Hoarding Help, Moving & Junk Removal Services in Revere
Located five miles north of Boston along the coastline, the city of Revere was originally founded as a community called North Chelsea before being renamed for the Revolutionary War patriot and blacksmith in the 1870s. The city is home to Revere Beach, the oldest public beach in the country. With a population of 52,000, the community of Revere is constantly on the move, whether you’re moving across town, trying to declutter your home or clean it up a bit. With headquarters in nearby Lynn, the team at Flannery’s Handymen is proud to provide our services to Revere and the surrounding area.
Moving is a difficult time, between getting everything ready at two residences and figuring out how to get your belongings from Point A to Point B. Our team is dedicated to making the process as easy on you as possible, moving your belonging around the North Shore and even around New England. We are licensed and insured, working with your schedule to determine the best dates to move and showing up promptly on the appointed day.
Recognizing that you or a member of your family has a hoarding problem is difficult. If you are in need of a hoarding cleanup, our team will be able to work with the upmost discretion to protect you or your loved one’s identity and dignity, working with you to determine which items have emotional value and what can be disposed of or donated.
Are you sick of the set of dining room furniture taking up space in your basement, or the broken desk you know you won’t be able to salvage? Call us! Several of our team members will come to your home to remove any unwanted furniture or items from your home. Each week, we take a truckload of gently used furniture and donate it to families in need.
Moving, Junk Removal, Hoarding Assistance & Storage Services in Revere, MA
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment for junk removal or a quote for a move, contact us today! Flannery’s Handymen can be reached by calling (781) 775-9943 or fill out our online contact form.