De-Cluttering for the Holidays

The holiday season is fully upon us, and family visits and holiday parties are looming in the upcoming weeks. Now is the perfect time to actively de-clutter your home to prepare for all your visitors (and the gifts you'll soon be getting). After all, the holidays bring enough stress without the added pressure that comes from procrastination when you know your home needs to be cleaned and decluttered.

By starting now, you can not only start the New Year with a clean, decluttered home; you can also feel good about donating items you no longer need to those who can use them this holiday season!

There Are Real Benefits to Decluttering Before the Holidays

Many people might think about putting decluttering off until after the holidays are over and the new year has started, but you'd be missing out on some of the benefits of doing it sooner! First of all, you'll be able to relax and enjoy your holidays, knowing that your home is ready for company.

Secondly, you'll have a better understanding of what you and your family members own and what you need, making last minute holiday shopping much easier to finish. It will also make the process of decorating your home and hosting a party much simpler and more pleasant. From old newspapers to toys your kids no longer want, now is the time to get them out of your house!

Call the Happy Hauler When You're Done

When you've gotten all of the cleaning, sorting, and decluttering done, the last thing you want is to have to make several trips to the landfill, a donation center, and a recycling plant to take care of everything you're getting rid of this year.

Call the Happy Hauler, and we won't just come and get rid of the things you don't need, we’ll ensure that usable items are donated to appropriate charities, that whatever can be recycled will be, and that whatever is left over will be disposed of safely. Working with the Happy Hauler to declutter your home can help make your holidays much less stressful (and messy)!

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