|Truck Load||Volume (ft3)||Cost|
|Min Load||up to 60 ft.3||$9900|
|1/6th Load||60 to 80 ft.3||$13800|
|1/4th Load||80 to 120 ft.3||$19800|
|3/8th Load||120 to 180 ft.3||$28000|
|1/2th Load||180 to 240 ft.3||$33500|
|5/8th Load||240 to 300 ft.3||$39000|
|3/4th Load||300 to 360 ft.3||$43500|
|7/8th Load||360 to 420 ft.3||$49500|
|Full Load||420 to 480 ft.3||$54500|
Bedload Junk Removal Prices
|Cubic Yards||1/2 yard||1 yard||1.5 yards||2 yards||2.5 yards||3 yards||3.5 yards||4 yards|
Surcharge Price Items
Latex Paint Disposal
Latex Paint for the most part is not recycleable and must be dryed out to be thrown away.Surcharges for latex paint are charged by the gallon..
Latex Paint Surcharge: $10 per Gallon (In addition to normal volume rates).
Note: Customers may completely dry out paint using kitty litter (to a near-solid condition), and surcharges will not apply.
Freezer and Refrigerator Removal
Freezers and Refrigerators have the dangerous gas freon, which acts to deplete the ozone. Removing this gas is expensive. These surcharge prices reflect our additional cost of disposal. The fridge/freezer surcharge is in addition to the volume we pick up.
|Fridge/Freezer/AC Units||$35/Fridge, Freezer or AC Unit|
Tires are recycleable and have limitations at the transfer stations, these prices only apply to more then 4 tires.
Fluorescent Lights contain mercury and are classified as hazardous waste. They must be disposed of properly to prevent human health hazards and environmental damage.
|Fluorscent Tubes (per ft.)||$0.30/ft.|
Pianos have an extra surcharge due to the weight of the instrument. This surcharge is in addition to the volume rates.
Railroad Ties are typically treated with creosote or other chemicals that can be toxic if burned or disposed of improperly.
|Railroad Ties (per tie)||$30 each|
General Junk Pricing Explanation: The price of your junk removal job is based on three factors: type, size, and time. The type refers to volume rates, bed-load rates, and required surcharges. The size refers to the amount of space your junk takes up in the truck; the volume will determine the price bracket. Time is a factor if your job takes over an hour to fill up a truck load or less. Printable Price Sheet.
Items That We Are Not Able to Accept:
- Household hazardous waste (fuel, oil, cleaners, aerosol cans, chemicals, oil-based paint)
- Excrement (Manure, animal or human)
- Tanks (oil, diesel, propane, gas, and oxygen)
- Sealed drums, or drums that contained hazardous waste at one time
Free Price Estimate: A junk removal expert is able to provide an initial estimate via phone at 1-877-404-JUNK(5865), or you can type up an explanation when booking online. However, upon arrival you will receive a free guaranteed estimate from a trained junk removal professional.
Volume Rates: The junk truck measures 12 feet long, 8 feet wide, and 5 feet high, which is approximately 18 cubic yards (480 cubic feet). On the right side of the screen, you can hover your mouse over our different volume rates to determine the approximate size and price of your load.
Some common examples of volume items include old furniture, unwanted appliances, and general trash removal.
Bed-load Rates: Bed-load rates are for items such as dirt, tile, rock, concrete, brick, sod, compost and roofing shingles. Rates start at a minimum load of 1/2 a cubic yard.
Surcharge Items: Certain items contain surcharge prices because of their special recycling needs. These items are listed to the right and include paint, freezers, refrigerators, air conditioning units, fluorescent lights, pianos, and tires if more than four are removed.
Labor: Labor charges only apply if the job takes over one hour to complete with two junk haulers. If the job does take over an hour we charge an additional $30/hour per employee onsite.
Discounts: Discounts are available for veterans, military service members and seniors.
Payment: We accept Visa and MasterCard, cash, check, money order and invoice (only available for special circumstances or high volume customers).
admin May 2, 2017