What You'll Get
One man's trash is another man's treasure, and one man's unplugged refrigerator is one raccoon family's summer cottage. Avoid housing feral vacationers with today's Groupon: for $75, you get $150 worth of junk removal services from We Haul. This deal is valid for homes within a 10-mile radius of San Francisco.
Female owned and operated, We Haul helps reduce landfill waste by donating, recycling, and reusing 75% of the junk it removes. With today’s deal, We Haul's service techs will ferry off $150 worth of unwanted junk and debris and usher it into the waiting arms of area redistribution channels. Operating a 15'x7'x7.5' truck, We Haul charges $150 for one-eighth of a truck load, $375 for half a truck load, and $850 to fill its vessel to the brim. Offering estimates over the phone or in-person, We Haul also pledges to root out rubbish from wherever it lives, whether perched atop four flights of stairs, crouched under the recesses of a basement, or reading National Geographic in your pool house.
We Haul may charge additional fees for removing certain items such as electronics or mattresses, and homeowners with more than $150 worth of junk can apply their Groupon toward the overall cost of removal. Offering same-day service if called before 11 a.m., We Haul accommodates appointments Monday–Saturday 9 a.m.–5 p.m., and will provide a courtesy call when they're on their way to give obsolete sports equipment a running head start.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only within 10mi of San Francisco. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.