Dealing with a loved one's things after their passing can feel like an uphill battle and is never an easy task. The emotional toll that an estate cleanup may take on the surviving members of a family can be significant.
Are you sick of seeing the same old flooring in your house? Perhaps it's time for an update! Updating your flooring may not only improve the overall appearance and feel of your house, but it can also increase the value of your property. However, before you embark on a new flooring project, there are a few things you should bear in mind.
Let Junk King help you understand everything from how frequently you should replace your floors to what to do with the old flooring after it has been removed. And don't worry about dealing with all that extra junk - our Junk King crew can come in and assist with old flooring removal, leaving you to enjoy your gorgeous new floors!
Are you tired of your old, rundown RV taking up valuable space on your property? Don't just let it sit there gathering dust - consider gutting it and transforming it into something new and exciting!
With a little creativity and some help from the experts at Junk King, you can turn your drab RV into a stunning mobile home, art studio, or even a pet grooming business. Let Junk King guide you through the process of gutting an old RV and share some fun ideas for what to do with the space once it's ready for its next adventure.
[This article was originally published in December 2016 and has been revised and expanded.]
Foreclosure cleanouts are bad enough, but having to clean out a property in winter can be a challenge. But you don't have to do it all yourself.
No one likes to work in the rain. Or the snow and cold. But prepping a foreclosed property for the market can happen at any time of year, including winter. And it can be a big job.
So, you made the decision, sold your home, and got a smaller house. Downsizing was the right decision at this stage of your life.
And that move also means minimizing your belonging. But what do you keep and what do you get rid of? What is essential and what has now become excess junk?
Everyone likes to save money. And with inflation, skyrocketing gas prices, and seemingly random shortages, saving on services like junk hauling matters.
And one of the ways you can save on junk hauling fees is to recycle as much of your own junk and house cleanout debris as possible first. But the question might be "What can be recycled?"
[This post was originally published in February 2018 and has been updated and revised.]
Homeowners sell every six-to-seven years an average. Other homes are left behind as part of an estate, while others are vacated rentals. And they all need clean outs.
Oftentimes, this task falls to a real estate professional. but clean outs and junk removal are not typically part of their skill set.
When a home is vacated after a foreclosure, the home needs to be cleaned out before it is put up for auction or sold through a Realtor. A cleaning business is hired to get the home ready for potential buyers.
A foreclosure cleanout is often a great deal of work. In addition to simply cleaning the house and the property, there is often abandoned furniture and trash that must be gotten rid of.