Furniture Removal in Orange County


Welcome to OC Junk Hauling – Your Trusted Partner for Furniture Removal in Orange County!

About Us: At OC Junk Hauling, we understand that moving or getting rid of furniture can be a daunting task. That’s why we’re here to make the process seamless and stress-free for you. With years of experience serving the Orange County community, we’ve perfected the art of furniture removal, ensuring that your belongings are handled with care and professionalism.

Our Services:

  • Residential Furniture Removal: Whether you’re moving to a new home or simply want to clear out some space, our expert team is here to help. We’ll safely and efficiently remove any furniture items you no longer need, from sofas and tables to bedroom sets and appliances.
  • Commercial Furniture Disposal: Upgrading your office furniture? Our commercial furniture removal services are designed to assist businesses in Orange County with disposing of old or unwanted office furniture. From desks and chairs to conference room tables, we’ve got you covered.
  • Eco-Friendly Approach: We’re committed to environmental responsibility. Whenever possible, we’ll recycle or donate furniture items to minimize waste and reduce our carbon footprint. You can trust that your discarded furniture will be handled in an environmentally conscious manner.

Why Choose Us:

  • Professional Team: Our team of experienced furniture removal experts is highly trained and dedicated to providing top-notch service. You can rely on us to handle your furniture with care and precision.
  • Convenience: We understand that your time is valuable. That’s why we offer flexible scheduling options to accommodate your busy lifestyle. Just let us know when it’s convenient for you, and we’ll take care of the rest.
  • Affordable Pricing: We believe that quality furniture removal shouldn’t break the bank. Our competitive pricing ensures that you receive exceptional service without overpaying.
  • Fully Insured: Your peace of mind is our priority. We’re fully insured, so you can rest assured that your furniture and property are protected throughout the removal process.

How It Works:

  1. Get a Quote: Contact us via phone or through our website to request a free, no-obligation quote. Provide us with some details about the furniture you need to remove.
  2. Schedule a Pickup: Once you’ve received your quote and are ready to proceed, we’ll work with you to schedule a pickup time that suits your schedule.
  3. Professional Removal: Our team will arrive on the scheduled date and efficiently remove the furniture items from your property. We’ll handle all the heavy lifting so you don’t have to worry about a thing.
  4. Environmentally Conscious Disposal: We’ll determine the best course of action for each item, whether that’s recycling, donating, or disposing of it responsibly.
  5. Payment: Our transparent pricing means no surprises. You can pay securely online or by other convenient methods.

Contact Us: Ready to reclaim your space? Contact OC Junk Hauling today for reliable and efficient furniture removal services in Orange County. Let us handle the heavy lifting while you enjoy a clutter-free environment.

Phone: 949-424-9265  Email: INFO@OCJUNKHAULING.COM Website: OC JUNK HAULING

Transform your space with OC Junk Hauling– Your Furniture Removal Partner in Orange County!


Bathroom Renovations Should Start in January


Disposal of Remodeling Debris In Orange County

Is one day as good as another to start a bathroom renovation project in the OC? Winter, Spring, Summer, or Autumn, all essentially are great days for homeowners to conduct in-house make-overs. Well, according to the wise, old, Farmers’ Almanac, the “Best Days for Home Repair” are December 26th to February 23rd.

Whether the authors came up with that time frame through the alignment of the stars, or just a historical survey of when home repairs have been done traditionally, does not matter. What matters is that if you needed motivation to modernize your bathroom, here it is, the month of January!

New fixtures and appliances coming into the house, of course, mean old things must go. You are not retaining the stained tub, leaking shower, cracked toilet, or scratched floor. This is where OC Junk Hauling enters the project. We will work with you and within your contractor’s schedule to “be there” to haul away unwanted items before they become an unsightly mess in your backyard or front lawn.

These bathroom home repair projects will take time and money, from drawing board to completion. There may be bumps along the way (haven’t you seen some of those home repair shows when the pulling up a floor or a look behind a wall ends up depleting the reserve funds? Hopefully, that won’t happen with your bathroom renovation project. But wouldn’t you like to go into the project knowing that one thing is a sure bet? That bet being whatever comes out of a wall, ceiling or floor will be hauled away quickly and cleanly.

Bathroom Home Repair Expenses

According to HomeAdvisor.com, these are the average prices for elements of a bathroom makeover. Low-Range, Mid-Range and High-Range figures included.

