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Once you’ve decided to renovate your home, you’re going to have an uphill battle ahead of you. It will prove to be difficult and stressful. It is pertinent to simplify the process to ensure that everything goes smoothly. One of the best ways to do that is by teaming up with our qualified junk specialists. When you do, you can guarantee that you won’t have to clean up the mess once you’ve finished. Instead, we’ll take your old construction debris and dispose of these items for you.

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We Dispose Of Concrete, Wood, & More

We strive to be the leading construction waste removal company in your area. When you’re ready to begin the construction project, work with us. Tackling the project is going to be difficult. It’ll be hard to get rid of the item and clean up the mess. Let us clean up the mess for you. We can take many types of construction debris, including bricks, wood planks, drywall, panels, and more.

Work with us so you won’t have to clean up the mess after you’ve completed the difficult DIY project.

We Can Take All Kinds Of Construction Materials

We can help you get rid of all types of construction materials, including those mentioned below.

Concrete

First and foremost, you can rest assured knowing we can get rid of concrete. There is always a risk that you’ll have to break up a concrete pad. Once you’ve done that, you’re going to have a lot of big concrete pieces to deal with. Since they’re heavy and difficult to dispose of on your own, it is wise to let a professional help. We can take your concrete pieces and dispose of them in an eco-friendly way.

In general, the cost of our concrete disposal service depends on the weight of the concrete. We’ll give you a free estimate before the cleanup process begins.

Asphalt

You might have to get rid of asphalt too. Whether you have asphalt shingles or pavement, work with us. We can responsibly dispose of both materials. We’ve done it numerous times before and we’ll do it again. Call our office so we can get rid of your unwanted asphalt items right away.

Unwanted Wood

Most homes are made of wood. You’ll have wood beams, columns, studs, and panels. Therefore, you’ll likely have to get rid of unwanted wood at some point. We’re here to aid you. We can take your wood to a recycling center to have it re-milled. Once this happens, the wood can be reused for another purpose.

Metal

Depending on the project, you might have leftover metal that you need to get rid of. Some junk removal companies won’t handle metal, but we do. We’re happy to help. Call our office so we can assess the situation and give you a free estimate. Work with us and your scrap metal will be gone before you know it.

Drywall

Once you’ve completed a renovation project, you’re likely going to have drywall to get rid of. It won’t be easy. After all, most homes have drywall. What are you going to do with your drywall? It is easier to let us deal with it for you. We’ve helped countless clients get rid of unwanted drywall. Call our office so we can begin helping you too.

We Get Rid Of Many Types Of Construction Debris

Which Materials Can Be Recycled?

You can sleep soundly knowing many of your construction materials can be recycled. For instance, we can help you recycle old rock, insulation, plastics, tile, lumber, drywall, and carpet. If you’re interested in recycling these materials, call us. Our technicians will come to your home, get the items, and haul these items away. Before you know it, the items will arrive at the landfill so they can be recycled.

Disposing Of Damaged Concrete

When you begin laying a new foundation, you may have to get rid of the old one. Before you can do this, you’ll need to break up the concrete and remove it. What are you going to do with it? Although you could keep the concrete chunks on your property, it is best to dispose of them. There are several ways to achieve this goal.

  • Load the concrete into your truck and take the chunks to a demolition waste center.
  • Call a building supply retailer to see if they’ll take it.
  • Build an online ad to give it away or sell it.
  • Hire us to get rid of the unwanted concrete for you.
  • Give it to a company that offers recycling services.
  • Place it on the curb and give it away for free.
  • Try using it for an upcoming DIY project.
  • Put it in a rented dumpster.

Your unwanted concrete chunks and slabs can still be used. Call us so we can find a way to get rid of these items for you.

Dealing With Unwanted Scrap Wood

You’ll also need to do something with the leftover scrap wood. Thankfully, most wood products can be recycled. If the wood has been treated, painted, or stain, it’ll be harder to get rid of it. When possible, the wood should be recycled. Otherwise, the items will have to be sent to the landfill.

What To Do With Bricks

Besides concrete and cement, you might also have to dispose of leftover bricks. What is the best thing to do with these items? Remember that bricks are non biodegradable. Therefore, they’re going to consume a lot of space in the landfill, and they’re not going to disappear quickly. Instead, you should use one of the methods below.

  • Are the bricks still in good condition?
  • If they are, give them away during a local material transfer event.
  • See if a neighbor will accept it.
  • Give it to someone away online.
  • If they cannot be used, you’ll have to send them to the landfill.

Bricks can likely be used for your next DIY project. If so, keep these items and find a way to use them. Otherwise, we’ll get rid of them for you.

Dealing With Leftover Drywall

Finally, you may need to deal with scrap drywall or sheetrock. Thankfully, the material is easy to recycle and reuse. It is a good idea to take the drywall to a local recycling center. If you need help, call us.

Other Waste We Take

We take all construction waste, including tile, plastic, insulation, rock, metal, and wood.

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