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Brothers Seek Treasure In Junk Removal Business In Springfield Missouri

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James and Dominic, creators of Dog Gone Junk, give families and businesses a convenient way to get rid of their unwanted items, reports

Springfield, MO – March 8, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Dog Gone Junk may seem like an interesting name for a business, but it’s hard to deny that it accurately describes the way many people feel about the items they no longer want but can’t seem to get rid of. Fortunately, brothers James and Dominic Stevens, who worked together once before in the restaurant industry, have now teamed up to provide home and business owners with a remedy for trash hauling in Springfield Missouri. Riding on the entrepreneurial spirit running through their family tree (their uncle is the owner of the original Dog Gone Junk in Kansas City), James and Dominic are helping the people of Springfield clear out the old and make space for the new.

“In this day and age, junk seems to be a mainstay in our lives. Unfortunately, many home and business owners find themselves with unwanted items and no idea what to do with them,” said Dominic Stevens, owner of Dog Gone Junk. “Whether an office manager wants to chuck the old reception area couch, someone has just inherited a loved one’s estate and has no desire to sort through their belongings, or a family is tired of piling stuff in their garage, our services can help eliminate the hassle and frustration of trying to figure out how to get rid of the junk so people can finally move on with their lives.”

As a full-service junk contractor in Springfield Missouri, Dog Gone Junk provides more than just junk removal. For homeowners and property managers undertaking a major renovation, the Dog Done Junk team can also help with the demolition process. They’ll take care of ripping out old drywall and insulation, removing old cabinets, flooring, and fixtures, and hauling away all of the trash and construction materials. Saving customers the expense of renting a dumpster and the physical labor of trying to do everything themselves, Dog Gone Junk is usually able to complete projects and get the space cleaned up and ready for construction within a day or two.

Stevens went on to say, “We know that when our customers call us for junk removal in Springfield Missouri, they want their unwanted items gone quick, fast, and in a hurry. This is why we aim to provide services that are professional, affordable, and get the job done in the shortest time frame possible. When a home or business owner calls Dog Gone Junk, they can feel confident they will always get the best service completed by friendly people. We invite them to give us a call and let us give them the satisfaction of knowing their junk is not only out of the way, but that much of it is being donated to families in need or being recycled for better use.”

About Dog Gone Junk:

Whether someone inherited a relative’s home and needs to de-clutter, purchased a new couch or appliance and need to get rid of the old one, or is working on a bathroom or kitchen remodel and need the debris hauled away, Dog Gone Junk can remove all of those items and many more. Their services are quick, friendly, professional, efficient, and affordable.

The Dog Gone Junk team can also provide demo work, site clean-up and many other services. They pride themselves on being a full-service junk removal company, working hard without leaving a mess behind.

Contact Info:
Name: Dominic Stevens
Organization: Dog Gone Junk
Address: 2742 E Meadowmere St Springfield MO 65804
Phone: (417) 619-5230

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