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Who should I hire to help with my commercial cleanout?

At Hometown, we suggest getting several estimates before hiring a commercial cleanout service provider. 

Consider reputation, customer service, and availability as well as price before hiring the right company for the job.

How much does a commercial cleanout cost?

Most junk removal companies' costs are based on the volume of junk you have and how much space it takes up in the truck or trailer.

Average costs for common commercial building junk removal cleanouts:

  • Small shop (< 500 sq ft): $300-$600
  • Medium shop (1,000 sq ft): $800-$2,000
  • Large building or warehouse: $2,000-$10,000+

What do junk removal companies do with the items they take?

The goal of most junk removal companies (or the reputable ones, anyway) is to separate the junk they haul away so that they can donate or recycle as much as possible. Items that cannot be donated or recycled are hauled off to local landfills.