19 June 2015
We are happy to be the company that comes in to provide a repossessed house clean out in Indianapolis. Unfortunately in the case of a repossessed house many times the house is not probably cleaned out before being taken over. The previous inhabitants have to get out as quickly as possible – and usually aren’t too happy about their situation – which means things are left. The items left are usually junk. Lots of papers, old furniture, trash and the like. Before anyone else is able to live there it will most certainly need to cleaned out and that’s where we come in.
Repossessed House Clean Out in Indianapolis
Fire Dawgs has plenty of crew members that would come in and get the job done in no time. We would even sweep up after ourselves after we left. The home will look 100% better and nary a piece of trash will be left. If there are items we haul that are still in usable condition then we will make sure to donate those to charities. The same goes for if anything is recyclable then we’ll make sure it is recycled. We realize jobs like these are serious business transactions and need to be handled professionally and carefully. We are owned and operated by firefighters and veterans and we have maintained our positive reviews and repeat customers through our professionalism, reliability and customer service. We are licensed and insured and all our trucks are freshly painted and labeled. Our crew will come in uniform and we promise you’ll be happy you chose Fire Dawgs for your repossessed house clean out in Indianapolis.
We are also happy to go over the job with you in person in order to give a free, no obligation estimate. We’ll do a walk through and evaluate the home so we know how many crew members and perhaps even how many trucks depending on the job. If you’d like to contact us we can be reach at 317-291-DAWG or via our contact page. If you prefer the more DIY approach to a repossessed house clean out in Indianapolis then you may be interested in dumpster rental with our brother company, Dumpster Dawgs instead. Thanks for reading!