As a culture, we tend to collect a lot of junk. We give and receive gifts, purchase things we don’t need, and hold on to items that are no longer usable for either sentimental reasons or because we don’t know what else to do with them. And while we spend a lot of time collecting stuff, we don’t usually give that same amount of time to getting rid of it. If you feel like you’re drowning in junk, it’s probably time to do some de-cluttering and you may be surprised at how good it feels to clear out your home, garage, or storage unit.
Your garage may be the most unattractive area of your home as it collects all sorts of clutter and junk. And while most people never see your garage, it may give you some peace of mind to see a clear, organized, and clutter-free space with conscious efforts in garage junk removal.
You may be shutting down a restaurant for good or expanding to a bigger and better location. Either way, you will be left with appliances, furniture, and debris that need to be disposed of carefully to keep the environment and the surrounding communities safe. Junk Command understands your needs when closing or relocating a restaurant. We’re here through the entire junk removal process from pick up to clean up.
From office electronics like printers and scanners, to furniture like desks and cubicles, the amount of waste that comes out of an office move can be overwhelming. Part of being a responsible business owner is taking into account the effect that waste has on the environment and the community, so it’s important to take the right steps to dispose of your office equipment.
It’s that time of year. Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, the temperature is rising, and it’s time for spring cleaning. The changing season offers a great opportunity to go through your house and eliminate junk that you don’t use or need. It’s also the best time to spruce up your lawn and garden so you can enjoy it in the coming months.
Did you know that in Minnesota, as well as other states, it is actually illegal to dispose of certain electronics in regular trash removal services? In fact, in California in 2011, Target corporation agreed to pay out $22.5 million for charges that more than 240 Target stores over several years unlawfully disposed of toxic materials including batteries and electronics.
I’m sure we’ve all wondered now and then where the things we put in the trash end up. It’s easy to put it out of your mind once they leave your house, but it’s important to be conscious of the impact that your waste has on the world. You should always do your best to avoid just trashing unwanted items because you never know how they could be reused or recycled.
You may not think of furniture as waste in the same way you do plastic bottles or used Starbucks cups. But furniture, like other forms of trash, can end up in landfills just as easily, which is disappointing when you consider the saying: one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
At Junk Command, making sure your appliances are recycled properly is as important to us as it is to the environment and the local community here in Minneapolis – St. Paul. The reality is, appliance waste has a major impact on our environment and whether you’re moving out, or just replacing old appliances, it’s important to be conscious of how your waste affects the rest of the planet and dispose of your belongings safely.
There is nothing quite as satisfying as getting rid of clutter. And while a garage sale or estate sale is a great way to get rid of unwanted junk and make a few extra bucks, such sales are often done out of necessity.