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The Moving Company And Junk LLC

320 Christian St, Worthington IN 47471

The Moving Company and Junk LLC is a locally owned and operated junk removal service provider equipped to remove construction debris, yard waste, demolition debris, household junk, and more. We work hard to provide a valuable service to our customers. Contact us today for a fast, free junk removal estimate.

Ray's Trash Service Inc

3859 E Us Highway 40, Clayton IN 46118

Ray’s Trash Service, Inc. is Indianapolis’s largest independent recycling and waste disposal company. They offer residential, commercial, and industrial removal services and equipment.

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Removing Unwanted Junk

Comparing Junk Removal & Dumpster Rental Costs

Junk 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 moreComparing the Cost of Junk Removal to Dumpster Rentals

Factors Affecting Junk Removal Costs

When 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.
Keep reading: Should I hire a junk removal service or rent a dumpster?