Junk Assassin is equipped and experienced in handling junk removal, debris cleanups, light demo, and estate cleanouts. We offer fair pricing and free quotes! Expect quick response times, dependable service and quality. We look forward to helping with your next cleanup!
Serving all of Hillsborough County, Dump Squad is your local source for fast and affordable junk removal services. We offer expertise in handling a wide range of jobs ranging from furniture removal to complete home or business cleanouts. Call for details and a complimentary junk removal estimate.
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Comparing Junk Removal & Dumpster Rental CostsJunk removal companies charge a minimum amount just to come out to your location, which can range anywhere from $75 to $150. If you have one or two items you want to get rid of, like a TV, sofa, or a small pile of yard debris—you’ll probably be charged the minimum amount. For large projects, like cleaning out an entire home, you could pay $1,000 or more. Dumpster rental costs are variable based on your location, size of the dumpster, type of debris, and other factors. For reference, a 20 yard dumpster costs $425, based on national averages. Learn more: Comparing the Cost of Junk Removal to Dumpster Rentals
Factors Affecting Junk Removal CostsWhen hiring a junk removal company or renting a dumpster, the cost varies a great deal depending on a number of factors, including:
- Location: Do you live far off the beaten path? If so, expect to pay more. Cost of living also plays a role. For example, you’ll pay more in Los Angeles, California than you would in Memphis, Tennessee.
- Type of waste/debris: Some service providers—junk removal and dumpster rental—charge one rate for household wastes and another for construction and demolition debris. C&D debris is often heavier, so it may end up costing more to haul away than general household trash.
- Amount of waste/debris: The heavier the load, the more you’ll pay. For junk removal, costs rise as the volume of junk increases. A full truckload of junk, for example, costs more than a load taking up just half of the truck’s total capacity.