The Pros and Cons of Your Options for Handling Debris During a Home Renovation
DIY Junk Removal: the Cons
It’s time-consuming. It’s not out of the question to estimate that DIY junk removal will set your remodel back by at least a couple of days.
As long as you’re remodeling, there’ll be junk to dispose of. The more extensive your renovation, the more likely it is that junk will pile up and get in the way quickly.
It’s labor intensive. Removing junk yourself can be exhausting (again - especially if you’re overseeing an extensive renovation).
If you’re not accustomed to handling large pieces or piles of debris, it can be easy to damage your property by handling it incorrectly.
Disposal can be difficult. Finding an appropriate place to dispose of your junk can be challenging if you’re looking at large piles or pieces of debris. Your trash container (and even the community Dumpster) will likely not cut it.
DIY Junk Removal: the Pros
Professional Junk Removal: the Cons
Professional Junk Removal: the Pros
It’s more efficient. Professionals can remove piles of debris much more easily than DIY-ers. On top of that, you won’t have to interrupt your renovation in order to get rid of junk.
It’s safer. Professional junk removers are trained to uphold high standards of safety, minimizing any hazards that could otherwise come with large amounts of junk being hauled around.
If time is money, it saves you a lot of that. Though DIY-ing might save you cash up front, professional junk removal will likely save you several days’ worth of time. If you’re taking time off work to do renovations or are paying contractors hourly, this can seriously add up.
It opens up your time and energy to focus on what matters: the future of your home.
Not Your Average Dump
We don’t just get it – we’re prepared for it, and we’re here for you. Our team of guys is all about teamwork, trustworthiness, and terrific service. We’re committed to excellence along every step of the junk removal process, and we leverage our expertise into a seamless, easy experience for you.
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Junk Reduction does not accept or remove items such as: fuels like gasoline, herbicides and pesticides, car fluids (such as oil and antifreeze), biohazard materials, items in dangerous areas, bleach and similar cleaners, wet paint, pressurized containers, or any other hazardous materials. Junk Reduction reserves the right to refuse service to individuals or areas that do not comply.