can make your life a lot easier if you decide to take only the most important things with you on your move.

Bringing less stuff means you won’t be packing, organizing, hauling, and unpacking as much. Here are five things to help you declutter as you’re about to move out:

1. Evaluate everything

Remember: you’ll soon be lifting boxes full of stuff. So go ahead and ask yourself: “Is all this stuff really worth hauling on this trip and bringing with me to my new place?”

You’ll be surprised at just how much stuff you can get rid of in this manner. Go through your wardrobe. Go through storage. Go through your cupboards. Go through your electronics.

Right away, you’ll know which ones are really important to you (so go ahead and bring those along with you). But for everything else, you might want to consider leaving those behind.

2. Scan for dust

If some stuff of yours is just accumulating dust right now, what are the chances they’ll just be gathering more dust in your new place?

Besides, wouldn’t you rather make room in your new place for things you might actually use?

For things you’ve hardly used in the last several months, you might want to consider leaving behind.

3. Challenge the tendency to collect and hoard

This is a tough one, but very necessary. Understandably, there might be a collection or two you’ve been building over the years, and that’s OK.

Still, it’s a good time to re-evaluate your collections—old clothes you think you’ll fit into again one day, old work files, even old electronics or old furniture in storage.

If you feel you’re not getting any value or joy from that collection of yours, maybe it’s time to leave that behind as well?

4. Learn to let go

Sometimes we put too many emotional attachments or sentimentality to some of the things we own. And so learning to let go can be hard for some people.

Know that such is the way of our belongings. At some point, letting go is the more sensible option as it opens us to newer things (and therefore, new experiences).

5. Donate and sell

If you think somebody can make better use of some of your stuff, go right ahead and give it away. For everything else, you can hold a garage sale, sell online via eBay or Craigslist, and donate the rest to charity.

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Don’t you think it’s about time you let go of your old couch? It won’t go well with the interiors of your new place anyway.

Junk Removal in Sacramento by Junk King

For everything else, you might choose to leave behind, call the guys of Junk King Sacramento.

They’ve been providing professional, fast, and eco-friendly junk removal services, which can even cover stuff around your yard, heavy furniture and appliances, recycling, and garbage disposal.

For inquiries and even more details, give the Junk King team a call at 1-888-888-JUNK.

Sources: 1. https://www.forbes.com/sites/joshuabecker/2017/08/03/six-ways-to-delutter-when-you-move/#112da0d93d38 2. https://www.styleathome.com/how-to/real-estate/article/21-tips-for-an-easy-move 3. https://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/brilliant-moving-tips

Organization: Habits to simplify your life – Junk King Sacramento

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Living a simple life is said to improve your happiness, health, and productivity.

But in modern times like this, it is difficult because modern life can be overwhelming. Technology—such as smartphones, computers, TVs, etc.—has made our lives easier but it has also brought us sources of distraction.

Moreover, in a consumer-driven society, we have become obsessed over material possessions and have the urge to acquire more things, such as gadgets, toys, clothes, bags, and shoes, to name a few.

All these fixations on technology and material things have made our lives cluttered and over-complicated.

According to a study by Princeton University Neuroscience Institute, when your environment is cluttered, you lose focus. It makes you easily distracted, unable to process information and unhappy.

That’s why you need to clear the clutter from your home, work environment and life, in general. Living simply and organized is the path to a happier, healthier, more productive life.

Transitioning to a simple and organized lifestyle is no easy task. Habits need to be developed and practiced daily to simplify and organize your life. It may be difficult at first, but the results are rewarding.

In no particular order, here are some tips you can apply in your daily life.

Limit your screen time

May it be on your phone, computer or TV, screens are a major source of distraction. When you watch a movie or browse on your phone, time flies so fast, and you lose that precious time when you can be doing more important things.What you need to do is set a limit for watching TV and using your smartphone. On your smartphone, delete unused apps and reduce your social media browsing—or better yet, try reducing the frequency of picking up your phone.

