A major cleanout can be stressful and exhausting. Whether you’re planning for an upcoming cross-country move into a smaller house, cleaning out an elderly relative’s home before an estate sale or foreclosure, or gut-renovating your office and installing all-new fixtures, all of the junk you toss has to go somewhere. You can divide the trash and junk up into small loads and drive back and forth to the dump and the recycling center, wasting valuable time, fuel, and energy. Or you can save yourself the hassle by hiring a professional junk hauling team to do the heavy lifting and disposal for you. What exactly does a junk hauler do? It depends on the specific company, so consider your needs and your budget before making a hiring decision.
Some junk haul companies offer actual removal of items from your building among their services. Have a set of old appliances in the attic that don’t work anymore? Need to get rid of old furnishings in the space you’re leaving before the movers show up to pack up what you’re keeping? Junk haulers can carry those oversized items out of your home or workplace and deposit them in a truck or dumpster for later disposal. A major advantage of hiring a junk removal team that offers lifting is that you’re avoiding the risk of injury that comes with DIY removal of heavy objects–you might pull a muscle or drop that washing machine on your foot, but a professional will be able to take all necessary safety precautions. Junk hauling pros also use safeguards to ensure that no floors, walls, or fixtures are damaged during junk removal, so your cleanup process won’t have to include wall patching and paint touch-ups.