The saying "one man's trash is another's treasure" is a sentiment few deep-sea divers would agree with after dedicating their lives to uncovering centuries-old chests filled with used eye patches and cans of New Coke. Dispose of lingering unwantables responsibly with today's Groupon: for $79, you get $165 worth of junk removal from 1-800-Got-Junk?, a junk-removal company servicing northern Nevada and Lake Tahoe. An additional $20 fee may apply for areas outside of Carson City, Minden, Reno, and Sparks.
A nationally respected de-cluttering outfit that’s been buzzed about on Dr. Phil and CNBC, 1-800-Got-Junk? hauls away any unwanteds that can be lifted by two able-bodied picker-uppers. After booking your appointment by calling on the phone or lighting your rooftop trash beacon, an expert team will arrive to your home on time to survey the loot and give an estimate based upon volume. Flat fees are assessed per truckload, ranging from $129 for an eighth of an 8'x10' truckload to $235 for a third of an 8'x10' truckload.
Professional junk removal can be a great option for college students, seniors, or those who mistakenly moved into the old Sanford place. With an eye for responsible disposal, 1-800-Got-Junk? successfully diverts around 60% of the soiled sofas, outlived appliances, garden refuse, and haywire Rube Goldberg machines it collects from landfills, donating or recycling the spoiled spoils whenever possible.
Since 1989, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? has saved more than 1.5 billion pounds of possessions from nearby landfills, earning mentions on Dr. Phil and a starring role on A&E's Hoarders. Respecting customers’ time, the punctual, uniformed crews establish two-hour appointment windows, and make a courtesy call 15–30 minutes before they rappel down from their junk-o-copters. Once onsite, the team quickly clears away 19 types of undesirable items—including everything from old mattresses to scrap metal—from cluttered homes, businesses, and construction sites, loading them into their truck before thoroughly cleaning the vacated area. Once loaded, the bric-a-brac makes its way to recycling centers, donation drops, and safe disposal sites, preventing usable furniture, computer monitors, and perfectly good banana costumes from languishing in landfills.