Junk Removers in Glenwood, IA

Find and compare the top junk haulers and cleanout services in Glenwood, Iowa. Hometown has real reviews from verified customers to help you determine which companies to hire. Cleanout a home, basement, garage, or office of general junk, old furniture, construction debris, appliances, mattresses, and more.

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Rubbish removal company
Serving Glenwood, IA

Moody's Hauling & Cleanup has been in business since 1987 serving the community with affordable junk hauling services. Let our professional crews do all the hard work loading, lifting and hauling your junk so you can get your space back. 

PO Box 390587, Omaha NE 68139

AWA Junk Removal & Donation Pickup is a locally owned and operated junk removal company. We remove anything from a single heavy item to a whole house cleanout or property cleanup. We have also partnered with Goodwill Industries to pick up donations.

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Serving Glenwood, IA

The most trusted name in roll-off containers and junk removal services in the Omaha, NE area is Containers to Go. They can provide 8 yard, 10 yard, and 12 yard containers, and can perform junk removal, too.

Unverified Junk Removal Services

Konfrst Trash Service
57957 Hilman Rd, Glenwood, IA 51534
(712) 527-3434
Dj's Container Service
123 Lincoln Hwy, Missouri Valley, IA 51555
(712) 642-3444
Walnut Sanitation
226 Koeppe St, Walnut, IA 51577
(712) 784-3833
A-Tri M LLC
111 Po Box, Logan, IA 51546
(402) 681-4411
Harrison County of
301 N 6th Ave, Logan, IA 51546
(712) 644-2302
C & H Hauling
21 2nd St, Woodbine, IA 51579
(712) 647-2139
Trash Master Inc
91 Po Box, Missouri Valley, IA 51555
(712) 642-2655
S & L Enterprises
2543 South Ave, Council Bluffs, IA 51503
(712) 323-5064
Cox Contracting Co., Inc.
202 29th Avenue, Council Bluffs, IA 51501
(402) 306-4377
Council Bluffs City of
209 Pearl St, Council Bluffs, IA 51503
(712) 328-4931

Tips on removing junk in Glenwood, IA

Types of waste accepted by junk hauling crews

Some will handle just about any type of cleanup, including household hazardous wastes like construction and demolition debris containing asbestos. That’s not the case with every company, though. Most junk removal companies will pick up the following types of debris:

  • Furniture and appliances
  • Construction and demolition (C&D) debris, such as wood, concrete and drywall debris
  • Yard debris
  • Outdoor junk including playsets, patios, sheds, small structures and scrap
  • Household junk from basements, garages, attics, or whole-home cleanouts
  • Items for charitable donations, such as clothing, electronics and appliances

How to go about hiring a junk pick-up service

  1. The initial phone call covers the basic information you need to know and you can schedule a time for the junk hauler to come out to your home, business or job site.
  2. They show up and assess the cleanup. If they haven’t already given you a quote, they will at this time.
  3. If you decide to use the service, they load up the debris and haul it away. You pay the agreed upon price, and that’s all there is to it.