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Tucson's #1 Property Clean Out Service

When you're facing a big property cleanout job and you need help, you can rely on us. We know that any property clean out project, big house or small, is no simple task, and present their own set of stresses and challenges. The problem is finding a decent serviec that's not only affordable, but is also dependable and does the job right. May we make a suggestion? Just call us, we treat every job like we're working for family, and our only goal is to make you our next satisfied customer.

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Cleanouts are a big part of what our company offers our customers in Tucson. From cleaning out dusty old garages full of clutter to clearing out dark and dirty crawl spaces, we get the job done!

Cleaning out an entire space in your home or office can be the source of stress and all-around hassle. To get the job done you first, have to make time in an ever-increasingly busy schedule, and second, work your hind parts off to clear everything out, stack the trash and sweep the floors. Then, when it’s all said and done, you are left with a big pile of junk! Who wants to deal with that? We make the process simple from beginning to end. Call for a free estimate, schedule a time that's convenient for you, and then watch us handle the hard stuff for you. Like we said, simple.

We are a local Tucson company that specializes in mattress removal. We also do junk removal and shed removal. Call us today for a free estimate.

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7 Steps for a Successful Property Cleanout

When it comes time to have a propety or estate sale or clean out, it's very common to seek the help of an estate liquidator. One estimate reports there are approximately 14,000 estate liquidators in the United States alone. In Tucson alone there are several options to choose from. And with so many choices how does one go about preparing for such changes in your loved one's life? If you are facing a situation where you are looking to conduct an estate sale, there are a number of key points you should know. Here are seven tips to help you manage this stressful task:

1. Collect and set aside all key financial documents. Willa, trusts documents and related documents should all be set aside. Be sure to keep an eye out for life insurance policies and statements, real estate deeds and titles; obtain recent bank statements if none are in the home; retain any stock certificates; 401(k) records; tax returns and receipts. These may be very important when it comes time to file any income tax returns.

2. Look for the hidden things. People have a tendency to stash things in unlikely places, or forget that something valuable has been left in a coat pocket or the back of a desk drawer. Take your time when looking through your loved one's possessions.

3. Work with family members on sharing items. A positive strategy that can help your family avoid conflict is to have each member create a list of the items they’d like to have from the estate. While this can work well, unfortunately there can still be situations where conflicts and disagreements arise. If necessary, involving outside mediators or legal help may be helpful here.

4. Photos and memorabilia can be priceless. Often these types of items are of little value to people outside of the family. However, they are irreplaceable for family members. The idea is to think of the future of grandchildren and others who may well find these pictures, scrapbooks, albums, etc. as a physical and tangible link to family members they may never have had to privilege to meet.

5. Donate or sell clothing. Though they may have sentimental value, most clothing has little resale value. Consignment stores can sometimes be a source for gaining some revenue from old clothing as well as eBay or yard sales. Donations are, of course, always welcome and this can be handled for you by others.

6. Seek the help of a professional estate appraiser. If the estate is comprised of a substantial amount of furniture, jewelry and antiques it is typically worthwhile to make use of their services. An accredited professional will give you an estimate for each item and typically charges an hourly fee to do so. The cost will depend on such factors as your location and the type of appraisal you want.

7. Get help. The work can be overwhelming, both physically and emotionally. Some of the tasks are simply monotonous and lengthy, such as sorting through paperwork. Other tasks require physical exertion such as cleaning, moving furniture and possibly hauling items and debris. This is where the services of a professional estate cleanout service can be invaluable.