A winter wonderland may be fine for walking in, but no one likes to clean up debris and haul junk in the midst of winter weather. So, what can you do?
In many situations, you really can’t leave junk, trash, and debris laying in your yards all through the winter. And if it’s in your garage or your house, you need it out of your way.
So, whether it’s ice and snow, or flooding rains, having to deal with junk hauling and removal in the winter months is no picnic.
Even if there is little or no snow or ice to deal with, just working outdoors in the cold weather can be more than simply uncomfortable. Accidents and injuries are more likely to occur in those conditions, not to mention the very real possibility of hypothermia or frostbite.
The risk factors for hypothermia you probably think of first — wind chill, submersion in cold water and working outside in the cold — are all factors that can certainly rob your body of its heat. But there are many factors other than a cold environment that put you at greater risk for hypothermia. It’s important to also consider these contributing factors you may not expect:
- Age (especially advanced age) — Children and the elderly are more susceptible.
- Medical conditions — Hypothyroidism, low blood sugar and high blood pressure sometimes contribute to hypothermia.
- Medication — Certain medications can increase the risk of hypothermia for older adults. These include certain barbiturates, antidepressants and tranquilizers.
- Dehydration — When you’re dehydrated, you may have lower blood volume. Lower blood volume affects your circulation and your body can lose heat more quickly, which can result in hypothermia.
- Strenuous outdoor activities — Even athletes sometimes become dangerously overtired and also lose heat more quickly if they are damp from sweating.
While the obvious alternative is to simply leave it all until the spring, we understand that this is not always a feasible option. There are many times when the piles of junk and debris are in the way and maybe even creating a safety or health hazard.
So, what do you do if you don’t want to load it up and haul it away yourself or – more likely – you really can’t because you’re not able to or don’t have a truck and proper equipment?
When You Need DFY (Done For You) Junk Removal – Not DIY
The good news is that you do have options for getting your junk and bulk trash items removed from your yard or home without making a trip to the landfill yourself.
And, speaking of landfills, that’s really the last place you want to be in the dead of winter! Besides, the odds are quite high that up to 75 percent or more of your junk is recyclable. So, simply putting it all in the ground is a poor solution, not to mention environmentally destructive.
Yes, you might get a friend or family member to come and help you clean it all up, load it, and then take it to a waste transfer station or even a certified recycling facility.
But you – or they – will still have do all the hard work and all the heavy lifting!
The good news is that you have a local, professional, and reliable junk removal and hauling team that is prepared to get rid of your junk for you, even in winter.
The folks at Speedy Junk Removal Pros can take care of all your residential and commercial junk removal needs for you. Winter, spring, summer, or fall, we’re always available to come and remove all your junk and debris from your home or place of work.
And one of the best parts is that we always dispose of it in a genuinely green and eco-friendly manner.
Your Full-Service Winter Junk Removal Solution
Speedy Junk Removal Pros provides an efficient, safe and eco-friendly junk removal service to make the whole process easy for you.
And, best of all, we do all the heavy lifting! You simply point and we haul your trash items into our junk removal trucks, with no hidden fees.