Junk Removers in Lowell, MI

America's #1 Source for Dumpsters

1965 Waldorf NW, Grand Rapids MI 49505

Since 1986, Constructors Inc. has provided the West Michigan area a single source for construction, demolition, junk removal, and related services. We have the equipment and experience necessary to get the job done efficiently and at a fair price. Our crews can handle complete home or business cleanouts, construction debris cleanups, and more.

44 Lilly St SE, Grand Rapids MI 49548

Located in Grand Rapids, MI and serving all of West Michigan, Ace Disposal specializes in all aspects of garbage collection, dumpster rental, and junk removal services. They are the waste disposal experts.

Serving Lowell, MI

Serving all of Western Michigan, MCM Disposal knows what it takes to complete waste disposal projects of all shapes and sizes. They can provide dumpster rental, construction, recycling, trash collection, junk removal, and more.

Sager & Associates

Sager & Associates

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Sager & Associates
Serving Lowell, MI

Sager and Associates is a professional provider of debris removal, pre-forclosure and REO services. We shorten the cycle from foreclosure to sale and limit costs as much as possible. No job is too large or small for Sager and Associates. Call today for a residential or commercial junk removal quote.

Serving Lowell, MI

Advanced Disposal Services, Inc. serves Kent, Ottawa, Allegan, and Muskegon Counties in Michigan. They provide exceptional waste disposal services, like roll-off container rentals, recycling, compactors, and junk removal services.

Junk Removal Tips

Removing Unwanted Junk

When Hiring a Junk Removal Company Makes the Most Sense:

  • You only have a few large, bulk trash items (junk removal service is typically cheaper than renting a dumpster in this situation)
  • You have a lot of debris in a central spot and are willing to pay a little extra for someone else's labor to load and haul the junk
  • You want the junk to be removed and out of sight quickly.
  • You want someone else to load your debris for you.

When Renting a Dumpster Makes the Most Sense:

  • You want the flexibility to load the container over time. (A typical rental includes up to 7 days.)
  • You don't mind loading the junk or debris yourself to save a little money on labor.
  • You have more than 3 or 4 cubic yards of material. (Roll-off containers typically start at 10 cubic yards, so if you only have 3 or 4 cubic yards of material, you're paying for more dumpster than you need.)

Comparing Junk Removal Costs

The cost of hiring a junk removal service or renting a dumpster varies based on several factors, including:

  • location
  • volume of junk/debris
  • duration of service
  • disposal fees
  • who you hire

For large cleanups, junk removal services cost more than renting a dumpster because of the added labor costs involved. For smaller cleanups, like removing some furniture or a refrigerator, it would cost less to have someone remove it. If you rent a dumpster, you will likely be paying for more dumpster than you need.

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Junk Removal Tips

Removing Unwanted Junk

Average Junk Removal Service Prices

  • Minimum charge: $75 - $150
  • Household junk: $200 - $300
  • Construction, concrete, brick debris: $300 - $400
  • Yard waste: $200 - $300

Costs are generally steeper in cities with a higher cost of living, such as New York City or Los Angeles, and lower in areas with a low cost of living. The distance the dumpster or junk removal company has to travel to/from your property, as well as to the landfill or recycling center, may also influence pricing.

Comparing Junk Removal Costs to Dumpster Rental Prices

The pricing in both cases can vary significantly based on your location, the type/amount of material to be loaded, etc. In most cases, dumpster rental prices fall between $300 and $600 for a seven-day rental.

The pricing structure for most junk removal services is based on the type of junk you’re removing and how much of it.

If you need to remove only a few large items, like furniture or appliances, hiring a junk removal service is the more cost-effective option. Renting a dumpster is more economical choice for bigger jobs where you’ll be throwing out at least 7-cubic-yards of material or more.

Keep reading: When Is It a Good Idea to Hire a Junk Removal Service?