Bulk Garbage Removal
Large, bulky garbage can be a hassle in the event of a move, large purchase, or even just normal spring cleaning. Getting rid of big garbage items that do not fit in your bins can be a massive headache on top of everything else you most likely are arranging.
Your solution may be to put up your salvageable items for sale, and that may work out if your item is in a relatively good condition. However, let us say that your item is not in the best condition; no chance of anyone buying it off of you, so waste removal is often your next best bet.
Beyond that, many local waste removal services do not remove certain types of large junk items, and if they do, there’s often an unreasonable cost associated with it. The most common large bulk garbage includes:
Sofas, Chairs, Tables.
refrigerators, washing machines.
Mattresses And Bed Frames.
Home construction debris:
Lumber, Metal Scraps, Drywall.
Obviously, it would be a challenge to fit more trash into your bins, or rifling through your local garbage removal companies listings. That is precious time you’re wasting trying to find the solution, rather than just applying one!
Residential Junk Removal Services
That’s where GI Junk Removal has your back. We value your time and money, and we ensure that your large junk hauls are systematically removed with our famous Veteran precision. No matter what kind of bulk garbage you are trying to get rid of, we approach each project with lightning-fast efficiency and communication.
Looking for Commercial Junk Removal?
We do that, too!
Why Choose G.I. Junk Removal?
When you choose G.I. Junk Removal for your junk removal and hauling needs, you are supporting the Veterans who own and operate our company. Also, because we are local and independently owned, your money stays right here in our community. When you use a large franchise like 1-800-Got-Junk, College Hunks, Junk Kings, etc, a hefty portion of the money you spend leaves the Portland Metro area for good.
Let us be clear, though. We don't view support of our Veterans as an act of charity. (Read more about that HERE) What we know to be true is that the men and women who have served our country are dedicated to service, and work incredibly well as teams. They aren't afraid to get dirty, and they won't shrug off a challenge. Our shared histories of service and sacrifice prepare us to work hard together to get the job done right.