Since 2005, Chula Vista has had an “adopt-a-park” program in place that has helped transform acres of public land. You might have seen signs for an “adopt-a-highway” program but these have more to do with direct donations used to cleanup vs. actual crews going out on the highway. With the park program, folks who adopt a section of a public park get to go in directly beautify those areas. They pull weeds, pick up trash and plant flowers. If you’ve been to a park recently, then you’ve probably noticed these improvements. Maybe you’ve even adopted a park with a group. This is a terrific example of how the residents of Chula Vista make this just a great place to live.
Around your own property, there is a lot you can do to beautify things and it won’t require a lot of effort. Junk King San Diego is standing by to make your home free of all kinds of junk and that’s a great project to take on.
What are the kinds of things that could be removed from your home to improve that space? Do you have old furniture you’re keeping in storage in the garage? What about appliances that aren’t working but taking up storage space? Then think about all the things in your closet that you’ll never wear again. All of those things can be swiftly hauled away by the crew from Junk King.
Getting all that unwanted stuff removed from the inside of your home will certainly make things beautiful on the inside but what about the outside of your home? Junk King can be a big boost there as well. The Junk King crews can do some amazing yard clean up. There could be old planters, grills, lawnmowers and furniture that you want removed. Those are all the kinds of things that need to help of a pair of movers and a truck and that is what Junk King provides on every junk removal appointment.
The sooner you get all that rubbish cleared from your property, the sooner you can incorporate your own beautification ideas. Are you ready to get your junk removal needs met for your Chula Vista home? Then you’re ready to put Junk King San Diego to work.
Bonita residents are taking a stand against storage. This particular storage would be a 133,000 square feet storage facility that would contain 900 units. Plans for the facility are in front of the San Diego Planning Commission but longtime Bonita residents aren’t happy. They’ve taken to putting up signs on their yards reading, “Stop Bonita Storage.” The fear is that the facility won’t fit into the community as a whole. It will just too industrial for what many feel is a residential area. Others note that there really doesn’t seem to be an overwhelming need to outside storage. That might have a lot to do with Junk King San Diego. Thanks to their efforts, homeowners have been able to clear out a lot of storage space on their property. What is your storage situation like?
The two most common areas in a home for storage are the closets and the garage. Those areas can fill up fast. But if you were to dedicate some time to sorting through your closets and garage, you would probably find a lot of things that you could get rid of.
In the closets, there could be piles of outfits, jackets, sweaters, shoes, hats and other garments that you’re never going to wear again. Certainly, in your kid’s closets there would be plenty of things that have been outgrown.
Out in the garage you might be holding onto a lot of broken tools, appliances or electronics. They’ve probably been replaced or your realized you don’t need them. Why have them take up all that valuable storage space?
After you have completed all of your sorting is when you’ll want to call in Junk King to set up a removal appointment. You definitely want to call after the sorting because Junk King often offers same day pickup appointments. Don’t be tempted by that if you haven’t finished going through your storage areas. Yes, Junk King wouldn’t mind coming back for a second pickup appointment but their goal remains getting rid of all your stuff in a single appointment. When you need to find more room for storage in your home, start with a rubbish clearing session from Junk King San Diego.