Install bathtub— $400-$1,500, $2,600-$4,100, $6,000-$8,000

Install shower— $450-$2,000, $3,000-$4,800, $6,000-$10000

Install toilet— $130-$250, $340-$480, $550-$780

Install flooring— $800-$2,000, $2,500-$3,600, $5,000-$7,000

January (into February) is the month to gear up for this project. Just contact OC Junk Hauling to provide a two-hour timeframe during which we can stop by to offer a cost-free, no-obligation price quote. Upon your approval, we can then schedule the removing of all unwanted items from your bathroom renovation project as they become “unwanted.” This removal process includes all labor, loading, and cleaning! Call OC Junk Hauling at 949-424-9265.



Improving Your Sports Cave


Sports cave creation was the topic of our monthly blog last January. https://ocjunkhauling.com/blogs/4-reasons-people-oc-consider-sports-cave/.

At the time, we had high hopes for all our CA teams. As the smoke clears this year, only two, the Los Angeles franchises of the Rams and Chargers, are in the thick of the playoff picture. So, those of you who heeded our advice to build a sports cave are sitting pretty. Friends are going to want to come over. Question is, is it just a hangout, or a place befitting of representing potential Super Bowl teams?

Don’t Over Do It

We get it. You are proud of every team tee-shirt, cap, ticket stub, monogrammed cup, and signed autograph that you have. But you can’t display them all. You don’t want a cluttered look. Then no one will look. Don’t mix the vibes of football stuff with baseball, hockey, etc.  Go with one team and sport per season.

Try to pick memorabilia items that have a story behind them. This facet repositions them from being just “placeholders” and into becoming “conversation pieces.”

Lots of photos? Instead of a bunch of picture frames on shelves and tables, why not create a picture frame collage. Sport can be art! Dress up your walls. You can have the “dogs playing poker” painting — or you can have something like the recent Legacy photo of Bart Starr, Brett Favre, and Aaron Rodgers on your wall or shelf. Now that is a conversation piece whether you are a Green Bay Packer fan or not!

Pick a number

Speaking of being a fan, you obviously have a favorite player. And most likely that player is on your favorite team. So, it stands to reason that you would have the most memorabilia for that team. Honor that player by displaying such memorabilia on the wall aligned in the shape of his number. For the sake of argument, let’s say his number is 12. Then lay out the small horizontal and vertical picture frames housing photographs, autographs and ticket stubs in that shape (something like this https://www.pinterest.com/pin/210050770096568502/)

From the moment you step in

Whatever carpet or tile you presently have in the room, consider having it ripped out! Either go big or don’t go at all, right? You want turf carpet!!! Green, indoor carpet. Or even green grass mat interlocking floor tiles. Make your sports cave well-grounded! Great idea, right?

But don’t rip up the carpet yourself. As we mentioned in a recent blog https://ocjunkhauling.com/blogs/three-reasons-to-avoid-doing-carpet-removal-yourself/ “It is not as easy as it looks. Carpet padding is heavy (you forgot about the padding, didn’t you? We didn’t!) You’re cutting, pulling, rolling, and carrying for hours;  get up to take it out of the home, then get down on your knees, tug and pull, and then get up again. It may look like it’s thin material, but hundreds of square feet of carpet and padding adds up.”

It also makes a huge mess in your house or garage or driveway. That’s when you call OC Junk Hauling. We will give you a free estimate and if you are happy, then we will happily haul away the old carpet. Give OC Junk Hauling a call at 949-424-9265. We feel our prices are reasonable.

And then enjoy the Super Bowl from the comfort of your sports cave.







CA a Top Place to Keep New Year’s Resolutions


Call OC Junk Hauling To Help With New Year Goals

Worried about trying to keep your newly made New Year’s Resolutions? At OC Junk Hauling we’ve got your back with moral support. According to the WalletHub website, your location may be setting you up for failure! But not if you live in California. We have multiple entries in their survey of the Best & Worst Cities for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions in 2019.



Best & Worst Cities for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

It’s easy to make New Year’s resolutions. The hard part is keeping them. But before you blame yourself entirely for your previous lack of success, consider this: Your location may be setting you up for failure. If you live in a neighborhood with no sidewalks or fitness centers nearby, for example, you may not feel as encouraged to exercise.

