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Topics: Junk Removal Franchise
The average homeowner moves almost every seven years in the U.S. and for any number of reasons. And some will need an estate cleanout.
While it's true that foreclosures have steadily declined over the last 10 years, and home sales have increased, there a many reasons that estate cleanouts are needed.
For most people, winter means the holidays and looking forward to a new year. For others, it means time to downsize and take care of junk removal.
Downsizing can mean different things to different people, but it almost always requires getting rid of some unwanted belongings. And that's where junk removal comes in.
Depending on where you live, the weather is still good, but the days are getting shorter and winter is coming. Time to get rid of all that junk!
Regardless of whether you are an apartment renter, a homeowner, a contractor, or a business owner, junk removal is a regular part of life and is often a challenging task.
Self-storage units have become notorious for being abandoned while still full. Though some may see possible treasures, self-storage managers just see junk.
And there lies the problem: what to do with all the "junk" that didn't turn out to be valuable? That's when you need a good storage unit cleanout.
Are you a property manager or landlord? Do you have vacancies you can't lease because of all the junk in them? Then you need an expert property cleanout.
While you may think that cleanouts just "come with the territory" of being a property manager, it doesn't have to be a job you must do yourself.
For many, the holiday season tends to be a big source of stress. There’s shopping to do, traffic to endure, weather changes to manage, and the possibility of hosting a family event. Yes, holiday visitors can be stressful, but there are methods to dealing with that stress.
Let’s face it; dealing with junk can be scary. And we don’t just mean the prospect of having to clean it up. Sometimes, you come across stuff that’s truly, horribly, make-you-jump-up-and-squeal scary. Starting with the less frightening items, scary junk can include:
[This post was originally published in May 2016 and has been updated and revised.]
Every home (and business) has to deal with the issue of storing things. But storage often ends up as clutter, disorganization and junk removal.
So, the challenge for many of these homes and businesses is how to best organize their storage areas.
Residential construction can range from remodel, to a full renovation, or even a new building. And all of these projects require construction waste removal.
The question is whether to do it yourself or outsource that job?