Junk Removal in Spokane, WA

America's #1 Source for Dumpsters

Serving Spokane, WA

JDog takes pride in supporting our Veterans and family members of Veterans. We are a hardworking team committed to the same principles entrusted in our Military: Honesty, Integrity and Trust. We are equipped to handle just about any size junk removal project. Contact us today for a free junk removal estimate.

2319 E Springfield Ave, Spokane WA 99202

Junk-n-Dump is Spokane’s leading full-service junk removal company. They offer comprehensive junk removal services and also provide dumpster trailer drop-offs.

1309 W Augusta Ave, Spokane WA 99205

Johnson’s Hauling and Moving is a full-service hauling company specializing in local and long distance moving, cleanouts, and more. 

4114 E 26th Ave, Spokane WA 99223

Jim’s U-Call I-Haul provides reliable, friendly junk removal services to residential and commercial locations. They are known for their fast, dependable service.

2907 N Upriver Dr, Spokane WA 99217

A construction site cleanup company that provides junk removal and industrial cleaning services to Spokane and surrounding areas.

4804 N Freya St, Spokane WA 99217

A junk removal and trash cleanup company serving the Spokane area. Atchley’s Hauling Inc also provides residential and commercial asphalt sealcoating, rubber crack filling, and parking lot stripping.

Junk Removal Tips

Removing Unwanted Junk

How much does junk removal cost?

Most companies charge a minimum fee of $75 - $150 for any junk removal job, regardless of size. If you have an entire house worth of debris, then you could pay upwards of $500 - $1,000, or more in a hoarding situation or other large volume cleanup job.

If you have more than a couple of items, many companies will quote a price based on the expected volume of the debris in the truck. For instance, a full truckload, 1/2 truckload, or 1/4 truckload. Some companies will charge by the hour.

To ensure you get the best price, get quotes from at least three different junk removal companies in your area.

Is there a way for me to reduce junk removal costs?

That depends on the type of "junk" you have. If any of it is in reusable condition, it may be able to be donated, sold for cash, or recycled.