Junk Removal in Visalia, CA

America's #1 Source for Dumpsters

14976 Avenue 168, Tulare CA 93274

Locally owned and operated, Central Valley Roll-Off & Recycling, LLC has been serving Kings, Fresno, and Tulare Counties since 2004. They specialize in quality waste removal, from construction/demolition debris to yard waste, wood, concrete, scrap metal, cardboard, etc.

Pena's Disposal Service

Pena's Disposal Service

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12094 Avenue 408, Cutler CA 93615

Since 1949, Peña’s Disposal Service has worked tirelessly to change the waste disposal industry’s standard for quality. They offer residential and commercial services, including junk removal, recycling, material recovery, and more with one goal in mind: zero waste.

Junk Removal Tips

Removing Unwanted Junk

What can I get rid of using junk removal?

Generally speaking, junk removal companies accept more items than dumpster rental companies.

A junk removal service may be more willing to remove some of the items that you can't put in a dumpster, like tires, refrigerators, or old cans of paint.

Other common items that most junk removal companies accept include:

  • Appliances
  • Batteries
  • Bicycles
  • Box springs and mattresses
  • Car parts
  • Dirt
  • Furniture
  • Hot tubs
  • Insulation
  • Propane tanks
  • Shingles
  • TVs
  • Toilets
  • Windows
  • Wiring
  • Yard waste

How much does it cost to hire a junk removal company?

A majority of junk removal companies charge a minimum rate, regardless of how small the removal job is. For example, most companies charge around $75 - $125 to come out and haul away anything. For large projects, like whole-home cleanouts and hoarding jobs, then you could end up paying upwards of $2,000.

The amount of junk that needs to be removed, where the junk is located, how heavy the junk is (and whether it needs to be disassembled), and who you hire are some of the biggest factors affecting junk removal cost.

To ensure you pay a fair price, we recommend getting quotes from 2-3 junk removal companies.

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