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The All Things Basmenty! Company Cleans Up Connecticut and Gives Back

On April, 16th 2020 the All Things Basementy! company began a Community Cleanup Project where the company's The Junkluggers of New Haven County division has been going to local neighborhoods in Seymour and surrounding towns to pick up garbage and debris.

Seymour, CT - April 17, 2020

Seymour, CT – Connecticut Basement Systems is taking the opportunity during this unprecedented time to not only keep their staff busy and working but to also help their local community. On April, 16th 2020 the All Things Basementy! company began a Community Cleanup Project where the company’s The Junkluggers of New Haven County division has been going to local neighborhoods in Seymour and surrounding towns to pick up garbage and debris.

The Junkluggers of New Haven County Operations Manager, Gustavo Mesa, commented on why this Community Cleanup Project is such an important focus for the company,“ We want to keep our employees working, so they’re cleaning up the neighborhoods that we have been so grateful to serve for more than 30 years.”.  

All Connecticut Basement Systems business divisions are open and now booking no contact appointments. All divisions are following CDC guidelines for cleaning and operating safely.

Connecticut Basement Systems is the largest basement waterproofing, crawl space repair, foundation repair, and basement finishing company in Connecticut. We have provided quality restoration and remodeling services since 1987 and have served over 85,000 Connecticut and New York homeowners. Through education and development, Connecticut Basement Systems wants to improve the lives of our employees, customers, and ultimately, the world.

The Junkluggers of New Haven County is a sustainable junk removal company. Their mission is to set the standard for eco-friendly junk removal and disposal practices, giving back to the community through donating furniture and goods and decreasing our carbon footprint by the tons.