Austin Junk Hauling: Do You Need a Junk Hauling Contractor to Help You with Your Spring Cleaning?

Posted: March 10, 2014 in junk removal
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Austin Junk HaulingIt’s that time of the year again – time for spring cleaning! Are you going to handle it yourself or are you going to hire a professional junk hauling contractor?

If you’re unsure of whether you need a professional junk hauling contractor to assist you with your spring cleaning, first consider how much junk you’ll be getting rid of. If you’re getting rid of more than a car-load, it’ll be easier to hire a contractor than to make multiple trips to the dump.

Next, consider the kind of junk you’re getting rid of. If you’re getting rid of some trash (stained clothes, ruined furniture, etc.), some recyclables (anything glass, paper, etc.) and some items that can be donated (good furniture, home décor, clothes and shoes), it’ll save you quite a bit of time to let a professional figure out what to do with all the stuff. Just make sure to specify that you want all the recyclable items recycled and the donate-able items donated.

Third, consider the cost of your time. While hauling your junk away yourself will be cheaper than hiring a professional, it’ll take way more time. By the time you factor in your time costs and the financial cost of dumping fees, it might be better for you to simply get someone else to deal with your junk.

Lastly, consider possible damage to your house and car as well as your health. Hauling junk to the dump or recycling center can ruin the interior of your car and moving junk around your home can result in nicked walls and damaged floors. More importantly, however, is your health. If you’re not in the best of health or if you have back problems, you should not haul away your own junk.

If after considering these things, you decide you would prefer to hire a professional Austin junk hauling contractor, you can find Dirty Work on Facebook, Twitter or Google+.

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