Windows and Doors

Window and Door Removal

Upgrading to energy-efficient windows and doors can save energy and money, so don't break the bank overpaying for disposal of your old windows and doors. Upgrades and renovations like this are enough work without worrying about lifting and loading unwanted units, construction debris and broken glass. In older homes, you may be even have to deal with lead paint, meaning those old windows and doors are considered to be household hazardous waste.

Take the stress and strain out of your renovation and demolition projects by booking an appointment our team will handle the heavy lifting for you. When we’re finished loading your scrap metal, we’ll haul it away, leaving you with a clean space.

Unlike a dumpster rental, junk removal prices are based on the amount of junk removed from your site, not the time it takes to load or haul them. We also offer bulk waste removal for larger projects. Regardless of which option is right for your project, we’ll give you a upfront pricing that includes labor, transportation, disposal, and recycling of your junk.

Door and Window Reuse and Recycling

Our work doesn’t stop when we leave with your old windows and doors. We’re experts at recycling your unwanted building materials. We sort through every load after removal. Instead of ending up in a landfill, your old door could be the finishing touch on another family's new home. If your window units and doors are free of lead paint and can be reused, we'll take them to be donated to a local charity.

If your junk can't be reused, it will be processed and sorted for recycling. When any building materials are recycled, it saves valuable resources including metal, glass, wood and plastic. While your door and windows are dismantled for recycling, any hazardous materials are removed and disposed of separately.

Safe and responsible disposal of construction junk and debris helps prevent the release of chemicals into the environment and reduced the impact on landfills. Visit for more information on recycling windows, doors and other construction materials.