|Pricing based on
This indicates how what the junk removal company bases their pricing on. In most cases,it is based on the truckload. In other cases, it may be based on the weight of junk that is loaded and hauled away.
|1/4 truckload||$160.00 2/5|
|1/2 truckload||$240.00 3/5|
|3/4 truckload||$320.00 4/5|
|Full Truck||$399.00 full truckload|
|Minimum job size||dependent|
Disposal fees may apply for some items.
|Car batteries||Not accepted|
|Tires with rim||dependent|
|Tires without rim||dependent|
|Rail road ties||Not accepted|
|In-home estimate cost||Free|
|Bed length||10.0 feet|
|Bed width||6.4 feet|
|Bed height||6.6 feet|
|Truck capacity||15.6 cubic yards|
|Number of owned trucks||1|
|Includes loading of truck|
|Recycle junk whenever possible|
|Only dispose state-approved landfill sites/transfer stations
Indicates whether the junk removal service exclusively disposes of waste in state-approved landfills or transfer stations
Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, and Pasco Counties, Florida
|Employees vs. contractors
Indicates whether the technicians servicing your house are employees of or contractors hired by the service provider.
|Current business license
Indicates whether the service provider has a current business license.
|Current general liability insurance
The service providers you hire should carry both general liability & workers compensation insurance. If the service provider damages your property or harms you or someone else, their liability insurance should cover the cost of these damages. This insurance can be expensive and some service providers may be tempted to avoid the expense by letting insurance lapse. Since insurance can expire or be cancelled, you should always verify this information yourself.
|Current worker comp. insurance
The service providers you hire should carry both general liability & workers compensation insurance, which provides for workers medical bills and lost wages if they happen to be injured on the job. This insurance can be quite expensive, particularly for high-risk occupations. Some businesses may be tempted to avoid the expense by letting insurance lapse. For this reason, you should always verify that the service provider has a current insurance policy.