Getting Rid of Unwanted Junk is as Easy as 1, 2, 3!
From small items to multiple truck loads, we load, haul and clean up the junk from your residence or business. Our service reps will walk you through the process and our team can remove almost anything from anywhere. Whether your items are in your basement, garage or backyard – It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!
Once our team arrives, just tell us what needs to go. Our estimates and pricing include all fees for pickup, removal, recycling and disposal of your junk. After your items are loaded, we make sure your area is clean.
Arwood Waste is environmentally friendly and we are a GoGreen certified company. Minimizing environmental impact and giving back to the community by recycling, reusing or donating as much as possible is very important to us.
How to Prepare for Your Junk Removal Appointment
We value your time and want to make the junk removal process as easy as possible. Here are a few tips on preparing for your appointment.
Identify Your Junk
Make sure you know where all the junk items are currently located. Create a list and label them with notes or colored tape. If your items are spread over multiple rooms or floors, don't worry about moving them. Our teams are trained to safely lift these items, and have special equipment to use when necessary. Heavy lifting is part of our junk removal service.
Group Small Items Together
If you have a lot of smaller items hanging around, gather them up in bags along with any loose rubbish. The process of gathering smaller items may help you identify larger items you don't want to move yourself. This will also speed up the process when our team comes to haul your junk away.
Locate and Separate Hazardous Materials
Oil, solvents, batteries, paint, asbestos, medical waste and other hazardous materials need to be processed separately. These items require specific disposal methods to protect the environment and for the safety of our crew. Let us know if you have any of these items when you book your junk removal service so we can make the proper arrangements for their disposal. Label and separate them (if possible) from other junk items.