Canada Junk Removal's movers see no difference between a refrigerator and a pile of leaves. In their view, all nonhazardous objects, regardless of their size and weight, are simply obstructions that clients wish to be unburdened of. They lift appliances, furniture, and construction waste and clean up residual debris, loading it all into their truck while the homeowner revels in the newly vacated space. After pulling away, the drivers donate large amounts of the truckload to charities or recycling plants. The staff also hauls larger loads from demolition sites and house parties that Godzilla wasn't invited to.
As part of his job at a large telecommunications company, Mike Thorne was charged with getting rid of the company’s glut of outdated office furniture. Frustrated by his lack of options, Mike decided to branch out and create his own company, JustJunk.com. Now more than 10 years old, the company operates franchises across Canada, dispatching uniformed and courteous technicians to haul away all manner of unwanted junk.
html_text: Junk-B-Gone’s dedicated team arrives on-site to remove waste by the truckload from spring cleanings, landscaping projects, and renovations. The business supplies bins so its clients can meet construction requirements and handles specialized items such as electronic waste, appliances, and last-generation robot butlers.
The licensed and bonded technicians at Sterling Cleaning and Restoration have cleaned and repaired homes and workplaces with environmentally friendly products for more than 18 years. They go about each service methodically, mapping out stains and debris and ensuring that furniture is safe before a carpet cleaning, water-damage restoration, window washing, or duct cleaning.
An old treadmill that’s become a drying rack for clothes. A broken air conditioner that’s sat in the garage for three summers. The crews of 1-888-JUNK-VAN drive their trucks to clients’ homes and remove such domestic deadweight, sometimes dispatching for same-day service. Upon arrival, junk-removal specialists tell homeowners to relax and leave the lifting to them. They then swiftly haul away appliances, furniture, and napping roommates, charging each job by weight. In keeping with the company’s green mandate, crews recycle as many reclaimed items as possible, and any items that cannot be reused are sorted for proper disposal. To further their commitment to environmental responsibility and community outreach, 1-888-JUNK-VAN leaders regularly donate to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and match each $2 donation that clients make at time of service.