HOW DO WE BASE OUR CHARGES?
A lot of people are curious about our junk removal prices. We charge based on how much space we fill up in the truck. It is equivalent to the size of a 20 yard dumpster. It measures 16 ft. in length, 8 ft. in width and 5 ft. in height. Our rates are as follows:
- Minimum - $90 = 2-3 Cubic Yards
- 1/4 Truck - $150 = 5 Cubic Yards
- 1/2 Truck - $300 = 10 Cubic Yards
- 3/4 Truck - $450 = 15 Cubic Yards
- Full Truck - $600 = 20 Cubic Yards
The price of junk removal includes all labor, dump fees, and time. However there are recycling charges for appliances, mattresses/box springs, televisions, computer equipment and tires. There are no hidden fees, and when we come to your house, we will provide you with a free junk removal quote before we do any work.
HOW DO I SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT?
Use our contact form to request a time or call us at (952) 495-JUNK (5865) Our team calls 15-30 minutes before arrival and give accurate arrival times. This allows them to deal with unforeseen circumstances, such as traffic or jobs before yours that were larger than expected.
HOW DO WE HANDLE HEAVY CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL?
For heavy construction/dense material, we can load the truck only to a depth of one foot, and use our 'bed load' rates. The same prices apply to these types of material; however, it is important to understand that we can only fill up the truck a maximum of one foot. Examples of heavy construction/dense materials include: masonry products, gravel, concrete, brick, soil/dirt, tiles and shingles.
WHAT HAPPENS WITH THE JUNK?
We recycle as much as possible and donate at the customer's request. Whatever cannot be donated or recycled is sold at thrift store rates or taken to the appropriate transfer station.
ARE YOU INSURED?
Trucks and employees are fully insured. We have liability insurance, workman's compensation, as well as collision and theft insurance for the trucks.
WHAT PRODUCTS CAN NOT BE TAKEN?
Chemicals, Solvents, Oils
Oil Drums (unless it is empty with the bottom and top cut out)
Hazardous Material (contact your county recycling facility for further info.)