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Construction Debris Removal

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Once you’ve decided to renovate your house, you’ll have a lot of work ahead of you. First, you’ll need to remove everything from the room. Then, you’ll have to complete the renovation project. Once you’ve done this, you’ll need to do something with the leftover junk. It can be difficult to get rid of construction waste since your local trash service likely won’t pick it up. If this is the problem you’re facing, let us handle it for you. We offer full-scale construction debris removal at reasonable prices.

Disposing Of All Construction Debris

Rest assured knowing our technicians can handle all types of construction debris. We can remove and dispose of wood, brick, concrete, drywall, and other materials. Plus, we can handle materials of all shapes and sizes. You can depend on us to take care of it for you. We strive to be one of the most respected debris removal companies in the country. We have years of experience and the skills to resolve your problem no matter what.

The Construction Materials We Get Rid Of

Work with us because we’ll find a way to get rid of your construction materials.

Concrete Disposal

Concrete is incredibly difficult to get rid of. There is a good chance that the trash man will leave that big piece of concrete sitting by the curb. You’re going to have multiple pieces of concrete of all shapes and sizes. If you’re having trouble getting rid of it, call us. Our junk removal experts can get rid of concrete safely and conveniently. Call today to schedule an appointment so we can remove your concrete soon.

Asphalt Pickup

While most people don’t realize it, asphalt is recyclable. Whether you’re dealing with asphalt shingles or pavement, you can guarantee that we’ll be able to take it for you. Plus, we can have it recycled. These items can be taken to a recycling center so they can be used to create new roadways and walkways. Let us handle it because you might hurt yourself.

Disposing Scrap Wood

After a renovation project, you’ll likely have a few pieces of scrap wood sitting around your property. Some can be saved, but others need to be removed right away. We can help you recycle the wood so it can be used for other purposes. Your construction waste can be milled again and transformed into new lumber. Otherwise, it can be used to create mulch or environmentally friendly logs.

Hauling Away Scrap Metal

It won’t be easy to get rid of your scrap metal. We can make it easier. Our junk experts will find a way to dispose of it for you right away.

Getting Rid Of Drywall

We’ll also help you get rid of drywall. If you’ve replaced a piece of drywall to cover a hole, you’ll need to dispose of the old piece. You don’t want to create a mess. If you dry or break the drywall, you’re going to have to clean up a lot of drywall dust. If you let us do this for you, it isn’t something you’ll have to worry about.

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Construction Waste That Can Be Recycled

You’ll appreciate that we can help you recycle many types of construction waste. For instance, we can help you get rid of carpet, rock, plastic, metal, concrete, lumber, and more. You can likely dispose of some materials on your own. Start by calling your local recycling center to find out what they’ll take. If they will accept your items, you can take them there. However, you may not have a van or truck. Let us do it and lighten your load.

How To Get Rid Of Concrete

At some point, you may destroy a concrete slab so you can install a new one. If this is the case, you’ll have to do something with the old concrete. There are other ways to deal with it besides taking it to the landfill.

  • Load the concrete and take it to a nearby demolition waste facility.
  • See if a building supply retailer will take it from you.
  • Try giving away the concrete online.
  • Call us so we can deal with it for you.
  • Get in touch with a company specializing in recycling.
  • Give it away on the curb.
  • Find a way to reuse the concrete.
  • Place it in a rented dumpster.

Although you don’t want it, your old concrete may still have value. Therefore, it could be helpful to someone.

Recycling Concrete

Many materials can be recycled. Thankfully, concrete fits into this category. When recycled, the concrete can be used to create new foundations, pavement, wire, and more.

Getting Rid Of Scrap Wood

There are various ways to get rid of scrap wood. The best disposal method depends on whether the wood is treated. If you’re dealing with untreated wood, your local trash company may take it for you. It can also be used or sold. When dealing with pressure-treated or varnished wood, it will be harder to reuse. In all likelihood, it’ll need to be reused by you or taken to a nearby landfill.

Dealing With Bricks

Since bricks are bulky and heavy, they’re difficult to get rid of on your own. You can’t dispose of them by hiding them in your trashcans. Instead, you’ll need to find a better way to get rid of the material. It doesn’t help that it is nonbiodegradable.

  • Are the bricks in good condition?
  • Could you donate them to a materials exchange in your area?
  • Try giving the bricks away online.
  • If all else fails, take them to a local landfill.

If you’re willing to use your imagination, you can likely find many ways to use your bricks.

Getting Rid Of Old Drywall

Drywall or sheetrock is regularly used in the United States. Nevertheless, there is a good chance that you won’t be able to reuse the piece of drywall you have. Unfortunately, many recycling centers do not accept drywall. It might be picked up on bulk pickup days though. Otherwise, you’ll have to take it to a landfill. If you’re having difficulty disposing of the drywall, call our office. We’ll send a tech to your home so they can help you get rid of it promptly.

Construction Waste We Deal With

We can help dispose of wood, metal, porcelain, tile, insulation, concrete, rocks, and other construction debris.

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