Charging full steam ahead into autumn, we promise no tricks, but plenty of treats with our superior customer service and attention to detail.
Fall is the perfect time to declutter and get rid of stuff before the winter holidays set in, when you’re sure to acquire more stuff via the good-hearted giving of friends and family. And speaking of family, maybe you have some kinfolk coming to visit – perhaps for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic set in, and you need to make more room for your guests?
Trash & Stash has multiple solutions: hauling away that junk you just don’t need anymore, or, stashing the things you do still need – such as holiday decor – but don’t really have space for. That’s where our microstorage solution comes into play. It’s a great option for storing away your spooky Halloween gear and macabre outdoor displays, for instance, while having it at your disposal at a moment’s notice before trick-or-treaters come knocking.
What is microstorage, you ask?
In a nutshell, we bring you storage bins, you fill them (or we can help with that too), we take them to our secure storage site, and when you need your stuff, just give us a ring, and we’ll deliver them to your doorstep.
To learn more about microstorage and the right plan for your home or business, click here.
We couldn’t get these types of ratings and accreditations without the vocal support of customers, so I want to thank each and every one of you that have helped spread the word about our upstart junk removal biz with the funny mustachioed raccoon mascot.
Thanks for Talkin’ Trash with us!
ICYMI- Another Community Partnership
*PREVIEW* Cutting Moving Related Stress
If you’re gearing up for a move, we know it can be stressful, and we’re here to help. Yes, we can handle the physical stuff (just give us a call or text), but there’s another side of the equation: managing the emotional and mental stressors of moving.
And to help you reduce that stress, we’ve lined up a new slate of local wellness experts who offer their tips and experiences in the next Virtual Roundtable Blog. “When you first make the decision that you have to move, it is important to center yourself and avoid the fear mindset. Stay positive, calm, and relaxed. Fear is one of the strongest negative emotions we have and leads to more negative emotions such as guilt, apathy, anger, frustration, and overwhelm,” said local life coach Nicole Reina.
Find the full blog here!