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Who should I hire to help with my garage cleanout?

Junk removal companies are a fantastic resource for garage cleanouts. Hiring a junk removal company allows you to forgo the manual labor that is often involved in an estate cleanout and allows you to direct your focus to more important matters, like grieving with your family, dealing with legal matters, and/or selling valuable items from the estate.

How much does a garage cleanout cost?

The average cost to clean out a garage is $300-$800, though the cost for your exact project may vary.

When given an estimate for garage cleanout services, it is generally all-inclusive and includes the cost for picking up the materials, loading it onto the truck, and disposing of it properly.

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

A vast majority of garage cleanout companies strive to separate any and all salvageable junk so that they can donate or recycle as much as possible. Any items that cannot be donated or recycled are hauled off to local landfills.