Spring cleaning: The right way vs. The wrong way

The most wonderful time of the year? Not quite.

Our clocks have jumped ahead. The birds are chirping and the flowers are blooming. This can mean only one thing: spring cleaning is here! 

Is it a coincidence that cleaning and taxes share the same season? People may look at both with equal amounts of eager anticipation, but neither should make you break out into a cold sweat. 

Like your taxes, spring cleaning becomes much more manageable when you get the experts to help. You might even see benefits you didn’t know were there. As a tax accountant discovers that hidden write-off, the right kind of help can make your spring cleaning greener. 

Getting rid of unwanted or unused items is essential to living a cleaner, healthier life, but how can you do that without harming the environment? Until there is a blue box big enough for an old couch, your options are limited. 

The greenest option is using a professional junk removal service. After you point to it and find it gone, you will have the piece of mind that whatever can be recycled or donated will be kept out of the landfill. 

How much? A recent environmental audit showed that 1-800-GOT-JUNK? diverts 61.3% of everything they take away. That’s a lot of junk that will never harm the Earth. 

So when you are cleaning this spring give yourself and the environment a break and get the experts to take it all away the right way. 

Just not that box of receipts. You might need those.

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