Put everything back where it belongs

When you were young, your mom always used to tell you to put the things back where you found them. It is an excellent practice to help keep you organized and clutter-free. Every

item in your home or office has its own rightful place. So, when you’re done using an item, do yourself a favor and put it back where it belongs.

Stop multitasking

Multi-tasking may be tempting when you’ve got lots of things to do, but you must learn what should be prioritized. You should focus on the things that need to be done first and then move on to those that can be done at a later time. That way, you will be able to maximize your time for important things and activities.

Evaluate your purchases

You need to become a conscious consumer to minimize clutter. When buying something, ask yourself if you really need it, if you can live without it or if it will positively contribute to your life.

Do an annual cleaning

Imagine going home to a house full of clutter. Stressful, isn’t it? Your home should be your paradise. You should be able to relax and feel safe in it. Too many things at home will make you feel irritable, so make it a habit to clean your house regularly. This also includes clearing your closet of unused clothes, your kitchen of old appliances, etc.

Donate unused items

After cleaning out your house, you may have found several things that are still in good condition. These unused or unnecessary items could still be of use to others who need them more than you do. Donate those old clothes, books or appliances to charity or non-profit organizations that can put those things to good use.

When it comes to physical clutter, Junk King is your partner to have a simple and organized life. We’ll help you become free from clutter such as old furniture, appliances, and other junk in your home.

Junk Removal for Roseville Real Estate Agents

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Before a house is put on the market, the property needs to be presentable from top to bottom to make it an attractive purchase.

According to the National Association of Realtors, homeowners sell their house after they have lived there for an average of six years.

Over those years, they have already accumulated a lot of things placed within the property—may it be in the garage, basement, yard, or the main part of the house itself.

Once they decide to sell the house, they almost always leave a handful of things behind. More so when the property foreclosed, you can absolutely be sure that it is left in a more dire condition.

Whether the previous homeowner left a few or a multitude of stuff, these put a heavy burden on the real estate agents’ shoulders before making a sale.

Out-dated furniture, old kitchen appliances, a cluttered garage, a basement overflowing with old items—these things negatively affect the appearance of a property and could drive away potential buyers.

Therefore, the house to be sold should be as clean and neat as possible. And it is the job of the real estate agent to make sure potential homebuyers see the property as their new home.

A clean, spacious, and pristine house will help you demand a higher asking price for the property. Each and every part of the home should be presented beautifully to boost the house’s value.

It is also important to remember that prospective homebuyers will inspect every nook and cranny of the property being sold, as buyers would prefer to buy a home requiring little to no work than a fixer-upper.

To help real estate agents present the house in its best condition, they need to tap a quality and professional junk hauling company to get rid of all the clutter and get the property back in the market in its saleable condition as soon as possible.

Timing is an important currency in the property market, which means you need a professional trash removal company that fast and reliable to do the however big the task is.

When it comes to dependability and timeliness, Junk King Sacramento should be on top of your list. We provide home and foreclosure clean-out services to the Sacramento area.

Why hire Junk King Sacramento?

Junk King offers efficient, safe, and eco-friendly furniture removal services. We take almost anything: old couches, sofas, mattresses, chairs, tables, appliances, trash, yard waste. We make sure we take care of whatever needs to be picked up and disposed of.

We also have trucks that are 20 percent bigger so we can take out all your clutter out of your property in no time.

And with the environment at the top of our mind, we don’t just bring old items to the dump—any item that can still be used are recycled and donated to charities.

Let us help you make your house market-ready in no time! Call us at (916) 378-4344 to know more of our services.

Torres, Julian. “Trash Removal Companies And Real Estate Agents.” Junk King, 3 September 2015, https://info.junk-king.com/2015/09/03/trash-removal-companies-and-real-estate-agents/

“Why Hiring a Junk Removal Service Is a Smart Move for Real Estate Agents.” NearSay, Vivial, 20 March 2017, https://nearsay.com/c/255187/191954/why-hiring-a-junk-removal-service-is-a-smart-move-for-real-estate-agents

Weintraub, Elizabeth. “Tips for a Successful Open House.” The Balance, Dotdash, 1 June 2019, https://www.thebalance.com/open-houses-how-to-hold-a-successful-open-house-1799063

Moving offices? Let Junk King help with cubicle disposal

Office cubicles have been popular since they first took off in the 1960s.

