Junk Removers in Chalmette, LA
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Serving all off St. Tammany and Slidell, LA areas, BJ’s Waste, Inc. is the local north shore leader in roll-off containers, demolition, and junk removal. They are dedicated to serving residential, commercial, and industrial clients.
The experienced professionals at 360 Trucking offer a complete waste removal solution with affordable dumpster rental and comprehensive junk removal services. We are equipped for hauling away just about any type of nonhazardous waste, including household junk, construction debris, yard wastes and more.
James Bourgeois Container is a locally owned and operated full service junk removal, dumpster rental and demolition company. We have been serving clients with affordable, professional and high quality services since 1989. We specialize in small and large jobs from estate cleanouts to single item removal.
Over the Horizon LLC is a proud veteran-owned company committed to providing exceptional service and treating its customers with respect and dignity. We offer several key services for residential and commercial customers, including dumpster rental (incl. trailer dumpsters) and junk & debris hauling services. We specialize in large-scale cleanouts.
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How much does junk removal cost?
Most companies charge a minimum fee of $75 - $150 for any junk removal job, regardless of size. If you have an entire house worth of debris, then you could pay upwards of $500 - $1,000, or more in a hoarding situation or other large volume cleanup job.
If you have more than a couple of items, many companies will quote a price based on the expected volume of the debris in the truck. For instance, a full truckload, 1/2 truckload, or 1/4 truckload. Some companies will charge by the hour.
To ensure you get the best price, get quotes from at least three different junk removal companies in your area.
Is there a way for me to reduce junk removal costs?
That depends on the type of "junk" you have. If any of it is in reusable condition, it may be able to be donated, sold for cash, or recycled.