The best way for G.I. Junk Removal to support and serve our community, customers, and employees during this time is to ensure compliance with standing "Stay Home, Stay Safe" directives. It is not possible to guarantee social distancing otherwise, and we can not justify the use of PPE by our crews that could otherwise go to medical personnel. For this reason, we are suspending service until Oregon's "Stay Home, Stay Safe" directive is lifted.
We know that many people are stuck at home right now and that can be a great time to tackle your nagging home projects, likely resulting in the need for removal of junk or debris before or after your project. We are continuing to book jobs with the understanding that they can't be completed until the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" directive is lifted.
During this time, if you call or Book Online, we will offer a 10% discount on your service (to be completed upon the lifting of the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" directive).
Thanks for your understanding and patience during this time. Please stay safe out there.
With the growing cases of Coronavirus or COVID-19 all over the world, many are practicing social distancing and voluntary or mandatory quarantine. All these can help in preventing the spread of the virus. While on quarantine, some may feel fear, loneliness, and unproductive. It does not have to be a scary thing. Remember that this is not only a way of protecting yourself, but your loved ones too.
G.I. Junk understands that you need our assistance during these trying times. Here are some ways on how you can counterbalance the negative emotions while on quarantine.
Did you know still today that 90% of all products shipped in the united states are still being sent using cardboard packaging? If you don’t believe this just try to remember the last product that you got that wasn’t sent in a cardboard box. If you have a lot of cardboard material laying around your house for St Patrick's day this article will tell some tips of how to reuse them for this holiday.
The thought of the military always brings to mind images of strong men in camouflage gear with weapons. It rarely reminds us of women who transcended the barriers of gender and played key roles in the success of the military throughout history.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, G.I Junk features three women who are beautiful not only because they are women, but because they showed extraordinary courage and strength as women Veterans.
During this year’s Black History Month, G.I. Junk Removal wants to recognize some of the Black Men and Women who bravely fought for our country.
Piles of trash and clutter can multiply quickly around your property if you're not careful. Although it seems easy and acceptable to let a few things pile up here and there, you'll end up making more problems for yourself in the long run. On the other hand, by keeping your property free of garbage, you'll enjoy specific benefits, some of which are listed below.
Setting new year resolutions has been a long-time tradition for many across the globe, and most, unfortunately, go unrealized. Setting big goals will inevitably bring challenges, causing many to abandon their list of things to accomplish for the year, so why not start small? Having your home or yard, or office space decluttered should be priority number one, as the saying goes - "out with the old, in with the new". The backyard with the water-logged shed that you have been pondering on tearing down, the guest room or garage with the weight set and miscellaneous furniture and appliances that are occupying square footage in your home (and not paying rent!), all can be a distant memory with a bit of execution.
Remodeling can be a fun way to make a space your own. However, it's critical that everyone on the project have access to safety gear that fits well and will protect them from injury. This includes hard hats or helmets, gloves, eye protection, and other project-specific protection.
Whether you're doing some landscaping or building a foundation, renting construction equipment will let you move the earth and complete other tasks much more efficiently. But before you call up an equipment supplier, you'll need to have a solid plan. These are four things you should understand when leasing construction equipment.
As the holidays approach, it’s important to remember that many of our Veterans can be housebound, lack transportation, or need extra support around this time.