$60 Base Cost Includes Travel & Gas Before Per Cubic Yard Cost
$30 Per Cubic Yard Includes Labor, Sorting, Disposal Fees, & Taxes
We are available to set up your appointment or estimate entirely through text messages. Just send us a message, question or even a hello and we will be ready to help. Response time may vary but usually within 20 minutes.
There is a Special Fee of $10 per item for items that need to be transported to different locations for disposal/recycling purposes.
For any items that have freon inside them like fridges, freezers, wine coolers, ac units, or anything with a compressor full of freon still attached there is a $50 fee. This is due to regulations covering the disposal of freon as it must be handled in an environmentally approved manner in accordance with local rules and regulations. This will ensure the freon is not released into the atmosphere during the junking process. If the compressor is removed before pickup the fee is waived but we recommend not attempting to remove without experience.
No two jobs are ever similar. Certain factors such as having stairs, items located in an attic or crawlspace and long walking distances to where we park our truck may affect pricing and cannot be quoted until we arrive onsite. On average these factors change pricing by $50-$100. For your peace of mind, all pricing will be discussed BEFORE work begins.
A Cubic Yard is 3 ft by 3 ft by 3 ft or approximately the size of a washing machine. Our dump truck can hold 15 cubic yards. We will come into your house, upstairs, downstairs, basement or backyard to pick up and remove your junk and we can take almost anything! For example, four cubic yards or a quarter truckload could equal a couch, love seat, lamp, and a few bags or boxes.
Our pricing includes EVERYTHING! You can submit questions or photos to us to get a quote if you have any questions or concerns. (Labor, Tax, Fees, NO BS)
A full truckload consists of 2,000 lbs or 15 yards, whichever comes first. Loads consisting fully of Construction Debris typically hit 2,000 lbs at around 3/4th of a truckload. Loads consisting fully of concrete, tile, rock, etc. can only be loaded 1/4th of a truckload. These are still considered a full truckload based on the weight.