It’s not easy moving your ageing loved one into a new location, whether it’s to a senior’s home or an assisted living center. The entire process can require a lot of energy, time, and emotion on top of the moving chaos. And after living in their home for as long as many decades, there’s often plenty of items that simply can’t be kept any longer. So what do you do when you’re relocating seniors? Call us to help!

Keeping Debris Contained

If your loved one has lived in the same home for decades, chances are there are a lot of items that need to be donated, recycled, or discarded. Fortunately, we can provide you with a bin which can be placed on the property to safely discard any belongings and keep the property free of debris. Once it’s filled up and you’re done with it, all you need to do is give us a call, and we will haul it away for you, hassle-free.

Removing Heavy Items

As soon as you retire, there should only be one thing on your to-do list — relaxing! You can leave any of the heavy items slated for removal to the pros. We’ll carry out any of your heavy junk and make sure it goes to the right place and not just the curb.

Disposing of Items Properly

Once you have distributed items to all the family members and friends, you just have to point us towards the leftover belongings, and we’ll take them away for you — no questions asked. And as part of our eco-service, we’ll sort through your items and donate or recycle them to avoid piling them into a landfill.

Moving Day Removal

We understand how difficult and emotional it can be when you’re relocating seniors to a new location. That’s why we show the utmost compassion and respect when removing any items from your family home. When there are things left over that you need taken care of, reach out to us, and we’ll help clear it out. Best of all, we can come right to your front door and provide a free estimate up front before you sign anything.

If you’re relocating seniors, don’t take it all on yourself. At Capital Junk, we’re ready to help you during your senior relocation process!

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