As Marie Kondo says in The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, there are two steps to effective tidying: discarding and storage. But it’s discarding—or junk removal—that must always come first. While Matthew Shoemuck and his partner Esteban were working on landscaping and general maintenance jobs, they realized that business owners and homeowners in their hometown of Vancouver had an even more pressing need. This realization inspired them to form Junk Removal Vancouver.
The company started out in the Port Moody and the Tri-Cities areas. But business grew, and so did the company. They soon expanded into North and South Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, and Port Coquitlam.
Vancouver is becoming a hub for a variety of booming industries driven forward with the red hot housing market. Whether it’s tech industries like RealSpace 3D or blue collar industries like Junk Removal Vancouver, the real estate industry in Vancouver and frequent turnover of houses keeps many different facets of Vancouver’s economy turning.
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Minimalist trends in recent years have further fueled their business. The concept of less is more, long popular in Japan, is being adopted by growing numbers of individuals in the West.
While not everyone is interested in adopting a minimalist lifestyle, nearly everyone does need junk removal from time to time. Besides, there’s no denying that when you clear away the clutter you get the feeling of a fresh start—whether it’s in your office or your home. And junk removal, especially in your place of business, can definitely boost productivity.
It’s certainly true, though, that problems do arise when you get around to doing all of that decluttering. Some items, like clothes and accessories, are no-brainers to dispose of. However, other items can be a bit of a hassle. For instance, you might be hesitant to throw out an old TV, simply because you’re not sure about the right way to dispose of it.
Thankfully, there are companies devoted to disposing of your clutter, companies like Junk Removal Vancouver.
Shoemuck and his partner decided to do things differently from other junk removal companies. Offering their services both to residential and commercial properties, they endeavor to give new life to as many pieces of clutter as possible. In short, they don’t throw everything out.
Unlike most garbage disposal companies, Junk Removal Vancouver donates re-usable items to charities like The Salvation Army. They also give out recyclable items to recycling hubs. This means they recycle excess cardboard or paper to create new cardboard and paper for future use. They take care to dispose properly and responsibly of sensitive and non-usable items such as battery waste. With this system, they reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfills and contribute to sustaining our environment.
Junk Removal Vancouver offers green waste management, furniture removal, electronics recycling, and renovation material. In addition, their uniformed staff also work on household clean-out, small business scrap metal removal, construction junk removal for both commercial and residential projects, and estate closeout cleaning.
The rates for these services depend on the amount of truck space your clutter consumes. It starts at $279 for ¼ truck load and goes up to $589 for a full load. Their prices include labor and same-day removal. Certain pieces will add to your cost. For instance, junk removal of a sofa will set you back $99, and a dining room table and chair set will cost $125 to dispose of.
On the other hand, senior citizens get a 10% discount when they inform the company ahead of time.
If you’re an entrepreneur still looking for the right business to get into, consider following the lead of Junk Removal Vancouver. They have made their company one of the most prominent cleaning agencies in the business by solving their customers’ junk removal problems at reasonable rates. And their commitment to sustainability sets them apart from their competition.
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