Remove Junk.

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We make junk removal simple. Fast service. Professional team. Honest prices. Let’s do it.

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(SC:) Clover | Fort Mill | Indian Land | Lake Wylie/ Tega Cay | Lancaster | Rock Hill | York

(NC:) Ballantyne | Charlotte| Matthews | Pineville | Steele Creek | Waxhaw | Weddington

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Our Promise to You.

Exceptional Service: Our business is taking care of people. Connecting in real ways. That starts with being considerate, honest, respectful & accountable. Being shockingly human.

Environmentally Responsible: Leave things better than we found it. Be sustainable by adopting practices to reduce waste and encourage reuse.

Community Focused: Local and independent, we’re dedicated to serving our community and finding ways to give back. 

junk [juhngk]: (verb) To cast aside as junk; discard as no longer of use.

FAQs

Junk removal costs are based on volume and measured in truck space. Check out our FREE load calculator to get a ballpark estimate. We’ll confirm the quote in- person and before we start any work. This way, you’ll know the cost before you approve the pickup.

Request:

Junk removal always starts with a conversation. That could be an online request, email, text, call or chat. When you click the orange “Remove My Junk!” button on this page it’ll have you fill out a simple request form to start that conversation. Once we connect, we’ll listen to your needs and provide a price range.

Assessment:

Some jobs may require us to schedule an assessment. An in- person visit where we can get a better idea of the job scope. Often, we’ll provide a quote during that visit and will then be prepared to do the work at that same time.

Quote:

More often, we’ll be able to provide a reasonably accurate estimate from our initial conversation. We’ll then text you a written quote. Once you “approve” the quote, we’ll confirm the appointment.

To be clear, quote approval at this point is not a sales commitment. It’s a price acknowledgement, authorization to schedule the work appointment and acceptance of our liability limits.

Visit:

Once the quote is approved, we’ll schedule an appointment. Appointments are scheduled in 2 hour arrival windows. The crew will call or text before heading your way.

Upon arrive, we’ll introduce ourselves and “walk the job” with you. During this time, we’ll ask questions and develop a game plan for safely and efficiently removing your junk. We’ll also confirm the quote. Any changes to the job, quote or schedule will be discussed with you first. Before anything happens.

When you authorize the job, we’ll get started.

Once finished, we’ll make sure the job is completed to your satisfaction and will provide the final invoice. This is usually texted directly to you, but we will review it with you. You can pay from your phone. We also accept cash, check or Venmo.

We get rid of the things you don’t want or need anymore. Just show us what needs to go. We’ll safely remove and responsibly dispose of the stuff with a kind, professional team and at a fair price.

Here’s some of the most common residential junk removal requests.

These are some of the most common junk items we come across. Not on the list? No worries. Contact us to talk about your junk removal job.

  • Mattresses
  • Appliances (refrigerators, washers/ dryers)
  • Furniture
  • TVs & Monitors
  • Water Heaters
  • Electronics (including computers and printers)
  • Hot Tubs
  • Trampolines
  • Carpet
  • Construction Debris
  • Yard waste
  • Household trash
  • Tires
  • Paint
  • Glass
  • Exercise Equipment
  • Pianos
  • Pallets
  • Playsets

Here’s a more comprehensive list of junk removal items we can haul away.

Yes! We are full service, so just show us what needs to go and we’ll take care of the rest. This includes stairs, disassembly, bagging and boxing when necessary.

It’s important that we keep things out of the landfill, get reusable items into the hands of people who can use them and raise money for worthy causes whenever we can. To accomplish this we do a few things:

  1. Resell: We’ve developed our 2nd Life Program benefitting the Isabella Santos Foundation. With this program, we resell easily sellable items on Facebook Marketplace and through our insider group at liquidation prices. 50% of the proceeds from the sale of these items is donated to ISF while the remaining money is put into a bonus pool for the crew.
  2. Donate: Reusable items that are more difficult for us to store or sell are donated to Charlotte area donation centers (Goodwill, Habitat for Humanity, Tender Hearts, etc).
  3. Recycle: We recycle what we can. This means sorting trash at the dump and delivering to scrap yards and commercial recycling centers.
  4. Dump: The landfill is our last resort, but where a fair amount of junk ends up.

We do not offer discounts or credits for sold, donated or recycled items. There is a significant cost (labor, shortage, fuel, etc.) to sorting and separating the loads and any money that comes in, goes back out in the form of a charitable donation to ISF.

Cameron Ungar and Stashy

Decluttering can be stressful. That was probably the biggest surprise getting into this business... Understanding how emotional the work is. People are managing feelings of overwhelm, sentimentality, loss, fear, anxiety and guilt. Often the results of junk removal though, are the counter emotions like relief, hope and optimism.

Cameron Ungar, Owner Trash and Stash

relief [ri-leef]: (noun) A means or thing that relieves pain, distress, anxiety, etc.

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Customer Testimonials

“Such nice gentlemen and the made the process stress free. There was no judgement about the clutter and mess and getting so much cleared away has been very liberating. Would highly recommend!!"
Sherry Lynn
“Five stars, no question. I booked online and they sent Mel the next day. Top notch professional. The items ranged from construction debris, kitchen cabinets, junk stored in the garage, paint cans, electronics, he even separated out the items to go to Goodwill."
Anne Geary

Still Have Junk Removal Questions?

Check out our residential junk removal resources page. There’s lots of great info about how junk removal works, tips and tricks for getting started and even some DIY help for the times you may be able to go it alone.