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Cleaning out an apartment is a lot like cleaning out a house, though it often involves more stairs. The other thing about apartment cleanouts is that timing may be less flexible. If you are a tenant who needs help with an apartment cleanout, you need to be out of the apartment by the last day of the lease. If you are a landlord who needs help cleaning out an apartment, you need it done quickly. The longer it takes to remove the junk, the longer it will be before you can get another tenant in the apartment.
Are you leaving an apartment, but do not want to move everything? That is not unusual. Maybe you are downsizing your apartment, getting new furniture, or moving to a place that already has appliances. Whatever your reason, you have large or small items that you do not want to move.
If you only have a bag or two of junk, you can just get rid of it in your apartment’s dumpster. However, if you have large items or a significant amount of rubbish, you may need help getting rid of it. Take It Away can help. We offer professional junk hauling and organization services. We also handle disposal appropriately, ensuring that items are upcycled or recycled when possible. Of course, for many people, the best part of our service is that we handle the stairs. We can do curbside junk hauling, but we can also remove junk from your actual apartment.
Are you a landlord that needs an apartment cleaned out? Dealing with possessions left behind by tenants can be one of the most challenging aspects of property management. Whether the tenant is gone because of an eviction or left things behind at the end of a lease, it can be difficult to determine what to do with their things.
First, you need to know the rules. Generally speaking, you do not have the right to throw away or keep a tenant’s property. In New Jersey, the Abandoned Tenant Property Statute requires you to give notice if you want to dispose of a tenant’s property. You have to state that you consider the property abandoned. However, that does not mean you have to leave the property in the apartment. You can arrange to put it into storage.
Next, you have to think about what constitutes property. Some tenants leave a property pristine. Others leave a property in terrible condition.