Monthly Archives: February 2014

GOING TO PUT YOUR HOUSE UP FOR SALE IN THE SPRING? YOU’VE GOT A LOT TO CONSIDER

Spring represents many things in the DC Metro area – warmer weather, driving home in daylight, flowers blooming, and the start of baseball season (Go Nats!).  It’s also the time of year when many people decide to put their home up for sale.  While there are many factors that determine how quickly a home sells and for what price, it’s safe to assume that potential buyers will be looking for a place they might someday call their own.

There are a number of experts ready to assist you in the home selling process.  Realtors, Professional Organizers, and Real Estate Staging Professionals are only a few of the important people who will advise you on how to present your home in the best possible light.  One thing that these experts might all agree on is that the more ‘clutter’ you have, the more difficult it will be for the future owners to imagine themselves living there.  This is where Eco City Junk comes in.  We’ve been to hundreds of homes with one mission – remove the items that are no longer needed or wanted.  Why pay a moving company to take items that you haven’t used in years?  A single Eco City Junk truck can hold almost 7 pickup trucks worth of space – giving us the ability to remove items you might not need when moving and/or downsizing.  Whether you have items that must go from the inside or outside of your home, we can help.  We remove hot tubs, old swing sets, unsightly yard sheds, and other yard debris that might be impacting your home’s curb appeal.  If you’ve recently lost a loved one and are responsible for the estate which includes the sale of property, we’ve handled whole house cleanouts on numerous occasions.

We recycle, repurpose, and redistribute as much as possible with every job we do.  Once you’ve gone through your home and made decisions on what you no longer need or want, contact us and we will take care of the rest.  If you’re planning on selling your house, Eco City Junk can play a part in helping the process go smoothly.