Post by josephepeek on Dec 20, 2019 6:49:27 GMT -5
We are running a craft business. We have various products but are mainly focusing on party decor items. Recently we opened a new store in Toronto. Now with the upcoming Halloween and Christmas season, we are going to double the production.
With the increased production, dealing with the production waste is a real trouble. I think it's the biggest problem with craft business! So, we need to find a way to properly dispose of the junk.
I'm thinking about calling a junk removal service for this.
Found this junk removal price estimator from Junk Works last week. I think these guys are really good. But I would like to hear your suggestions too. Any thoughts on this would be great!
Post by alfredscott on Mar 30, 2020 5:04:48 GMT -5
The staging of my house was completed recently. A lot of unwanted things were left over after the construction. As it was huge junk which was occupying a lot of space. I was wondering how to throw it. When I searched online I found that there is an option to recycle it. I started searching for companies that take up this service and enquired about the junk removal prices of each of these companies. Finally, I chose a company based on the price and hired them. The service personnel was so accommodating and they removed all the junk within a day. It gave me the utmost satisfaction as they were able to do it at a reasonable cost that fits my budget. Can anyone please tell me how much does a junk removal usually cost?
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