We give you a FREE No-Obligation Estimate and we arrive ready to haul.
All you have to do is point! No pressure, no hassles. It doesn’t matter where your junk is. Our friendly Team Members do everything. We can haul away just about anything you have as long as it doesn’t glow in the middle of the night!
How We Price Your Junk
Although it’s hard to give an exact price over the phone since we do the quotes visually, we are happy to let you know that our rates start as low as $95 plus tax. That’s for a pile of junk roughly the size of a love seat. Rates go up form there in increments. We basically slice the truck bed up in sections from 1/8, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 3/4 up to a full load. We load the truck efficiently in order to give you the best possible value. Please feel free to call us and we can answer any questions you may have.
|Volume Load Rates||Minimum Charge $95|
Our trucks hold 18 cubic yards. It’s about the equivalent of six standard pick up truck beds filled bed high. In fact, they are 20% bigger than our nearest competitor, but our rates are on average 20% less. As we love to say: Bigger Trucks + Better Rates = Best Value!
Rates Include Everything You Need
Our affordable rates include all the lifting, loading, disposal fees and we even a general cleanup. And you only pay for the space you need. We’ll recycle or donate everything we can at local charities such as Goodwill, Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity. We only take items to the landfill as a last resort. We live here too, and we want to do our part to save our planet.
Important Notes About Your Junk
For most items, we charge based on volume (the amount of space your items take up in our trucks). If you have very heavy items such as concrete, tile or brick we have a Bed Load Rate. On certain items, such as tires and batteries, a surcharge is required. This is due to the additional cost we incur to properly dispose of these items. Regardless of what you have, we’ll cover the rates up front before any work begins.
BED LOAD RATES
Our bed load rates are for very heavy items such as concrete, tile, brick, etc. We can load our trucks only to a depth of one foot when we are hauling heavy debris. In similar fashion as our Volume Rates, we break the bed load up in increments.