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1-800-GOT-JUNK? Asheville’s team is here to help you remove any of your unwanted items. We offer our full service junk hauling to residents and businesses all over Asheville, Hendersonville, Arden, Fletcher, Weaverville, Black Mountain, Biltmore Forest, to name a few. Whether you have junk at your house, in your basement, attic, shed, or in your office, simply point to what you want removed and our full service junk removal team will do the rest for you. We take all kinds of junk from old furniture, desks, appliances and computers to yard waste and construction and renovation debris. No matter what kind of junk you have, as long as it’s not hazardous, we can remove to help you reclaim your space. As an environmental team we do our very best to recycle as much as possible and we’re always looking at ways to donate and give back to our local community. Watch what we do.
Hi, I’m David Pennebaker, owner and operator of 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Asheville. Back in 1999 as a general contractor, one of the largest problems I faced was cost effective disposal of construction debris. Small jobs didn’t justify the cost of a dumpster, and on city jobs I couldn’t place a dumpster. When I used dumpsters they would get filled up by neighbors, and after I would have to restore landscaping or deal with upset owners because the driveway got scratched or dented when the dumpster was dropped. Plus, my carpenters' time was better used doing things other than cleaning up. In 2001 I saw a 1-800-GOT-JUNK? truck and decided to call and see what they were all about. The experience was awesome. They showed up on time, quoted the job upfront, loaded all of the debris from the building (it wasn’t piled up neatly for them), then swept up my site and hauled everything away. It was so easy and cost effective relative to my other options that I used 1-800-GOT-JUNK? on most jobs from there on and to clean out my own house prior to moving to the Carolina’s. Something I didn’t know back in 2001 was just how committed 1-800-GOT-JUNK? is to responsible waste removal. Watching the company over several years I saw them transitioning from a company that provides junk removal and outstanding customer service to a company committed to recycling. Now system-wide we recycle up to 60% of the materials we collect. I was so impressed with 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, the service it provides, and their commitment to the environment that I bought the rights to Western North Carolina and the Upstate region of South Carolina. Since we opened 1--800-GOT-JUNK? of the Carolina’s in 2008, we have sought out ways to continue the commitment to the environment and ways to give back to the communities we service locally. Look around and you’ll see us at recycling facilities off-loading cardboard, Habitat for Humanity and Goodwill donating reusable goods, Biltmore Iron recycling metal, or working with volunteers from Asheville GreenWorks or Quality Forward picking up trash along roads and out of the rivers, or at Charlotte Street Computer ‘s e-waste facility E-cycleme off-loading e-waste. We are also committed to customer service. You can expect a call 15-30 minutes before your scheduled appointment and we arrive inside our scheduled window. Our crews are friendly and uniformed and our trucks are shiny and clean. You get a price up front and we clean up before we leave. We believe in commitment - commitment to the environment, commitment to the community we service, commitment to our employees, and above all commitment to serving you. Let us know if you see us living up to our commitments, or if you notice that we don't. Send us an email.
Nobody knows more about spring cleaning than the junk removal experts at 1-800-GOT-JUNK?
Recently, David Pennebaker, owner of 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Asheville, shared his spring cleaning tips on ABC news to help you learn how to tackle spring cleaning like a pro!
David recommended that you sort your junk into four categories: items to donate, items to recycle, items to throw away, and items to keep. In addition, he suggested that you:
Much as FedEx revolutionized the delivery of letters and packages, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? (and a growing cadre of copycats) are putting a new spin on large-scale trash removal for those without trucks or the patience to wait on their municipal curbside service or private hauler to make the rounds. Click on the link to read more, http://www.mountainx.com/news/2008/091708the_fedex_of_trash
When 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Franchise Partner David Pennebaker opened his local full service junk hauling business, The Citizen Times got wind of this and wrote a story about this new local business. The story incluced how David's local junk hauling team helps residents of Asheville and the Greater Asheville area with removing their junk.
Asheville GreenWorks and our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Asheville franchise offered a free junk removal day to the South French Broad Neighborhood on February 21, 2009. Residents gathered up broken or unwanted goods, brought them to the curb ,and our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team hauled the items away at no charge.
The Asheville 1-800-GOT-JUNK? junk hauling team assisted the citizens of the South French Broad Neighborhood to clean up.
We committed to helping them by donating our junk hauling trucks and Truck Team Memebers to collect junk from their yards, ravines, and homes. Asheville Greenworks organizedvolunteers to assist with picking up litter, and the county graciously donated free dumping for the debris collected. Times are tough for all of us right now, but the people of the SFB neighborhood are showing tremendous civic pride. Our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team are happy to be a part of it.
When E-cycleme.com, Asheville’s new computer recycling center, had their and opening our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team was on hand to assist with the collection of all recyclables. Partnering with a reputalble company such as E-cycleme.com was a great fit. They are a computer and electronics recycling facility established by the award-winning computer repair team at Charlotte Street Computers.
In the fall of 2008, we sponsored Quality Forward's "NC Big Sweep," a volunteer-based river cleanup of the French Broad and Swannanoa Rivers. Over 100 people volunteered their Saturday to clean trash and tires from the river using rafts, canoes, and waders.
The 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team, plus my two children, drove along the river picking up what the rubbish and debris the volunteers pulled out. Believe it or not, we collected 6260 lbs of trash and 98 tires for a total of close to 10,000 lbs of litter.
Thank you to all of the volunteers, and for letting us be a part of the effort. We would also like to thank the Buncombe County Transfer Station for donating the dump fees, and to Buncombe County Landfill for accepting the tires at no-charge. Asheville is a beautiful place and its great to know so many people will work so hard to keep it that way.