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Junk and debris hauling service
657 W Sandlewood Ct., Louisville, CO 80027

Rubbish Works offers both on-demand junk removal and dumpster service for both residential and commercial customers. We will do all the heavy lifting for you, or if you prefer to load the dumpster over time, then we can just drop it off. Rubbish Works saves you two things that are in short supply in the world: Time & Money.

Serving Erie, CO

Gone for Good are junk removal experts that have been providing high quality services since 2008. Reduce your clutter, and reduce your carbon footprint at the same time with Gone for Good. We reduce, resell and recycle up to 70% of your items, so they don't become landfill waste.

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Types of debris junk removal crews will pick up

Some will haul almost anything, including hazardous wastes (e.g., asbestos debris). This isn’t the case with every junk removal business, but most service providers will gladly remove the following items/debris:

  • Old appliances and pieces of furniture
  • Demolition debris, including wood, concrete, drywall and masonry
  • Remodeling and renovation debris
  • Junk from basements, attics, sheds, barns and garages
  • Lawn and garden debris
  • Charitable donation pick ups
  • General household junk

Hiring a junk removal service for a clean-out project

  1. Request a quote: Call or contact the company and describe the type and amount of waste or debris you have. Schedule a time for them to come out and assess the job.
  2. Receive a quote:  Smaller and simpler junk pickups may be quoted over the phone.  Larger cleanouts require the company to assesses the work and provide you with an on-site price quote. Factors that influence the cost include the type of debris, amount of it, accessibility, weight and labor involved.
  3. Be free of your debris: If you agree to the terms, they may load up the debris on the spot. Otherwise, a date is scheduled to complete the job. You pay the agreed upon fee, and you’re all set!