Yard Sale Tips From 123JUNK
Now that the sun is shinning and the weather is warm, you’re probably seeing all those “Yard Sale” signs popping up around your neighborhood. Whether your moving, re-organizing, or you just want to clean out your garage, basement, or crowded storage room, a Yard Sale is a great way to de-clutter. At the same time you can make a few extra bucks to go towards that beach vacation you’ve been saving up for this summer!
Here are some useful tips to help make your yard sale successful:
Donation, Consignment, and Making the Most of the Disposal Process
Customers often ask us about our charity network and exactly how it works. We have several charity partners throughout Northern Virginia and Maryland. Through a system of flex storage locations and sophisticated batching, we’re able to route.
Core Value – Environmental Stewardship
We call ourselves the “greenest junk removal company” in the DC area, period. It may be a bold claim at its surface, but everyone at 123JUNK stands behind that claim without any hesitation. The idea is to minimize our footprint on the environment and continually improve our operations so that we’re not wasting anything. We dedicate ourselves daily to protecting and improving the environment in which we all live and work.
Our Donate, Recylce, Dispose Process
It’s right there in our name, 123JUNK. Our three-step process isn’t drastically different than the processes that a lot of our competitors use, but it has one distinguishing characteristic—it’s in writing. We have articulated and put to paper our specific process so that everyone in the organization clearly understands that dumping is a last resort. It’s the refinement of that process that really sets us apart.
Press Release: Junk Removal Company Donates What Others Dump
Chantilly, VA – What is the first thing you think when you read or hear the words “junk removal?” If it’s a scrap yard or Fred Sanford, think again.
123Junk is a full-service junk removal company based in Chantilly, VA. It is a local company with firm roots in northern Virginia; in fact, its founder attended Chantilly High School. They go into homes, offices, apartments, garages, attics—you name it. They remove unwanted items and haul them away for a flat fee, which is based on the amount of space the items occupy in their trucks.
But where does it go from there?