Every business since then has started installing cubicles to provide a sense of privacy for their employees—even if they’re just really in one big room.

And yet, these structures are not permanent—as compared to walled offices—they are modular, and they can be changed and adjusted easily.

Their popularity continued up to when employees started hating working in cubicles. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, cubicles were widely mocked in television shows and movies.

In the past several years, many studies have come out saying cubicles in offices have weighed on employees’ morale and output.

People don’t like the feeling of being put in a small box and then being expected overflow with productivity.

According to a study by Oxford Economics, employee satisfaction and productivity are dampened by distractions in the workplace caused by cubicle setups.

And this gave rise to the adoption of open-plan spaces in the workplace. The open concept equates spaciousness and flexibility.

The workspace does not look cramped. No more mini-walls hiding each and every employee—employees can see their co-workersadult-coder-coding-7110 right across their desks.

It is also said to foster ambient awareness and teamwork among employees.

And this also means more savings and cost-cutting measures for companies. There is no need to put in bulky cubicles—just long desks in a single, large (or even smaller) spaces.

That’s why there is a growing number of companies—whether big or small—ditching cubicles and favoring a more open office plan.

While cubicles are modular, deconstructing them is not an easy task. Cubicles have different parts, like shelving units, built-in furniture, panels, screws and connectors, and these need to be secured so they can still be used.

And more effort is needed in the removal and disposal of these bulky, mini-wall structures.

If you’re in Sacramento and need to get rid of the cubicles in your office, let Junk King deal with the removal, and disposal of your cubicles.

We take care of fast and eco-friendly junk removal:

Cubicle removal

We can handle whatever size or number of cubicles you need to be cleared out from your space.

Cubicle disposal

Once the cubicles are removed, you don’t have to worry about them. As an environment-friendly junk removal company, we’ll make sure they are disposed of correctly,

Give us a call and we’d be happy to give you a quote!

What to do before Junk Removal

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Junk comes in various types, shapes, and forms. It may be old furniture kept in your garage, newspapers, and magazines stacked in one part of your house, old and unwanted clothes, debris after a storm — you name it.

Over time, we accumulate various kinds of junk because we replace old and damaged items. And also because we already bought replacements and didn’t have the time to dispose of the old pieces.

Meanwhile, other clutter can be in the form of household and yard waste that has been dumped in one corner supposedly for future disposal.

No matter what kind of junk you have, junk is unsightly and unsanitary, so it needs to go.

But before you call the junk removal and hauling company, you also have to do your homework! Here are some tips to help you get rid of your clutter.

Declutter your home

Take time to clean out your whole house and get rid of unwanted things. Do annual cleaning during spring. Declutter your closet from clothes or your basement or attic from household items you haven’t used for at least a year. You might also find some hidden treasures such as heirlooms, collectible toys, rare records, antique china, etc. Not only will you lessen your junk at home, but it also helps keep your house pest-free.

Make a list

Make a list of all the items you are disposing of. This will give you an overview of the junk you are about to remove from your home. With a list, you can identify which items are still useful, can be repaired, or those that really need to go. This will also help you in inquiring about the junk removal services since they will be able to know what they can haul from your home.

Consider selling items

Not all junk is useless. Sometimes, some of it—like old furniture, clothing, books, toys and other household goods—just needs thorough cleaning or refurbishing. You would be doing the Earth and your community a favor by helping minimize waste dump in your local landfill. Maybe you could hold a yard sale to sell your old items. This just takes time and effort, but wouldn’t you want to earn some extra from your junk?

Or donating old stuff

If you don’t have time for a garage sale, another option you can opt for is donating your used items to thrift stores, shelters, non-profit facilities, and various charitable agencies. They will surely find a good use for your old items especially clothes. Remember, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Just make sure the things you would be donating are still useable.

