It’s easy to accumulate clutter. The same can’t be said for getting rid of it. Hiring a junk hauling company is a convenient option. Doing the junk or debris removal yourself is another option that may work well for some people. We’ll go over the costs of each option and provide tips to get the job done in the most cost-efficient manner.
There comes a time when you have to part ways with your saggy sofa, three-legged chair, and non-reclining recliner. You can expect to pay $75 or more to get it hauled away by a junk removal company. The minimum fee for most junk removal companies in the U.S. ranges from $50 - $125. For jobs bigger than 1 - 3 small pieces of furniture, the costs will go up incrementally.
When it comes to any sort of bulk waste or debris removal, your two best options are hiring a junk removal company or renting a dumpster. But how do you know which is the more cost-effective solution? Good question—let’s find out.
Whether it’s a renovation project, new construction, home cleanout, furniture removal, or any other type of waste or debris removal project, a junk removal service or dumpster rental are the top two solutions for the job. But, when is it better to rent a dumpster vs. hiring a junk removal company, and vice versa? Let’s explore the difference between the two and determine which is best for your situation.