May 5th is Danbury Day and the city is looking for a few good volunteers to help clean up neighborhoods, schools and parks. It is a terrific way to show your pride in the town you enjoy living in. The volunteers will be provided with gloves, trash bags and other pick up tools. The hope is that after a few hours, Danbury will be looking fresh and clean.
This citywide cleanup project can only be accomplished with all those volunteers. Around your house, you might have your own cleanup project that needs some assistance to get done. To you might not be able to find your own squad of volunteers but you can always rely on Junk King Tri County.
Junk King Tri County is the latest franchise to join a nationwide chain of professional junk haulers. Being part of the Junk King brand means you have to adhere to certain standards of customer service. That begins with hiring the right workers. Every Junk King junk removal session is handled by a pair of capable movers. The prevailing wisdom is that if it took two movers to bring something into your home, then it’s going to take two movers to take it out again.
As for what those movers can take away, pretty much anything goes. The Junk King teams have hauled away pianos, sofas, recliners, futons, mattress and all kinds of kitchen appliances. They also can take away all your unwanted electronics. Those have to be disposed of responsibly and Junk King has a plan of action.
Junk King will go out of its way to make drop offs to recycling centers or charities. Most of what they collect can be repurposed. The crews have been trained to spot those items and designate them for a specific drop off. Of course, that entire drop off work will happen long after Junk King has left your property. Usually, it will only take a few minutes for the crew to load up all your stuff and be on their way to the next pick up. Fast and efficient: That is how Junk King operates.
When you’re ready to get rid of all the rubbish in your Danbury home, Junk King Tri County will be ready to spring into action. Put them to work today.