Spring is in the air and so are the honeybees. That’s actually good news as the bees are a much needed component in the circle of life. Here in Marin, beekeeping is a fun hobby that can yield some very delectable honey. The Marin Beekeepers are standing by to help anyone interested in this fascinating hobby. “We are people who share an avid interest in honey and native bees. Most members are small-scale beekeepers. We have a wide range of interests, covering bee biology, pollination, survivor stock bee breeding, health aspects of bee products, international beekeeping and other bee-related topics.” Even if you don’t have bees, you can still become a member and support the group. Of course, this spring you might discover that you’re a beekeeper without really trying. Perhaps a queen and her hive set up a nest in the eaves of your home or garage. Should you knock it down? It might be best to call in the professionals. At the very least, contact the Marin Beekeepers. They’ll set you straight. Naturally, spring is also a time for cleaning that includes your yards, garages, attics and closets. That’s a lot to take on by yourself. Lucky for you, Junk King is just a phone call away, and they are the people can help you out with your Spring Junk Removal In Marin. These are the junk removal specialists who have been working hard all across Marin County to help homeowners and businesses clear out the clutter from their properties.
It didn’t take long for Junk King Marin to earn stellar reviews for its customer service and dependability. That puts them right in line with all the other Junk King franchises situated throughout the country. One call to Junk King can put your spring-cleaning plan into operation. With Junk King on your side, you’ll finally be able to remove all those things that have become an eyesore around your home. At worst, these are the things you keep tripping over as you go looking for something like holiday decorations.
Remember that when you hire Junk King, you’re also doing your part to help Marin reduce its waste levels. That’s because Junk King is dedicated to a very rigorous recycling program. By last count, they were able to maintain a steady diversion rate of 60%. That means 60% of everything they collect is being kept out of local landfills. That’s the kind of operation that will make the bees very happy!