It’s never easy when a loved one passes away. And, when you’re already mourning the one you have lost, handling their estate clean out can simply be too much to handle. So don’t worry about sorting it out on your own. With Johnson Junk Removal, you’ll have professional assistance in tidying up the estate. That way, you can focus on what’s important—your family, your friends, and yourself. You need the time to grieve. We’ll take it from here.
To start scheduling your estate clean out services, simply give us a call. Or, alternatively, you can contact us online. No matter how you go about it, you’ll soon be speaking with a friendly and courteous Johnson Junk Removal employee. They’ll be ready to assist you in choosing a day for your appointment. Just tell them some details about what sort of items we can expect to work with, and how many of them there are. That way, we can prepare an over-the-phone cost estimate for you. Our prices are always upfront and affordable—that’s our promise to you.
On the day of our arrival, we’ll give you a courtesy call before we show up so you know we’re on our way. Then, simply invite us in and show us all the belongings we’ll be working with. That way, we can calculate a final, no-obligations quote for you. This price doesn’t ever change as we work. It’s final and “locked in”. So, once you accept our quote, you don’t have to worry about hidden fees.
During our estate clean out services, we’ll work with you so we know what’s good to keep and what’s good to go. We’ll also work respectfully and keep it professional as we clean up around the estate. A home filled with so many fond memories deserves our best, after all.
Donating Used Belongings
We can both reduce a waste and do a good deed in honor of your loved one by donating gently used belongings that you have no need for. Clothing, furniture, and additional items are excellent choices for donation, and they will surely be appreciated by someone else in need. You’ll even receive a tax write-off for your contributions. Together, we can pass on some goodwill and help those who are struggling in our community. It’s simply the right thing to do.