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Junk Removal in Greenville, SC

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220 Clemson Ave, Greenville SC 29611

BLB is your local demolition and junk removal solution! We are a equipped for hauling away just about any type of nonhazardous junk, waste or debris. From appliances to complete building cleanouts, we’ve got you covered. With BLB you get competitive rates, prompt service and quality results.

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Double Spring S Sanitation
Greenville, SC
(864) 877-5774
Interior Concepts
Greenville, SC 29611
(864) 238-3786
Johnson's Sanitation Service
Greenville, SC
(864) 879-2419
Collins Sanitation Company LLC
8507 White Horse Rd, Greenville, SC 29617
(866) 658-9883
American Waste
Greenville, SC
(864) 268-5814
Carolinas Recycling Group LLC
Greenville, SC
(864) 225-8731
All Bright Sanitation
Greenville, SC
(864) 894-5009
Container Corporation Of Carolina
Greenville, SC
(864) 585-8746
Medina's Hauling
2300 Quarry Road, Gray Court, SC 29645
(864) 876-0725
R & J Grading & Fill Dirt
506 Bailey Mill Rd, Travelers Rest, SC 29690
(864) 616-9749

Tips on removing junk in Greenville, SC

What does it cost to hire a junk removal company?

Junk removal companies have minimum service fees starting at between $50 and $125, and this is the least amount you can expect to pay to have them come out and pick up a small load, such as a single piece of furniture.

More complex cleanups will cost more, and construction or demolition debris costs more to cleanup compared to household junk due to the increased labor and weight of the debris. Factors that influence cost include the volume and the weight of the debris.

The average junk removal project will cost a customer $150 to $500. However, a whole-house cleanout or a construction job site debris cleanup can easily run several thousand dollars.

Do junk haulers accept asbestos or other hazardous materials?

In order to haul hazardous wastes, such as asbestos, a junk removal business must have the proper licensing. Many do not carry this license, and thus cannot haul hazardous debris. This would also apply to household hazardous wastes and other toxic debris.

Many companies won’t haul away refrigerators or air conditioners until the units have had the refrigerant removed by a licensed specialist and the item has been red tagged. Always be sure to ask about hazardous materials to see which, if any, are accepted by the junk removal company.