If you’ve just finished a garage, attic or estate cleanout and have a bunch of rubbish you need disposal of we’ll gladly take it. No matter the quantity, our fleet of haulage vehicles can accommodate any situation.
Because some appliances such as refrigerators, dehumidifiers, and air conditioners contain freon, they have to be safely removed, transported and taken to a designated recycling facility. Appliances can be tricky to get rid of, including old fridges and freezers with freon systems. Don’t worry about where to drop off your old appliances—call us instead! We take all appliances and make sure they’re properly recycled.
Hot Tubs are extremely heavy, bulky and awkward to handle and usually weigh 600 lbs. plus. We can safely remove that unwanted hot tub without destroying your lawn or property
From kitchen tables to old recliners, fabric, wood or leather, we’ll gladly haul away your old, unwanted furniture. We can even take donations if your furniture is in good condition, dropping it off at local area centers for those who may need it more. Let us do the heavy lifting.
At Junk Riddance we make it easy and affordable to finally get that old camper or travel trailer removed from your property or campground.
If that old shed/building has turned into an eyesore, and you are looking for something new, give Junk Riddance a call and we will safely breakdown and dispose of that old shed or garage.
In addition to the materials above, Junk Riddance also offers demolition and hauling of outbuildings, garages, sheds, above ground pools, fencing, kennels and decks. We can also help with interior demolition, removing and disposing of carpeting, hardwood flooring, kitchen cabinets and more!
Give us a call today to schedule your next demolition job (920) 876-4069
We pride ourselves on taking nearly any materials you need to get rid of. That said, we are unable to take hazardous materials including but not limited to: paints, chemicals or asbestos. Unsure if we can haul it? Call us (920) 876-4069 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We’ll be able to tell you if we can dispose of it or not.