What can you haul?
Anything that can be broken down and carried by two guys. Most household items fit within the confines of our truck.
What can't you take?
We can’t take anything hazmat.
This includes things like fluorescent light bulbs, motor oil, antifreeze, needles, rotting meat, oil-based paints, fire extinguishers, gasoline, propane, butane, ammunition, fireworks, and anything explosive are some examples of what we can’t take.
Most solid waste transfer facilities have a hazardous waste area that homeowners are allowed to use for common household items. As a business, we are unable to take these things without a hazmat license.
We also do not haul landscaping materials like gravel, dirt, or beauty bark.
What do you charge?
Please refer to our pricing page
What do I do with paint?
Water-based or latex-based paints can be dumped like household trash IF they are first made dry or the consistency of oatmeal. If they aren’t, they will gum up the machines used at the dump and won’t be accepted. Kitty-litter, sawdust, and store-bought paint hardeners will do the trick. After it’s the right consistency, we will be happy to take it.
Oil-based paints are considered hazardous and we are unable to take them.
Can you move something for me?
No, we are not set up to be movers
Can you give me an exact bid before starting work?
Due to the nature of the work, it is easy to underestimate the amount of junk or debris that needs to be cleaned up. We will give your our best estimate for how much debris we think you have, but ultimately we will need to charge by our truck rates.
Do you rent out dumpsters or containers?
We do rent out our own containers. If a job requires it, we will source containers for a third party.
What do you need to know in order to take my vehicle (car, truck, boat, RV, trailer, motorhome, etc.)?In order to take any vehicle, we must have the proper title paperwork. Abandoned or junk vehicle affidavits must be notarized in order for us to accept them.
In order to determine pricing, we will need to know the following:
- What city or area is the vehicle located in?
- Do you have the title? (Trailers need titles, too!)
- What kind of vehicle is it? (Car, truck, boat, RV, motorhome, trailer, etc.)
- If it is a boat, RV, motorhome, or trailer, how many feet long is it?
- Do the wheels and axles still work? (i.e. can it be towed?)
- Is the vehicle readily accessible? Can a truck pull up to it or does it need to be dug or dragged out to somewhere a tow truck can access?
- Is the vehicle full of garbage?
- Is there any evidence of hypodermic needles, human waste, drugs, or any drug paraphernalia in the vehicle?
- Have many of the parts been taken off of the vehicle?
- The vehicle itself
- Each wheel and axle, if visible
- The access leading up to the vehicle
I don't have a title for my vehicle. What do I do?
Every county will have its own process for junk vehicle paperwork. Usually you will need to contact the sheriff’s office and let them know you have an abandoned or junk vehicle on your property. You will be able to make an appointment to have someone come out and run the registration on your vehicle.
If a registered owner is not found, you will be given paperwork that can be notarized immediately and will act as a title.
If a registered owner is found, you will need to send the paperwork given to you via certified mail to the last registered owner. This is something of a “last chance” for the vehicle owner to come get the vehicle off of your property. If the registered owner does not get the vehicle off of your property in the allotted time frame (generally 15 days), you can then get the paperwork notarized and it will act as the title for the vehicle.