Junk Hauling Services for a Minimum or Quarter Truckload of Junk from We Haul (Up to 58% Off)

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Woman-owned company performs hauling and eco-conscious disposal of furniture and household items

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Expires Feb 13th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Valid only within San Francisco county. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for removal of hazardous materials. Extra $10 surcharge per item for mattresses and televisions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Getting rid of old junk creates space for new belongings, such as a softer sofa, a flatter TV, and handsomer children. Upgrade everything with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $69 for a minimum truckload of junk, which typically includes the hauling of one large piece of furniture (a $150 value)
  • $95 for a quarter truckload of junk, which typically includes the hauling of household items and one large piece of furniture (a $225 value)

We Haul uses a truck that is 15 feet long. Click here to see estimates of the total number of items that can be hauled for each option.

We Haul

It's clear that Anne Murray and Corinne Barreca, the owners of We Haul, take a personal interest in what others might deem junk. They revealed in a profile in the San Francisco Examiner that their junk-hauling business began as a way to gather antique furniture and collectibles. Today, their full-grown business takes an ecologically responsible approach to junk hauling. The company donates up to 75% of items that might otherwise clog landfills to nonprofit organizations, recycling centers, or salvaging companies that can extend their useful lifespans without giving them pricey dips into the Fountain of Youth.

We Haul

It's clear that Anne Murray and Corinne Barreca, the owners of We Haul, take a personal interest in what others might deem junk. They revealed in a profile in the San Francisco Examiner that their junk-hauling business began as a way to gather antique furniture and collectibles. Today, their full-grown business takes an ecologically responsible approach to junk hauling. The company donates up to 75% of items that might otherwise clog landfills to nonprofit organizations, recycling centers, or salvaging companies that can extend their useful lifespans without giving them pricey dips into the Fountain of Youth.

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