People have travelled the world for as long as time immemorial. Some of them for the sake of travel, others to immigrate to a new home. Sometimes that travel is to the other side of the globe, while others might go to the other side of the country. While our forefathers often never saw family and friends again, in today’s day, distant folks are only a car, train, or plane ride away. But when a loved one becomes ill or dies, the distance becomes a problem.
For those who step up to help in tough times, the challenges are many; can you afford a plane ticket, do you have to take vacation/leave, where do you stay, how long will you have to be gone for—the list goes on. When things get difficult and your loved one needs to be relocated, downsized or has passed away, the challenge then becomes dealing with the person’s personal effects. Again the problem becomes one of how long will the process take, where do you dispose of unwanted items, are you physically able to pack any mementoes or keepsakes you want to keep? It is not always a simple job and the problem of distance can make it that much more difficult.
Estate Cleanups Despite the Distance with Load of Rubbish
Load of Rubbish makes the process easier. We have helped families near and far with estate cleanups. The reasons why people hire us are numerous;