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Junk Removal in Louisville, KY

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How much does junk removal service cost?

Rates are dependent upon where you live, the type of junk and amount of it. Junk removal companies typically have a minimum charge of $50 to $125 for coming out and picking up small loads, such as a single piece of furniture, a few bags of junk or a kitchen appliance.

Larger cleanups that require more manpower and labor will often run several hundred dollars or more depending upon the scale of the cleanup. Construction and demolition (C&D) debris cleanups typically cost more than a general household junk removal job.

The average cost ranges between $150 and $500, but large jobs (e.g., construction site cleanups, multiple) can run several thousand dollars.

Will they haul away asbestos or other hazardous debris?

Some do, but most cannot. The proper licensing is required to haul hazardous debris in most jurisdictions across the country. Always ask the junk hauler if they are licensed to accept hazardous materials anytime you need the following items hauled:

  • Refrigerators and air conditioners
  • Construction debris with asbestos or lead paint
  • Flammable liquids or explosive materials
  • Lead-acid batteries, such as a car battery
  • Household hazardous wastes