In the Top 20 alone:

  • 1 San Francisco
  • 3 San Diego
  • 5 Irvine
  • 6 San Jose
  • 11 Huntington Beach
  • 12 Fremont
  • 18 Los Angeles


Granted the OC is not overly represented vs other counties, but the point is CA has the positive atmosphere to help you stick with your resolutions. As WalletHub points out “If you live in a neighborhood with no sidewalks or fitness centers nearby, for example, you may not feel as encouraged to exercise. The same goes if most of your restaurant options are limited to fast food – You may be less likely to eat healthy on days you dine out.”

We have sidewalks, we have gyms, and we have plenty of healthy dining eateries. In most cases, resolutions are health-related: Lose weight; Eat better; Stop smoking; Get more exercise.

You can, of course, hedge your bets to keep health-related resolutions by clearing a space in your den or garage for some basic exercise equipment. An indoor exercise bicycle won’t take up much space. But what will?

According to an article in Better Homes and Garden, titled “Setting Up Your Own Home Gym,” these are basic measurements you should keep in mind when mapping out the space you need.

  • Stationary bike—10 sq. ft.
  • Stair climber—10-20 sq. ft.
  • Rowing machine—20 sq. ft
  • Free weights—20-50 sq. ft.
  • Treadmill—30 sq. ft.
  • Single-station gym—35 sq. ft.
  • Multistation gym—50-200 sq. ft.


Most likely this will require freeing up some residential space. In other words, decluttering of clothing boxes or items of furniture that were replaced by newer items but you just “didn’t get around” to remove. Now you have an even more valid reason to get rid of them. You need the exercise area to keep that New Year’s Resolution to live healthier!

Let OC Junk Hauling know exactly what you want to be hauled away, and we will give you a free, no-obligation estimate: sofas, sofa beds, tables, chairs, dressers, bookcases, books, clothing, lamps, file cabinets, or armoires.

We guarantee same day removal, a specific 2-hour arrival time window, and a “heads up we are on the way” phone call one-half hour before arrival.

Just exercise your fingers, OC Junk Hauling is a phone call away at 949-424-9265.




OC Recycles So Others May Receive


We Are Grateful To You For Using Us For Your Junk Hauling Needs

‘Tis better to give than receive? How do you feel about that? We like it very much.

The entire OC Junk Hauling family wish to take this moment to thank all of Orange County for giving us your business this past year. We don’t take it for granted. There are several competitors (sshhh!) you could go to or switch to, but you selected us.

Please keep your comments and reviews coming. They guide us on our path to serving you.

The other appreciation during this holiday season we would like to express is to our community partners who are the middle receivers of items we collect. As a supporter of the ‘green’ lifestyle, OC Junk Hauling really, really, works hard at staying away from landfills as much as possible with our cargo. If we can recycle or upcycle, we do.

In fact, we donate/recycle/reuse approximately 85% of the materials we remove. We are enthusiastic about recycling because it helps us provide our clients with the best prices and at the same time, we can keep Orange County clean & beautiful.

Whenever possible, we donate usable furniture, clothing, household goods, and other items to families in need. Our recycling program includes everything from household recyclables to asphalt shingles, metal, yard waste and more. If you want to ensure that your junk won’t trash the earth, use OC Junk Hauling for all your junk removal needs.

The beneficiaries are other people in the county. Because of the fires in other parts of the state, we know all too well what the faces of suffering people look like. Needing clothing or a gently used microwave or protection from someone who is trying to take an advantage has less to do with the kind of person you are and more with the circumstances you find yourself in.

We are proud to work with the following social agencies that help people in need.

Illumination Foundation

Over 55,000 people are homeless in Southern California each year. And as bad as that figure is, this is even more devastating: in Orange County, over 32,000 children are unstably housed, with 1 in 4 kids living below the poverty line.

Illumination Foundation works to break the cycle of homelessness by assessing clients to identify needs and provide immediate relief when necessary. This is followed by the care that combines housing, case management, medical care, mental health, and workforce services to decrease community dependency. Read more

Laura’s House

Adolescent dating abuse is disturbingly common in Orange County; 1 in 4 adolescents (girls and yes, even boys) is in a physically abusive relationship. That means that 1 in 4 of your children’s friends today is being hurt by a partner.

Laura’s Houseis dedicated to the prevention and treatment of Adolescent Dating Abuse, which is a pattern of behavior used to control and intimidate an adolescent partner. Read more

Human Options

“It can’t happen here,” is a phrase that is unfortunately so out of step in today’s world. Domestic violence is prevalent: 26.3% of Orange County women, as well as 40% in the state of California, report experiencing violence by an intimate partner.

