You’ve decided that you don’t have the time, or the energy, to get rid of the junk on your own and it is time to call in the pros. How do you know what to expect? What questions should I ask? Here are some things to look for when making that decision!
One could probably add, “the right equipment” under this heading as well! If you went into a dentist’s office for a cleaning and they didn’t have half of what they needed, wouldn’t you be confused? It’s works the same with a junk removal company, having the proper equipment is necessary for doing a quality job. Do they have access to a front end loader if the job calls for heavy equipment? Think about what you’re having removed and ask probing questions about the methods they may employ.
The company you work with needs to have a quality and established system of junk disposal. If they can handle hazardous waste, be sure they separate the hazardous from non-hazardous waste. This is a really big deal to the environment. They should throw away hazardous and non-hazardous junk in a trustworthy manner, with a mind for environmental protection. Check out this article on OpEdNews.com that talks about the future of green junk removal. Hopefully your junk removal company has some of these practices in place already. Junk Bros always attempts to recycle when possible. Here’s our blog article on this subject!
When you have junk, you want it gone, right? When working with a junk removal company they should be prompt and speedy with their removal. They should be able to get to you within 24 to 48 hours after your call unless there are extenuating circumstances.
A great company will remove everything! Everything that you want removed of course. No one wants to pay a company to remove junk from their home or business and then have to take something to the dump themselves! Be sure to specify exactly what goes and what your expectations are before the work begins.
Reviews are a great way to determine a company’s overall trust factor. Of course, like most things, this can be a bit subjective. But, if you look on Google for instance and see 125 reviews and a vast majority are 4 or 5 stars, you should be able to feel good that this company typically does good work. Whether it’s Google, Facebook, Yelp, etc. do a little bit of digging and get an idea of what type of reputation this company may have.