[This article was originally published in April 2019 and has been expanded and revised.]
You might only think of your home when you think 'spring cleaning', but workplaces need decluttering and junk removal, as well.
Offices, shops, warehouses, and even manufacturing facilities need to be decluttered and cleaned periodically. And spring cleaning for the workplace is a good way to make that happen.
[This article was originally published in September 2020 and has been revised and updated.]
If you're a business owner or manager, it's likely that your enterprise is considered a "small business" by the SBA. But your junk removal needs may not be small.
Even if your company is made up of just a half a dozen employees, for example, junk removal can be a recurring necessity that you aren't set up to take care of effectively. So, what can you do?
[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.
[This post was originally published in May 2019 and has been update and revised.]
If you have a business with excess junk material or equipment, what do you do with it? Leaving it in your parking lot or loading dock area is not on option.
As a business owner or manager, getting rid of excess junk or trash is probably not in your job description. But there are options to doing it yourself.
Whether you're a manufacturer that needs to dispose of old equipment or scrap materials, or your company is relocating and getting rid of old office furniture, it can be a major operation.
[This blog post was first published on April 5, 2019 and has been updated and revised.]
If you are a business owner or manager, you may find that you need commercial junk removal for a job that is big for your staff to do themselves. The question then becomes, “How do I find a reliable commercial junk removal service?"
One problem might be that there are too few choices. But, it’s more likely that, depending on where your place of business is located, you may have the problem of far too many choices.
Okay, so you have to get some junk removed and hauled away once in a while. But who says you have to do it yourself?
Sometimes the junk and debris you collect or generate at your business is more than can be easily placed in your industrial dumpster out back. Sometimes it's more than will even fit in the dumpster! What do you do then?
Relocating to a new office or building should be planned well in advance. Having a planning checklist can help.
Almost every business has this one thing in common: they all produce junk that has to be hauled away. But there's good news for business owners with junk!