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Spring Cleaning and PCS Prep: Companies That Can Help 

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PCSing anytime soon? These Companies Can Help

PCS season is here and with it, military families from around the US and the world are getting ready for their next move. There can be so much to do and a lot to think about when preparing for a PCS. Here is a list of companies that can help with cleaning, donating, or PCS prep in general. 

Cleaning Companies

Hiring a cleaning company before a PCS is a smart idea. While you can spend the time doing the cleaning yourself, hiring a company can take some of the pressure off. If you are not moving anytime soon, hiring a cleaning company can give you a great start towards spring cleaning. Here are some companies worth checking out:

  • Tidy.com – where they combine the best cleaners in your area, with well-crafted technology.
  • Maid Pro – who will work with you on a cleaning plan that is tailored to your needs and budget.
  • Maids.com – who specializes in cleaning for health. They also offer a military discount of $45 off of your first cleaning.
  • The Cleaning Authority – where they offer detail-oriented and consistent cleaning services. They also reduce the total of the Franchise Fee and Territory Fee by 30% for all honorably discharged veterans of the American and Canadian Armed Forces.
  • Maid Brigade – who has a partnership with Operation Homefront to support military families in crisis by offering free cleaning services. 

Always Ready Cleaning, Flash Clean, and Merry Maids of Northern Kentucky are regional companies but offer a military discount. 


RELATED: PCS and Moving Discounts For Military


Veteran and Military-Spouse Owned Businesses

Household Six Home Services offers a variety of services located in the Ft. Bragg, Ft. Bliss, and JBLM areas. 

Veterans Elite Services offer a variety of services including junk removal and specialized cleaning. 

LineCrew, run by military families, connects service members and dependents to different businesses, from those who can help with home decor or lawn service. 

 Where To Donate Or Get Rid Of Junk

Military families are always aware of their weight allowance, and never want to go over it. Going through your belongings before a move and getting rid of what you don’t need and use anymore is a good idea. Here are a few companies that can help with donating or getting rid of junk: 

  • Installation thrift stores
  • Civilian thrift stores
  • Food Banks (for food)
  • Libraries (for books)
  • Hope for Heroes (equipment, clothing, tools, and food)
  • Dress for Success (work-appropriate clothing) 
  • Habitat for Humanity ReStores (household goods and vehicles)
  • GreenDrop (gently used clothing and household goods)
  • Local non-profits 
  • 1-800-GOT-JUNK is a full-service junk removal company that takes almost anything. 
  • Local neighborhood pages where you can find people willing to buy or even just take your items as well as those who can haul away anything you might need. 

PCS Prep Help

Lost about your PCS? Unsure what to do? There are some companies out there to help. From helping you organize your belongings to helping you find a place to live at your new duty station. 

  • Permanent Change of Storing, run by a military spouse, can help prepare you for a PCS with services such as virtual organizing, PCS prep, and helping you once you get to your new home. 
  • Military One Source has many resources to help you prep for your PCS, from checklists to tips for a smoother move. 
  • MILLIE can help you find the right place to live with their MILLIE Scouts. They can be your boots on the ground when you can’t be there yourself.

Whether you are deep into your spring cleaning or preparing for a PCS, take a look at these companies to help you on your way. 






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Julie Provost is a freelance writer, blogger, and owner of Soldier's Wife, Crazy Life, a support blog for military spouses. She lives in Tennessee with her National Guard husband and three boys.