Apartment Junk Removal
Trying to remove all that junk from an old or already furnished apartment can be challenging, given the apartment corridors are much smaller than those of a standard home. It can also be difficult trying to lift and remove furniture on the stairs, elevators, and any other areas that are shared or not accommodating to bulky furniture. With our apartment junk removal services, we take care of that for you as we know, firsthand, the best ways to remove junk from an apartment.
Apartment Junk Clean Outs
If your apartment is suffering from junk overload, we’re here to assist with apartment junk clean outs. We’ll work from top to bottom to remove all interiors of the apartment in order to make cleaning and remodeling easier to navigate and safer to perform. Apartment junk clean outs are often needed when a remodel project is in place and the building or property manager is attempting to gut the apartment efficiently and quickly. Apartment junk cleanouts don’t necessarily need to just consist of furniture and appliances, as they can include the building materials as well, such as light fixtures, carpet, flooring, drywall, and much more.
Remodeling debris is what’s left over after a remodeling project has been completed. This could be anything from taping that the painters left around newly painted surfaces, or ladders, building materials, spackle, mixing trays, and more. Whatever type of items are needed to complete a remodel project can sometimes be left behind by accident, especially when a remodel project consists of more than one apartment unit. We remove all of the leftovers in bulk so that each apartment is left spotless and ready for a tenant.
Carpet removal can be a tricky task, depending on how the carpet itself was installed. Some carpets are installed using glue, while others are either stapled or nailed into the floorboards. These staples and nails can go with the carpet when it is extracted from the floorboards so it’s important that the carpet is removed safely to avoid hurting yourself along the way, or dropping sharp objects on the ground for harm, during removal. Rolling and bundling the carpet ensures safer removal and complete removal from your home.
Electronic Waste and Excess Furniture
Electronic waste and other excess furniture can sometimes be present in a unit from previous tenants or owners. If you’re moving into a new property that needs to have the old tenant’s items removed or discarded, we can assist in doing so in a safe manner so that your new space isn’t damaged by the old tenant’s items. We’ll remove all of the excess furniture or electronic waste that you don’t anticipate on keeping and dispose of it accordingly so that you can make room for your newer furniture and electronics. Before getting rid of a previous tenant’s items, it’s recommended to check with any landlords or property managers to ensure such items can be removed before discarding them.