Over 70% of the Human Options  budget is funded by private donations. That is where you come in. Funding from various resources gives these abused women and children the options of safety, healing, and a way forward. Read more

Goodwill of Orange County

Since 1924, Goodwill of Orange County has helped people with disabilities (mental, physical, emotional, etc.) find employment, become independent, and support themselves and their families.

Along the way it has become the OC’s leading employer with more than 900 employees and an annual budget of over $78 million. It has been recognized as one of the seven Best Companies to Work for in Orange County by OC Metro Magazine. Read more

Begins with Phone Call

By providing gently used (but no longer wanted) items or the sales proceeds of such items, these four agencies serve the needs of OC residents struggling with life’s hardships. We are honored to work with them in their missions.

And you make it possible with a single phone call to us for a pick-up job.

‘Tis better to give than receive? You bet!


Planning for the ‘Day After’ Holidays


Cleanup After The Holidays

Do you like to waste a day off from work doing work at your house? Think about it. That is exactly what you are doing when you spend Christmas day & the next day cleaning up from the holiday festivities. Same applies with New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Some smart planning on your part, which includes calling OC Junk Hauling, will be to your advantage.

Thinking Inside the Box

The same box procedure we advised in previous blogs about removing clothing clutter, applies here. You will have boxes for things to keep. And there will be boxes for things to be thrown out. The only difference is that the second set of boxes will contain trash bags to be filled. These will be the items OC Junk Hauling will take away for you.

  • Wrapping paper, after it’s all been torn off gifts, has a box waiting for it. Wrapping paper to be saved goes in the other box.
  • The clean-up of bottles & cans of soda, beer or other liquid refreshments from Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties will be easier if you set aside boxes for them to be tossed into right away— instead of adding to the housekeeping nightmare that most holiday parties become on the day after.
  • Paper plates, cups, and napkins go in a box (oh no, you are not going to use the fine china or even the weird china that cousin George brought you from his last overseas trip from wherever). Dinnerware will be left all over the place by guests. Do you want to wash all that or just slide disposables into a box?

Bathroom Before & After

You are having guests in your home. They may or may not stay in the party room or go into the kitchen, but most certainly at some point they will use your bathroom. Perhaps several times. For sanitary reasons, you will need to perform the same cleaning tasks before and after the party or dinner.

  • Use household cleaner, paper towels, and brushes to wipe down any dirty areas in the bathroom. This includes counters, mirrors, toilet bowl & seat, and the floor.
  • Empty out trash cans, add new liners, and have replacement liners on standby.
  • Buy an inexpensive set of hand towels to supply/refill the room throughout the night. This way your guests aren’t “cleaning their hands” on towels that have been used by a dozen people before them.
  • Put a fresh new dispenser or bar of soap, as well as bathroom tissue itself, in the bathroom.

The “before” used items will await in a trash bag for similar used items to be thrown in from the day after clean-up.

With all this preparation in mind, you will be in an almost “set it and forget it mode.” You just need to call us at OC Junk Hauling (949-424-9265) to make arrangements for the pick-up date and hours preferred. We’ll give you a no-charge hauling estimate. If you’re happy then you can enjoy the days leading up to the holidays, confident that you can party with family and friends because you have the clean-up end-game covered.


Convincing Children to Donate Unused Toys


Donate Your Clutter

One person’s trash is another’s treasure. At no time is that truer than during the holiday season when unwanted toys cluttering up your child’s room or the garage could be recycled and upcycled. Toys your child has outgrown can be hauled away for a donation to a service agency.

Problem is getting your child to part with the toy. To help solve this dilemma, we searched the internet for processes that others said worked for them.

Child Convincing Choices

Anne, responding to this question in Stretcher.com wrote that she initiated a conversation with her daughter about less fortunate kids who would give special love to her toys. Her daughter’s response was unique. “She came up with the idea of asking the toy itself (!) whether it would like to go and help another child have fun. We then had this rather amazing scene where she asked each toy and then listened to its (silent) response.”

Some toys were “eager” to go, others not so. “We were able to say goodbye to about half of them while respecting her emotional attachment, and she gained new compassion for others. The scene is one I’ll never forget!”

There are other worthwhile suggestions in the article on this Stretcher.com web page.

