Chicago Construction Company is on an Eco-Friendly Mission in Junk Removal

A builder operating in Chicago and across the Midwest is leading the "green movement" and helping to protect the environment through providing high quality commercial junk removal and clean out services. The company, LBR Construction, focuses on eco-friendly junk removal and clean outs.

Schaumburg, United States - February 13, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A builder operating in Chicago and across the Midwest is leading the “green movement” and helping to protect the environment through providing high quality commercial junk removal and clean out services. The company, LBR Construction, focuses on eco-friendly junk removal and clean outs.

According to the company spokesperson and CEO, Tom Drapinski, LBR Construction Services has a team of technicians full of people who are dedicated to their work. Once they embark on the job, they ensure that they clear everything that is supposed to be removed. “We leave the place clean, ensuring that our customer is comfortable, all the junk is well packed and transported to areas where it is temporarily stored while awaiting recycling or donation.”

LBR Construction urges all other commercial junk removal and clean out service providers to put environmental conservation first, ensuring that they dispose of the materials properly. The company spokesperson added that waste from clean outs has been a big challenge in most urban areas. “When not handled properly, it can be an environmental hazard. Our company is dedicated to help our clients dispose of the waste properly. We encourage our clients to donate materials which are still in good shape to those who need them and recycle the rest, reducing the amount of waste that needs to be dumped,” said Drapinski. He also added LBR Construction has an Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).

Ranked as the number one junk removal and clean out company in the region, LBR Construction offers quality services at affordable prices, aiming to help business owners clear their sites and buildings in an environmentally friendly way. Drapinski continued by saying that it is their responsibility to ensure that environment conservation is given the attention it deserves. “We have a large responsibility and with our commercial junk removal and clean out services, we are on an eco-friendly mission to ensure that our environment is clean.”

LBR Construction is always ready to help owners remove any unwanted materials and ensure they are properly disposed of. “We encourage those looking for junk removal and clean out to get in touch with us. We are always ready to offer the service at very affordable cost.”

About LBR Construction Services

LBR Construction Services is a company offering a wide variety of services in the construction industry. The company ranks as the fastest growing builder in Chicago and across the Midwest, recording success in the implementation of the new construction management technology to produce cost effective and time saving projects. For more information about LBR is leading the green movement among Chicago commercial construction companies, check out their website here:

Contact Info:
Name: Tom Drapinski
Email: Send Email
Organization: LBR Construction Services
Address: 1236 North Roselle Road, Schaumburg, IL 60195, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88946654

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