Losing a loved one is always hard, but unfortunately that is the way of the world. Nobody lives forever, and we are all going to go sooner or later. Obviously, we say goodbye, and we grieve.
But then there can be lots of things to do if you have inherited an estate, even if it is only a small one. It can be complicated. You need to get lawyers involved, and you need to inform all sorts of different people and authorities. And it is not just the financial side of things. The next bit is the tricky part and it’s called, “Deceased estate rubbish removal.:”
This is because as we go through life, almost every one of us will collect things that may have been used for years, but then replaced with the latest model or upgrade, which is fair enough. But also, most of us who do buy a replacement for something will keep the original “just in case” the new one fails, needs a repair, or whatever. We all do it, so it’s not a criticism, but the result is that as the years pass, we can collect a whole lot of “stuff” that in fact we will never use again. In fact, Sydney residents are known for being “rubbish collectors,” and thus when a resident of Sydney dies there is often quite a need for a “deceased estate rubbish removal service” to come and tidy things up a bit.
An Old Sofa Or A Bed
Then there are things that older people may have kept and not replaced, simply using them year after year after year either because they like them and don’t want to get rid of them, or possibly because they haven’t got sufficient money to replace them anyway. We’re thinking of things like furniture – which may have been handed down from father to son, sometimes through the generations. So, there may be an old sofa which grandad liked and was comfortable, but which nobody in their right mind would actually give houseroom. Maybe an old bed, which nobody is going to want.
Unfortunately, that means that it then comes under the heading of “junk” or “rubbish”, and then the only place for it is the tip. Now if there are only a couple of small items, then you can probably pop them in the boot of the car and take them to the tip yourself.
However, if you need to get rid of a lot of items, which is usually the case, and may well include the aforementioned bed and sofa, then you can’t pop those in the boot of the car, so you need the deceased estate rubbish removal service we provide at Junk King.
Our deceased estate rubbish removal service will clear out everything that you don’t want to keep, so that you can get rid of it in an hour or two. This will leave you with a fresh and clean property that you can then put on the market for a new owner.