Owned and operated by a team of firefighters, veterans, and service members, Junk Dawgs’s signature red truck totes away undesirable clutter from households, businesses, and landscapes. They cart away items such as unwanted projection televisions, washing machines, and tables, leaving fresh space for new possessions or long-term performance art. The company recycles an average of 60% of all the junk it handles, donating appropriate goods to Goodwill, Habitat for Humanity, and the Salvation Army and only turning to garbage dumps as a last resort. When possible, the company retains tax-deductible receipts for donated items, lessening taxes and rewarding customers with additional spending money to save for rainy days or long-awaited clavichord lessons.
Wellman Exteriors' experienced technicians beautify homes and yards with services that range from window cleaning to tree trimming. Pressure washing makes decks, patios, and siding glow with cleanliness without incurring scratches. The crew can also tend to trees, trimming branches that have developed diseases or stolen biscotti from the cookie jar.
Shred Monkey specializes in protecting privacy by destroying sensitive information and then recycling the remains. In just 15 minutes, they can shred a mass of documents that would take 10 hours to destroy using an office shredder. They also destroy hard drives, microfiche, and microfilm using a government-issued particle shredder. Clients can use the company's containers for no additional charge, and can opt for pickup or drop-off service.
When Melissa Appleton and her sister started M.A. Dirt Prosecutor, they shared two things: a single small room and an obsession with tidiness. Today their residential and commercial cleaning company has grown to more than 30 employees. Clients can employ the efforts of a fully insured cleaning crew to spruce up a home, clean up an office, or remove the milk mustache from a plaster bust of Louis Pasteur.