If you have just a couple of bulky items to toss, like appliances or furniture, then the junk hauler may be able to give you a quote over the phone or possibly via email.
If you have more junk than a few items, the junk removal service will likely need to see your junk to give an accurate estimate. Typically, a crew of 2 people comes to your property to assess the junk’s volume and effort necessary to remove it. An exact quote is provided in a few minutes and if you’re ok with the price, the junk is removed on the spot.
Say “goodbye” to your junk.
If you don’t like the price, then no worries—estimates are free, and you’re not obligated to buy. Payment is only taken after the job is completed and your junk is gone.
If the price works for you, then most haulers will remove the junk on the spot.
The crew who gave you the estimate will then load all your unwanted junk onto their trucks and haul it away, leaving you with a clean-swept space.
Relax and rest easy.
It definitely feels great to get rid of unwanted or unneeded items cluttering up your life… especially when someone else has done the work. After your junk is hauled away, relax and enjoy your clutter-free space.
Most junk removal experts will handle your debris responsibly, donating good condition re-useable items and recycling when possible.
The junk removal process is straightforward and great for all types of customers and uses. Hometown takes a simplified approach to finding the best hauler for the job, so you can find haulers, read reviews, and request quotes all in one place.
How much does junk removal cost?
Getting a no-obligation quote is always free. Hiring a junk removal service to remove your unwanted items always has a cost. As you can imagine, the cost of junk removal depends mostly on how much junk you have. The effort required to remove your debris and where you’re located may also impact your quoted price.
It’s relatively common for companies to charge a minimum of $50 to $100 for any removal, no matter how small it may be. If you have an entire house worth of debris, then you could pay upwards of $500 – $1000… or even more in a hoarding situation or other large volume cleanup project.
If you have more than a couple items, most companies quote a price based on the expected volume of the debris in the truck. For instance, a full truckload, 1/2 truckload, or 1/4 truckload.
Is there a way for me to cut back on costs?
That all depends on what “junk” you have. Is any of it in reusable condition? Perhaps it can be donated.