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Estate Cleanouts And Junk Removal: A Few Tips

Posted by Junk King on Nov 23, 2022 5:00:00 AM

[This article was originally published in December 2016 and has been updated and revised.]

While most everyone needs junk removal at some point, some events are harder than others. And an estate cleanout can be one of those events.

However, there are some aspects of an estate cleanout that do not need to be handled on your your own. In fact, some of the more difficult tasks can be taken care of for you.

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, junk hauling, junk removal, Real Estate Junk Removal, house cleanouts, estate clean out

Why Should You Haul Junk Away Yourself?

Posted by Junk King on Oct 3, 2022 5:00:00 AM

[This article was originally published in September 2021. It has been revised and updated.]

In this life there will be junk. It is inevitable and, when the time comes, you may be think that the only solution is to haul junk away yourself. Not so.

It is certainly possible and people do it all the time. But just because you can haul away your own junk doesn't mean you should. 

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, junk hauling, DIY projects, household waste removal, haul junk away

5 Home Remodeling Projects For The Most ROI

Posted by Junk King on Aug 22, 2022 5:00:00 AM

 

[This article was previously published in November 2016. It has been updated and revised.]

With the real estate market still going strong, adding upgrades can increase the value of a home. But how do you know which remodeling projects to invest in?

Fortunately, there are plenty of industry experts who track the trends and the statistics and they update the rest of us each year on what's hot and what's not in home improvement.

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, junk hauling, home remodeling, construction debris removal, house cleanouts, home renovation

House Cleanouts, Recycling, And Saving Money

Posted by Junk King on Jun 3, 2022 5:00:00 AM

 

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?"

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, junk hauling, house cleanouts, house clean out services, junk removal services, recycling household junk

Moving Your Business And Junk Hauling

Posted by Junk King on May 23, 2022 5:00:00 AM

 

[This post was previously published in December 2020. It has been updated and expanded.]

Relocating your business can be stressful and moving all your office equipment and furniture can be overwhelming. But the junk hauling doesn't have to be.

Yet, smaller businesses often choose to do the moving themselves and, while this is certainly a reasonable option, it can also be an overwhelming task. When it comes to massive numbers of boxes or the larger furniture and office equipment, a plan is needed.

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Topics: junk hauling, office junk removal, office relocation, workplace junk removal, commercial junk hauling, business junk hauling

Yes, You Can Work On Your Yard Clean Up In The Winter!

Posted by Junk King on Jan 24, 2022 5:00:00 AM

 

[This post was originally published in November 2019 and has been updated and revised.] 

Most of us think spring or summer when it comes to pruning and yard clean up. But winter can be a great time to keep up on your yard work and maintenance.

After winterizing your home, you should know that mid-to-late winter is often a great time for pruning in many regions of the U.S. In fact, for non-Spring blooming plants, the dead of winter is one of the safest times to prune while the plants are dormant.

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, Yard Waste Removal, junk hauling, winterizing, landscaping debris

Junk Removal And Junk Hauling In Winter: Not A DIY Thing

Posted by Junk King on Nov 8, 2021 5:00:00 AM

 

A winter wonderland may be fine for walking in, but no one likes to clean up debris and haul junk in the midst of winter weather. So, what can you do?

In many situations, you really can't leave junk, trash, and debris laying in your yards all through the winter. And if it's in your garage or your house, you need it out of your way. 

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, junk hauling, junk removal, junk removal services, preparing for winter

Junk Hauling And Winterizing Your Home [Infographic]

Posted by Junk King on Nov 3, 2021 5:00:00 AM

 

[This article was originally published in October 2016 and has since been revised and updated.]

Winter is just over a month away and it's starting to get cold. So, now is a good time for your junk hauling tasks and to properly winterize your home.

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, Yard Waste Removal, junk hauling, junk removal, winterizing

When Your Junk Piles Are Bigger Than Your Trash Bins

Posted by Junk King on Aug 18, 2021 5:00:00 AM

 

You've spent the last who knows how many days (or weekends!) cleaning your property, and now you have a major trash removal project on your hands.

But the problem is that your piles of trash and debris are far larger than your residential trash bin that gets picked up once a week. So, what do you do about your bulk trash problem?

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Topics: junk hauling, bulk trash pickup, garbage removal, garbage hauling, bulk trash removal

Fire, Smoke, And Drought: California And Junk Hauling

Posted by Junk King on Aug 4, 2021 5:00:00 AM

 

These are not good times for California. Between heat waves, drought, wildfires, and smoke, the physical and economic damage has been devastating. 

And for many homes, even though they've escaped the flames, the smoke has damaged property and the lack of water has destroyed lawns and landscaping. Which means a growing need for junk hauling and removal.

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Topics: Damaged Furniture, junk hauling, furniture removal, yard waste disposal, smoke damage, fire damage

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