Tips On Staying Junk Free

There is nothing worse then waking up one day to realize that your entire home is filled with junk, rubbish and clutter. With being busy and having your schedules taking up so much time, the best way to remove all your junk is by never letting it get so bad.

If you are able to stay on top of things and take an hour every month to focus on reducing clutter, you’ll find yourself saving a lot of time in the long run. Look through these 5 tips to help you stay junk free.

Loose Paper: Are you one of those people that goes through large amounts of printer paper, mail and newspapers? Do you have a full room or table that’s covered with papers that are waiting to go through. To stay on top of everything try to go through a smaller pile at the end of each month, to remove any materials you don’t need.

Boxes: Chances are, you have a bunch of boxes laying around if you receive a high volume of packages to your home or business. Unless you plan on moving shortly, you should immediately break down and recycle boxes.

Old Clothes: One of the more difficult things to through away in terms of attachment, is your old clothes. Closets become over flooded and staying organized can quickly become an impossible task.  Luckily for you, during a junk removal job, Elite Services can take away all your close and donate them. Charities and community groups are always looking for clothes, so throwing them out is a waste.

Staying Clean: It’s a natural reaction that if you keep surfaces in your house dusted and clean, then you will be less inclined to allow junk. If you’re finding it hard to remove everything, start small and start with light cleanings around your home. Chances are that you’ll be very excited about the small improvements and they’ll push you do even more.

We are here to help!

For much of the North Shore area, Elite Services is here to help you with all you junk removal, recycling, donating and e-waste needs. For more information on how we can de-clutter your home, please feel free to give us a call at 978-317-5388 or fill out an online contact form.