Garage Cleaning Indianapolis

21 July 2015

People usually mean well. They have good intentions to keep spaces like the garage cleared of clutter so it can be used for more purposeful things – like, you know, for storing your car. However time can quickly accumulate stuff and it just becomes easier to throw it in the garage then to find a more organized solution elsewhere or to simply get rid of items as you go. However by hiring a company like Fire Dawgs for garage cleaning Indianapolis relies on you can get your space back before you know it!

Garage Cleaning Indianapolis
Is your garage full of unwanted items like this?

Garage Cleaning Indianapolis Customers Can Count On

Fire Dawgs will send highly reviewed, screened and uniformed removers to your home that you can trust around your property. They will clear out all the unwanted items, and even patiently work with you if you want to go over everything that is getting thrown out. After the items are out, we will help you put the appropriate things back in place and then we will sweep up afterwards. It truly will seem like a new garage once we are done! Once we leave with your haul we will sort through everything and make sure anything that can be recycled, reused or donated is. You will also receive the tax receipt due for any donations made.

We realize every situation is different and that even when unloading things you no longer want or need there can still be some attachment. It is thanks to our unparalleled customer service that we make sure to remain sensitive and patient with your as you sort through your belongings. It is also important to note though that there are some items we cannot haul due to their hazardous nature. You can be come familiar with this list here.

We hope this post gives a better understanding of Fire Dawgs as well as our garage cleaning Indianapolis customers trust. If you have any further questions we can be reached at 317-291-DAWG or via our contact page. If you’d prefer a more DIY approach you may be more interested in our brother company, Dumpster Dawgs. Thanks!