They showed up on time and did the job perfectly. In and out really fast.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? Albany's franchise has seven trucks to help you remove junk in Albany, Schenectady, Troy Amsterdam, Hudson, Saratoga Springs, and surrounding communities. We are a full-service junk removal company – call it rubbish removal, trash removal, hauling services, de-clutter help, or simply junk removal – if you don't need it and it's taking up space, we can remove it for you. Simply choose a convenient date for your junk removal appointment and we'll send two strong TOMs (truck team members) in one of our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? trucks to haul away your junk. When they arrive, they'll provide you with a free, no obligation estimate. If you are comfortable with the rate, they'll start removing the junk and even clean up afterwards. Leave your junk where it is and we'll do all the loading, hauling and disposing for you. Our pricing is strictly volume based. We don't charge you for dumping fees or labor; you are only charged for how much space your items fill in our junk truck. Our junk removal team can take away just about anything from old fridges, tired ovens, broken microwaves, outdated computers, used mattresses, worn furniture, garden debris, construction waste, and more. Whatever junk you need to get rid of, if it's not hazardous material, chances are we can haul it away for you. We even provide same-day service for your immediate residential or commercial junk removal needs! Watch what we do.
Hi, I'm Carl Schilling, your local franchise owner for 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Albany. We've been hauling junk since September 2005 and we've helped over 2,738 customers remove old furniture, used appliances, electronic waste, renovation remains, construction debris, yard waste, and much more. That's over 5,086 tons of junk that we've helped take away!
We are proud to offer our much needed junk removal service to the Albany/Capital Region of New York, helping both our clients and the environment. You can see our junk removal trucks parked in the area on Rte 7 in Niskayuna, Rte 7 in Troy, and on Freeman's Bridge Rd in the Scotia/Glenville area when they're not busy hauling junk around town.
On November 6, 2006 our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team participated in the 5K Turkey Trot Run benefitting the Race For The Cure. The day gave us a great opportunity to become stronger as a team while participating in an important charity event. The best outcome was that my son (pictured front) and I had a bet on who would win the race. My son stated he would beat me by ten minutes. In the end, he beat me in the race by only 45 seconds. With him being young, it is great to know I can actually keep up with this little guy!