Cleaning and removal services at the lowest prices nationwide!

Probably you have an old office and you want furniture disposal sometimes.
 

Our first task is to determine if the old furniture is reusable or not. In other words, is it donated or sold to the other consignment or reclamation shop?

In addition to possibly getting some cash for your old furniture, there is also the prospect of simply donating them to a local charity or non-profit organization in need of more (or better) furniture for their own offices.

This means determining if the piece is truly usable. It’s bad form to offer badly damaged or stained items for donations. If you wouldn’t use it then assume others won’t either! However, that doesn’t mean these damaged or otherwise undesirable furniture items have to go straight to a landfill.

We want to help you keep your home in Washington DC organized and clean and we want to clear your office’s garage, attic, or basement of all that clutter. Many people are hoarders and don’t even realize it. Even if you don’t feel that your junk is taking over, it may still be overwhelming. Let us waste away your junk and trash hit cross your control. You have other things to worry about. need to clean up the area; let us take out your junk.

To limit the possibility of spreading the virus through contact, parents should consider sending children to school equipped with all the school supplies they need. Don’t rely on classroom inventory to make up the difference, either; make sure the kids go to school with all the pencils, notebooks, highlighters, and pens they’ll need.And don’t just limit yourself to the traditional school supplies, either. Pack hand sanitizer and face masks to make sure your child will have access to them as needed.

All Purpose Cleanup will make sure the cleaning and junk removal process go as smoothly as possible and we are always respectful of your items and your privacy. You won’t find services or prices like ours anywhere else in the Washington DC area. Give us a call today and take the first steps to clear the junk in your neighborhood.