On time, good communication, and price.Your crew was very good.
Newmarket is a town of approximately 85000 people nestled in beautiful York Region. It lies just 25 kilometers North of Toronto. It was recently named the second best GTA municipality in which to live. And we wholeheartedly disagree. It is the best in which to live and work and play and especially provide full service junk removal. Our team in Newmarket provides early and later service to our customers who routinely commute to Toronto for work. We provide our clients with on-time service, up-front rates and friendly uniformed drivers who can deal with any junk removal needs they encounter. We also provide our fine service to the neighbouring towns and cities such as Aurora, Stouffville, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Holland Landing, Pottageville, Bradford, Beeton, New Tecumseth, Alliston, Cookstown, Keswick, West and East Gwillimbury as well as Georgina, Sutton, Mount Albert, Goodwood and Uxbridge. Please feel free to check us out more on line or call one of our super service agents for more details on how we can be of service to you. We are always at your disposal.
Truck Team member extraordinaire (Nick) posing with a new recruit that they picked up at a job at Sportchek in Newmarket. Our amazing truck teams love to provide Newmarket with extraordinary service to both business and residential customers alike.
Truck team member (Steve) on his way to a recycling facility from a job in Alliston, takes a break for a quick peek at the beautiful Nottawasaga Inn & Resort in Nottawasaga, Ontario. Although not in this beautiful city today, our truck teams do junk removal in Nottawasaga, which is located just outside of Newmarket and Barrie, ON.
Uxbridge is one of York Region's little gems. Steve and his partner, Szymon, made their way out there recently to help de-clutter and remove junk from a home of a customer in need. Keep calling, and we'll keep coming out.
Our amazing staff ensure the safe and conscientious removal of a piano. Fact: The heavy weight of a piano is mostly made from the steel soundboard and strings on it's inside. If we cannot find a suitable place to drop this off for re-use we will send it to a recycle yard and roughly 65% of the piano's weight will be recycled.