Junk Removers in Stevensville, MI
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Lakeshore Roll-Off and Demolition is a locally owned and operated dumpster rental company. We work hard to find less expensive and greener ways of waste disposal and hauling. At Lakeshore, we know that most waste can be recycled. Let us help save you money while also saving the environment.
Get great service from your local junk removal solution, All Cities Junk and Debris Removal Service. We proudly serve the area offering a wide range of waste removal services for homeowners, businesses, banks, landlords, and more. Our junk removal expertise includes whole-home cleanouts, hoarding, yard debris removal, construction debris, furniture, and much more.
If you’re in Southwest Michigan or Northwest Indiana, Michiana Recycling and Disposal Service is the company to call for superior waste disposal and recycling services. They offer junk removal, weekly collection, and dumpster rentals.
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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?