Segregate your junk

Once you’ve identified junk that can still be used aan nd junk that has no use, group them accordingly. This will aid the list you made for easier quotation of hauling services and removal of your junk from your home.

Find the best service provider

Now that you’ve done your homework, it’s time for you to get quotations from various junk hauling companies. Waste removal companies have varied experiences in their line of work. The longer they have been in the industry, the more experience they have—such as proper training, required power tools, heavy equipment and trucking units such as forklifts and dump trucks—to do their job correctly and safely.

In Sacramento, call Junk King for all of your junk removal needs. We’ll take care junk such as old furniture, appliances, yard waste, garbage, yard debris, construction waste. Together, we can keep your home and community free from junk

How to get rid of the junk piling up in your yard – Junk King Sacramento

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After accumulating a year’s worth of clutter, it’s time for some spring cleaning again.

You’ve done this annually, and while decluttering your home, you find things that can still be repaired or those that need to be thrown away.

But spring cleaning is no joke. It takes a lot of time and effort to clean the whole house and get rid of unwanted things.

Perhaps the most challenging part is you’ve formed a personal attachment to some of your things over the years. Another thing is you think you could still be able to use some of the items in the future—broken furniture that just needs some repairs, a weathered table that just needs some refurbishing, a filing cabinet you’re not using now, and the list goes on.

Spring cleaning is not a task that you can do in just one day—it could even take the whole season if it’s not done as planned.

And if this happens, you could end up deciding to deal with clutter at a later time. If this happens regularly, you could see junk pile up in your garage or backyard, making it look like a junkyard.

It’s very stressful when your junk reaches this point. You can’t use the space for activities other than hosting your piles of trash. Not only does it look unsightly, but it is also unsanitary and attracts insects and pests when left alone for an extended period. And that is more than enough reason to clear away the clutter to keep your home pest-free.

Prepare yourself
Decluttering is no easy task, especially when you’ve had piles of junk over time. You need to prepare yourself mentally and physically to remove the trash in your yard or garage. Be sure to equip yourself with cleaning tools such as gloves, shears, garbage bags, and bins or containers to segregate your trash.

Get rid of your junk
Now that you’ve mentally and physically prepared, it’s time to get to the process of getting rid of your junk. Make sure to start with the small waste first then make your way to the bigger ones. Separate them according to size, recyclables, and non-recyclables. This way, it can be easier to get your trash off your yard.

Don’t be afraid to seek out help
You can also consider tapping the services of a professional junk removal company to take care of your yard waste.

If you live in Sacramento, Junk King is the right junk removal company for you! We can get any kind of junk—furniture, appliances, yard waste, garbage, construction waste, etc.—off your hands and off your yard. We’ll make sure to get the job done so you can use your yard for your family activities and events.

If you’re ready to get rid of your junk, give us a call and we’d be happy to help you with any of your junk removal needs!

Junk King Sacramento
12181 Folsom Blvd, Suite A
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Hours: M-Sa: 8A-5P

Providing junk removal services to the Sacramento area, including:

Antelope
Carmichael
Citrus Heights
Clarksburg
Courtland
Davis
Diamond Springs
Dixon
El Dorado
El Dorado Hills
Elk Grove
Folsom
Rancho Cordova
Rocklin
Roseville
Sacramento
West Sacramento
Woodland
and these nearby zip codes:
95605, 95608, 95610, 95612, 95615, 95616, 95617, 95618, 95619, 95620, 95621, 95623, 95624, 95630, 95661, 95670, 95671, 95677, 95678, 95691, 95695, 95742, 95747, 95757, 95758, 95762, 95765, 95776, 95798, 95799, 95811, 95813, 95814, 95815, 95816, 95817, 95818, 95819, 95820, 95821, 95822, 95823, 95824, 95825, 95826, 95827, 95828, 95829, 95830, 95831, 95832, 95833, 95834, 95835, 95836, 95837, 95838, 95841, 95842, 95843, 95864