Junk King Seattle is always looking for ways to improve. Our commitment to value, effort and superior service shows through in all the services we provide. The company was formed by two like-minded friends who wanted to recycle more junk than the competition.
Of course, that meant they had to start the company by looking for ways to be the best.
Junk King Seattle has grown over the years and today has locations in Canada and the US. However, they’ve stayed close to the original roots. They are always looking for different ways to add your name to their ever-expanding list of clients.
Here’s a few of the ways they’ve been doing that for years now.
Looking after your yard waste
Being ecofriendly also means being helpful. Junk King can help when an unexpected storm has brought a tree down and scattered branches through your yard. There’s no need to be worried about making a mess with a gardening project when you’ve got their contact address handy.
Junk King Seattle is proud of the fact take an active part in making your yard look great.
They are also committed to making sure all your old electronics get to the right place. It is important that a good portion of these old electronics don’t wind up in landfill. Making sure that you don’t lose any personal data is critical too. That’s why they suggest you back it up before you turn any of your old gadgets over to them. An external drive works wonders.
All you need to do to start the process is get in touch. They’ll phone 15 minutes before they arrive and give you a quote once they reach your location. Once a price is agreed on, Junk King Seattle will take away your old electronics as well as any other appliances and furniture you want removed.
Junk King Seattle has been part of the number one rated junk removal service in America for quite some time. They recycle up to 60% of everything that they take away. The company commitment is to the climate and their valued customers at the same time.
Here’s a simple way for you to reduce the level of e-waste. When you start shopping for those new electronics, why not bring a bag from home so you don’t need to purchase a plastic one?