Monthly Archives: June 2018

Put Junk King To Work Around Your Herriman Home

Efforts to clean up the Jordan River just took a leap forward thanks to the addition of trash booms. These are bright orange devices that have been strung across points in North Salt Lake. Once in place, the booms catch trash floating in the water before it reaches Great Salt Lake or washes on the banks. This trapped trash is much easier for crews to swoop in and sweep up. The cost for these trash booms is around $300,000 but it is money well spent when you consider the trade off in cleaner waters and shorelines.

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When it comes to cleaning up your Herriman home of all your excess junk, you probably don’t need special equipment. You just need to hire Junk King Salt Lake City. The primary reason we hold onto junk is because we don’t have any way of getting rid of it. That is a problem that is easily solved with Junk King on the job.

Junk King will send over a pair of movers to perform all the heavy lifting required to get your stuff clear. This is a team that is equally adept as maneuvering a sofa down a flight of stairs as they are carrying a futon down a narrow hallway. Think about all the things you can finally get taken out of your home with this extra help.

Everything that gets loaded onto the Junk King truck will be destined for some sorting action. Unlike most so-called professional junk haulers, Junk King doesn’t head straight to the landfill after collecting junk. Instead, it all gets brought back to the Junk King hub. There the junk is separated into piles. One for scrap metal, one for plastics, one for wood and so on. There are also piles for donations to charities. Once those piles have reached full truck capacity, they are loaded up and dropped off at the appropriate stops. Of course, all of that work happens long after Junk King has left your home but it should make you feel good about hiring this eco-friendly company.

Getting rid of junk and rubbish from your Herriman home only takes one call to Junk King Salt Lake City. Are you ready to make that call today?

Is It Time For Trampoline Removal?

The longer you hold onto something, the greater the chance it will be tossed out someday. How long did you hold onto the last pair of shoes you threw out? What about a VCR? There is no reason to keep something like that around when you’re using a Blu-Ray player. Kid’s toys are also prime candidates for getting tossed. You might want to hold onto a few of those for sentimental reasons but there will come a time when the tricycles and swing sets are going to be outgrown. The same for the backyard trampoline. Those things can’t be tossed out in the trash. Instead, you need to bring in the junk hauling pros from Junk King Salt Lake City.

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The first thing to consider with trampoline removal is who is going to take the trampoline apart? That is a job the team from Junk King can handle. “Taking things apart in order to fit them onto the truck” is part of their job description. With this kind of dismantling, things might take a bit longer than it would to load up a sofa or old television. But you won’t be charged any extra for that work. The Junk King pricing policy is a flat fee based on volume and not weight. There are some massive cleanup jobs that take an entire day for the crews to clear out but the owners were still just charged the rate for filling up the truck.

Along with your trampoline removal, you can also put the team from Junk King to work clearing out all the rest of your unwanted items. What pieces of furniture would you like to get rid of in your home? Are there power tools and sporting equipment in the garage that can be cleared out? It can all end up on the Junk King truck.

The final part of junk removal is the disposal. With Junk King on the job, that disposal is handled in a very eco-friendly way. Your stuff can end up at a recycling center or a charity. When you need quality junk clearing or trampoline removal, you need give that job to Junk King Salt Lake City.