Zina at the Let’s Lasso the Moon website suggests a clever psychological maneuver. Capitalize on the child appreciating “growing up” a little. Then select a toy more age-appropriate for a younger child. Then ask your kid, “Do you remember when you were a kindergartner and you used to play with this all the time? Should we give it to another four-year-old to enjoy?”

Amy Trager, a certified professional organizer, is quoted in Fatherly.com as suggesting you begin giving your child some insight to clutter control.  “Limit the space they have to store their toys,” she says. “Tell the child they can keep whatever toys fit into a certain bin, basket or toy chest.”

Now, we don’t think the suggestion refers to a container the size of a shoe box. Make it a good-sized box. But— when a new toy comes in, then something old and not popular must move to a donation box. It’s not being thrown away by you. It is just moving on to another child’s “in” box.

Clutter does not have to be old newspapers and dozens of half-empty paint cans. It can be composed of perfectly functional items such as unused— but still loved— toys.  Teach your child during the holiday season that giving his/her toys away as a donation can be as much fun as receiving.

Then call OC Junk Hauling, we will remove swing sets, peddle cars, tricycles, and boxes of toys. Call 949-424-9265 for a free estimate.


Coordinated Cleaning of Closet Clutter


CLUTTER. We don’t wish it on anyone. Really, we don’t. But, at OC Junk Hauling we’ve been in business for over a decade, serving residential and commercial requests to haul away cutter. In the spirit of Thanksgiving coming up in a few weeks, we would like to thank you for your past, current, and future business by sharing some de-cluttering tips for one area— your closet.

Nowhere in your house is that old saying, “out of sight, out of mind” truer than behind the closed door of your closet.

Everything Out

Remove everything from the closet. Human behavior dictates that you may not wish to go through all the trouble of putting EVERYTHING back. So, your mindset will already be in gear to look for items that you really don’t need or use anymore.

Then when returning each item, look at it. Obvious question is, “does it fit?” Everybody asks that. Less obvious is, “I know why I bought it then, but would I buy it now?” And that, of course, leads to “would I still wear it now?”

If you’re not sure if the dress, shirt, blouse or jeans even fit, then that may be an indicator you indeed have not worn it in a while. And the reason for that is…? We’ll let you think on that.

Hanger Trick

Speaking of thinking, this is a great idea that we’ve seen featured in more than a few “closet tip” posts. The “Hanger Trick” involves reverse replacing all the items on hangers with the hook facing you. As you wear & return, put them back facing away. At the end of six months, how many are still facing you? Those are the ones that have gone untouched and are prime candidates to be removed.

The same concept can be applied to shoes. Take them off the floor and put them on the door. Face shoes away from you and after use have them face you. Give it six months or a year. If certain shoes aren’t looking at you, then you surely have not been looking at them for any of your outfits.

After you have conducted a coordinated cleaning of closet clutter with these five tips, you should have a pile or two of clothes and shoes that are no longer of use to you. But don’t toss away. If they are still wearable, give OC Junk Hauling a call and we can transport to worthy community organizations that recycle them. A woman’s black pantsuit or man’s dark blue suit might not fit your needs but think of what those items would mean to someone less fortunate who is going out on a job interview.

We guarantee same day removal, a free no obligation estimate, a specific 2-hour arrival time window, and a “heads up we are on the way” phone call one-half hour before arrival.

Big or small haul, OC Junk Hauling is a phone call away at 949-424-9265.


Water Runoff, What It Is and What You Can Do


Residential water runoff is an issue that should concern everyone in Orange County. It is a critical source of water pollution in ponds, rivers, streams, lakes, and reservoirs. Because of this concern, 35 communities in the OC have joined up for the H2OC initiative which is a cooperative stormwater program. As a green-themed business, OC Junk Hauling salutes these communities and their efforts to keep our drinking & recreational waters clean.

Among those communities are Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Fountain valley, Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Los Alamitos, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, and Seal Beach.

Runoff, simply put, is rainwater that runs off your roof or driveway that IS NOT absorbed by the soil. Hard ground. Loose soil. Garbage and debris. Any and all of these contribute to the water not being properly absorbed into the ground. As runoff moves, it picks up and carries pollution. This can include trash, leaves, branches, oil, grease, antifreeze, pesticides, fertilizers and pet waste.

The sad result is contamination of water used for drinking, swimming, fishing and recreational areas.

