When you hire a company that proclaims to be full-service the hope is that they will take care of the job start to finish. That should mean no “follow-up.” For instance, if you hire a full service paint contractor then you want them to complete the job not have to come back out to take care of any touchups. Full-service should always mean when the crew leads your property the work is complete. That is certainly what happens when you hire Junk King Seattle. This is a full-service junk hauling company that will make sure everything you want to clear from your home and yards will be loaded onto the truck in a single session. That is full-service work you can depend on.
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You will want to take full advantage of the moving crew that will be provided by Junk King. This is a team that has been licensed and insured which makes them professional right from the start. They are also terrific problem solvers. That means you can put them on any type of moving challenge like bringing a heavy piece of furniture down from upstairs or removing a washer and dryer from the basement. This is the kind of work that the Junk King crew does each and every day. It is that experience which can ensure that your walls and floors won’t be damage by the removal process.
You can also take full advantage of the Junk King crew’s problem-solving capabilities when it comes to clearing away something that is especially oversized. It might seem impossible to get rid of a backyard swing set until you watch how quickly the Junk King crew can take it apart.
Everything that you turn over to Junk King will have an opportunity to be recycled or donated. You don’t have to make those designations. The crew from Junk King has been trained to spot those particular items which could be repurposed. They will strive to make sure those objects get to the right drop off destinations. That is what full-service is all about!
Setting up full-service junk hauling with Junk King Seattle will create a home that is completely cleared of rubbish. Make that call today.