Junk Pick Up
We offer full service junk removal. That means junk in any state, whether it's bagged, bundled and ready to be taken from the curb to our truck, or completely disorganized and untouched. Doesn't matter to us either way. Just tell us where to go, and we'll pick it up and haul it way.
There are many reasons you might need to avail yourself of junk pick-up. One reason you might need to is related to the season of the year. During spring many of us start to clean out our homes inside and out. During spring cleaning, we wash windows inside and out. We clean siding and gutters, that may be full of leaves, nuts and other debris. Cleaning outdoor areas like patios and decks of debris, by sweeping or power washing. And an integral part of the spring cleaning process is decluttering. Giving away things you don't want. Boxing up things you don't want. Selling them. And throwing some things away. After doing all the work of spring cleaning, it can be a real paint in the foot to do the work of hauling all that stuff off to the dump or donating it or otherwise getting rid of it. That's where we come in. We will pick up the junk for you, a phone call and it's done. Imagine how much time that frees you up for to do other cleaning or whatever else you want for that matter?
Another time you might start thinking about getting rid of the junk you don't want is in winter time. Along with the colder temperatures across the region, winter also brings bad weather in the form of snow, ice, freezing rain and other kinds of damaging weather. When old man winter strikes, he can take down outdoor objects, sling mound of mud around, weigh down tree branches to snapping, and toss around all kind of other debris. Once the snow and ice has thawed away, there can be large amounts of debris left behind that needs to be picked up and hauled away. Sure you could spend a weekend doing it yourself in frigid temperatures, but you could also just call a junk pick up service like ours to take care of it for you. Especially for bulk items, which are might not be single objects but stuff like mound of mud and dirt or bricks. Jobs like these are not one person jobs. And even once you've got the labor power, you've still got to get it all to the dump.
Summer and fall are just as adept at producing junk, but in different ways. In the Fall, there is the seeming endless production of fallen leaves and other yard debris. Here in Chelsea, it seems like the whole city moves in September too, so there is the constant churn of household items that cannot be (or will not be) processed by the municipal garbage collection. If you're a landlord, you want your property cleaned out and ready to be prepared for the next tenant, and if your a tenant you want to get your unit as clean as possible before you move. In the stir of moving places junk removal is probably low on the list of priorities. Why not strike it from the list completely by calling professionals?
The same goes for the summer. You want to maximize whatever space you have, since we live close around here. That means cleaning out that basement, porch, front and backyard. Anything that isn't contributing to your enjoyment of your space can go. Sure, best case that stuff is gone in the spring, but sometimes for whatever reasons it doesn't happen until the dog days. No need get buddies to carry heavy furniture, exercise equipment, and old electronics in the sweltering sun. There's a better way. Give us a call.