Junk Removers in Woodbine, IA

Compare reviews and find a top-rated junk removal service in Woodbine, IA. The best junk haulers have honest pricing, arrive on time, and properly reuse, recycle, or dispose of your debris. Clean-out and haul away old appliances, furniture, construction debris, or a house full of junk.

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Serving Woodbine, 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. 

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303 4th Ave, Defiance IA 51527

With more than 25 years of experience in the industry, R & S Waste Disposal, Inc. has been the go-to company in Defiance, IA and surrounding counties. They specialize in assisting in garbage collection, junk removal, recycling, storage containers, compactors, dumpsters, and more.

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Serving Woodbine, IA

Serving all of Harlan, IA and nearby communities, Kroger Hauling Service specializes in providing reliable and affordable waste disposal services. That includes weekly garbage collection, junk removal, and roll-off container rentals.

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C & H Hauling
21 2nd St, Woodbine, IA 51579
(712) 647-2139
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
Konfrst Trash Service
57957 Hilman Rd, Glenwood, IA 51534
(712) 527-3434
A-Tri M LLC
111 Po Box, Logan, IA 51546
(402) 681-4411
Trash Master Inc
91 Po Box, Missouri Valley, IA 51555
(712) 642-2655
Harrison County of
301 N 6th Ave, Logan, IA 51546
(712) 644-2302
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
S & L Enterprises
2543 South Ave, Council Bluffs, IA 51503
(712) 323-5064

Tips on removing junk in Woodbine, IA

Do these companies 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

What’s the average cost of using a junk removal company?

Costs vary depending upon how much space your junk takes up in the back of the company’s truck and its weight. The complexity of the job may also factor into determining the quote. For example, having to haul heavy furniture up several flights of stairs in a tight stairwell would cost more compared to having a debris pile sitting in the driveway ready to be loaded up and hauled away.

Although it varies by location, most junk removal companies have a minimum fee they charge that ranges from $50 to $125. As the job becomes more labor intensive and the weight/volume of the debris increases, the rates also increase.

Large construction site debris cleanups may cost several thousand dollars. Smaller jobs, such as household junk pickups, may run $200 to $500. Check with your local junk company to get a more accurate rate. Quotes are free here at Hometown.