Man, it has been a CRAZY summer! We have been able to service many new clients, some old ones, and it was an EXTREMELY successful summer! We picked up two major duplex projects, one of which we will be finishing today, the other is a hoarder house project for the city with the end result of a Veteran’s center for Scranton! I must apologize…I have not updated the site as much as I would have liked to over the summer, but I am definitely striving to get better at this! Here are some things coming up from Junken Monkeys!
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This week we had the opportunity to clear out trash and debris from Pittston, PA. John and I set a timer, we got this cleaned up and were on our way to the next stop in 13 Minutes! In situations where we can, such as this, we are totally able to save our clients money as our labor fee was very very low.
Also, we always do our best to put your items back where they belong. Notice the garbage cans in each picture. Although not a cleaning company, we still take the extra steps to do our best to wow our clients.
Do you have a remodeling project coming up that you need the scraps removed? What project is it!? Share with us below!
Junk as seen upon arrival. A mattress, a shopping cart, and assorted junk
Junk as seen after Junken Monkeys removed the items.
The shopping cart was in perfect shape. We returned the cart to the Shopping center it was removed from.
When we remove junk, we always do our best to, when applicable, return the items that may not be yours, or that were left to you, back to their home. This was the case in Scranton, PA when a client had some unwanted items left in her yard. This was unfortunate, but we did our absolute best to accommodate and help her out.
As you can see in the pictures above. Her yard looked awesome once these items were removed. The mattress and the other waste was brought to the landfill, but the shopping cart was brought back to Gerrity’s Supermarket in West Scranton. When we have the opportunity to do the right thing, we always do it. The shopping cart obviously cost the store money to get and help their customers, so we did our part to help out as well.
Other unique ways to help out our community is to donate and recycle. Some items that we always recycle is clothing, metals, paper, plastic as well as other furniture/necessities.
In terms of pricing, this particular project fell under our minimum charge category due to the small labor and very few items. This is a good example of how our minimum pricing works.
Have you ever been left with unwanted junk visitors? What did you end up doing with them? Comment below and let us know your experience!
It’s one of my favorite spots any and every warm sunny day, my Deck! We had the opportunity to help a great family in Scranton, PA to enjoy their deck as soon as possible. The remodeling of their bathroom was complete, and it did make sense for them to put the old pieces on their back deck. When completed, they gave us a call! Please see the below and after photos from yet another successful clean up!
Construction debris tends to get very heavy, but we do it! From inside the house to outside, we find ways to get it done!
Do you have a pile of wood? Tile? cardboard (which we recycle!) Message us today for a free estimate!!!