Three Common Customer Problems

Three Common Customer Problems

Author: Tim Hyland | | Categories: Demolition Services , DIY , Home Improvement , Junk Removal , Space Savers

I can't fit my car in my garage!

 

This is a common problem that is seen with many clients, and is common across North America. Often the car will start out in the garage, but as the years go by things accumulate and soon enough the car is sitting in the driveway full time.

 

The easiest solution is smart storage. Too often garages are the last space available, and things end up piling up to be forgotten. Adding sturdy shelving on the walls that extends all the way to the ceiling to make the most of the height, will greatly increase not only the available floor space in your garage, but will make everything easier to find and use. A combination of creating proper storage for the things you really need to keep, and calling Junk Canada to get rid of those that you don’t, will help you reclaim your garage

 

My garage/shed is collapsing!

 

There are only two options to solve this problem. The first one is hiring a contractor to fix any foundational or framing issues in the structure, like inadequate footings or rotten posts. You can then do any re-framing or replace sections of walls, as necessary. The second option is hiring Junk Canada to come and carefully remove the whole garage, piece by piece as to avoid disturbing the rest of your property and then either replacing it with a new shed, or utilizing the space for more outdoor living or a garden.  

 

I can't figure out what to get rid of!

 

The best way to determine what to get rid of and what to keep, whether it is clothes, furniture, or knick knacks, is to ask yourself whether you have used it in the past year. If the answer is no, then you should sell it, donate it, or throw it out. It is difficult to part with our things, especially those we have had for a long time, because they can come to represent a part of you. However, it is very freeing to get rid of things, as they have gradually come to way you down. If you haven’t used it recently, or can’t think of the last time you did, it could probably be better used by someone else.

 

 



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