Getting your yard in great shape and entertaining guests is one of the best parts of owning your own home. Although it takes a lot of work to get there, regular landscaping and debris removal can get you off on the right foot.
Routine and Seasonal Debris Removal
Yard waste and debris removal can seem pretty daunting when you’re staring down fallen branches, an old jungle gym or hot tub that doesn’t see much use these days, and hundreds of pounds of waterlogged lumber. Who’s got the time?
The fact is that Junk King can schedule you for weekly, monthly, seasonal, or one-off debris removal projects. Whatever works best for you and your schedule. But sometimes the unexpected strikes: Junk King can help you clean up and remove fallen trees and large branches following a storm as well.
Other kinds of yard and debris removal are more predictable. You can schedule weekly yard waste removal for grass clippings, weeds, and branches after your weekly landscaping or arrange to have your leaves picked up on a seasonal basis.
Junk King is also committed to helping business responsibly dispose of construction waste. The Environmental Protection Agency says that over a half-billion tons of construction and demolition debris is generated in the United States every year.
That’s twice the amount of all of the municipal solid waste generated by millions of homeowners every year in the US. This all underscores how important it is to responsibly dispose of and, where possible, recycle things like concrete, gypsum drywall, asphalt, metals, and salvageable building components like doors and certain hard-to-manufacture plumbing parts.
Junk King can ensure that your next home improvement project or office renovation is friendly to the environment by reusing and recycling debris and keeping it out of landfills. For instance, did you know that wood cutoffs can be used as mulch or that brick and masonry can make a serviceable driveway bedding?
Those are facts that you learn when you’ve helped literally thousands of clients with debris removal, yard waste removal projects, and foreclosure cleanouts.
Junk King is Committed to Going Green
What you might not know is that Junk King has received the Super Service Award from Angie’s List and remains the go-to yard waste and debris removal service for thousands of homeowners, condo associations, and businesses nationwide.
Another thing to realize is there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to debris removal. Whether you’re doing a small home renovation or overseeing a larger construction and demolition project, you can lower the amount of waste that makes its way to landfills and lower your carbon footprint by going with a green debris removal service.
Junk King helps homeowners and businesses responsibly dispose of, recycle, or donate construction and demolition debris wherever possible. The concrete that too often makes it way from a dumpster to a landfill can actually be recycled and used to make new roads and buildings.
Well-maintained carpet that’s removed intact from old bedrooms and offices for a renovation can also be donated to a nonprofit and count as a tax deduction. Organizations like Habitat for Humanity, which rebuild homes in disaster- or poverty-stricken areas, eagerly accept well-maintained carpeting and flooring for their ongoing projects.
In keeping with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle program, you might even consider reusing the old wood from dismantled cabinetry for other projects. And instead of smashing up old drywall sheets, you could try keeping them intact for creating new interior walls around your home or office.
Debris removal doesn’t have to be complicated: Call, text or book online with Junk King.