The H2OC program offers several solutions which include rain barrels, mulch, and most interestingly rain gardens.


Described most efficiently by the University of California Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County, a rain garden “mimics nature: it intercepts run-off, decreases erosion, reduces pollutant transport, irrigates the plants in it, and acts as a mini-filtration system as it sends the rainwater back down into the aquifer.”

For a full description of how to build a rain garden, click here

The University of California (UC) suggests the following plants for Southern California rain gardens:

    • Creeping Wildrye: High water needs
    • Yerba Mansa: High water needs and can be used in the shade
    • NZ bush sedge: High water needs and can be used in the shade
    • Basket Rush: High water needs
    • Clustered Field Sedge: Medium water needs
    • Salt Grass: Medium water needs
    • Common/Spreading Rush: Medium water needs
    • Blue Sedge: Medium water needs and can be used in the shade
    • Mexican Rush: Medium water needs
    • Southwestern Spiny Rush: Medium water needs
    • Hummingbird Sage: Low water needs can be used in the shade
    • California polypody Fern: Low water needs and can be used in the shade
    • Common Yarrow: Low water needs
    • California Fuchsia: Low water needs

UC adds that this colorful garden will be natural-looking many months of the year and will attract birds, bees, butterflies, and beneficial insects as well.

OC Junk Hauling stands ready to assist you with your garden by taking away any trash, leaves, and bushes already on site, as well as any bags, containers, and unused supplies for the rain garden. Give us a call at 949-424-9265 and we will work with you to schedule one or several visits as you do your part to keep the OC safe from water runoff pollution.




What’s In Your Garage And Why Isn’t It Your Car?


Garage Clean Out In Orange County

Hands raised Orange County— how many of you put two cars in your two-car garage? One car in the two-car garage? One car in a one-car garage? According to Kelley Blue Book, the estimated average transaction price for light vehicles in the USA was $36,270 as of January 2018. That is a large investment to leave exposed to rain and sun just because you have shoved a lot of clutter into the garage.

As a locally owned and operated business, OC Junk Hauling drives all over Orange County. We see your garages. We see your closed-door garages; no doubt some of you are very embarrassed to let neighbors see inside. We are here to help you clear the clutter.

To begin with, you are not alone. Gladiator® GarageWorks, a leader in garage organization and storage systems, conducted a survey in 2015. One out of four respondents admitted that his/her garage was so unorganized that not even one car could be secured, let alone two.

Everything that does not belong in the house goes there. Old lawnmower to dispose of. Bikes. Exercise equipment to dispose of. Old sofa to dispose of. Holiday decoration boxes. Tools. Craft projects started but not completed (or ever will be). Old microwave to dispose of. Toys the kids have outgrown to dispose of. See a pattern?

And in a 2017 survey conducted for Gladiator, the Kelton Global insights research firm found that “one third of homeowners don’t even know what is stored in their garage.” No doubt that sounds familiar to you.

OC Junk Hauling has two suggestions. Let us take away all those “to dispose of” items, and then let’s organize what’s left.

After a free initial consultation, and with your permission, our experienced team will visit your garage for an on-the-scene evaluation. The time to do the clean up and cost will be presented to you. You may sign up for the service or take your time to think about it. No pressure on you.

Once you’ve decided that the project is a go, we will return to work with you to clear away unwanted items, pick up items that can be recycled, upcycled and disposed of.

Dealing With What Stays

That will leave us with just the items you wish to keep. Organization is the key. Don’t just throw items to the side. Consider “finishing” the garage with shelves and storage systems. Possibly you can place cabinets into the mix.

Zones are another idea. Segmenting areas of the garage for sporting goods, lawn and garden equipment, and other hobbies will make items easier to find.

This will have ramifications beyond keeping your car safer from the elements.

According to the Kelton Global survey, not only does a refreshed garage offer new storage possibilities, it also can increase property value:

  • 75% of Americans believed a  garage should be an extension of the home,
  • 65% of Americans expressed that they would be willing to pay more for a new home with a storage system and cabinets already in their garage,
  • 85% felt when purchasing a home, those having built-in storage systems and cabinets in the garage would impact their purchase decision-making process.

After our team has removed boxes and bags of unwanted items, helped move items into place for organized shelving, and swept up the floor, there is only one thing left for you to do.

Drive your car into your garage.

Feel free to call OC Junk Haling 24/7 at (949) 424-9265

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