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Who should I hire to help with my yard waste removal?

Professional yard waste removal is undoubtedly the fastest, easiest, and most labor-free way to get rid of piles of yard waste, both big and small.

Hiring a local junk removal company to assist with your yard waste removal project is a great option. Not only do they thoroughly understand local disposal laws, but they also typically provide better customer service, lower prices, and faster, more responsive services than the big name companies.

How much does yard waste removal cost?

Yard waste removal pricing varies based on severity of the job. For example, a minor yard waste cleanup, like some tree branches and limbs, can cost anywhere from $200-$400 on average. For larger jobs, like major storm cleanup, you can expect to pay $1,000 or more.

How long does yard waste removal take?

Yard waste takes anywhere from an hour to a full 8-hour day or more in extreme cases. If you have a single downed tree, or lightweight brush to pick up and haul away, it shouldn’t take more than an hour or two to complete the project. If you are recovering from a severe storm, you can likely expect your yard waste removal to take at least one 8-hour work day to complete.