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Removing your junk is easy with 1-800-GOT-JUNK? We have three 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchises servicing the Detroit area. You can find us hauling junking from Farmington, Novi, Northville, Plymouth, Grosse Pointe, Macomb, Clinton, Clarkston, Lake Orion, Oxford, Franklin, Troy, Bloomfield Hills and many more. Our junk removal experts will remove anything you don't need from old appliances, yard waste, construction debris, to random household junk. All you have to do is point and we'll take care of the rest for you. Offering same day service for both residential and commercial clients we are your number one choice for junk removal. We keep as much junk out of the local landfill as possible by recycling and donating on a daily basis. We take pride in giving back to our local Detroit communities! Watch what we do.
Hi, we are Tim and Deb Jones and we opened our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? junk removal service in Macomb County and the Grosse Pointe communities in September 2006. After successful careers in the advertising agency business, we wanted to start an entrepreneurial venture. When 1-800-GOT-JUNK? was profiled in the New York Times Small Business section in May 2006 we were intrigued. We researched 1-800-GOT-JUNK? and the more we learned about the company, culture and business model, we knew we found the right business. You may have seen our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? trucks parked in Sterling Heights at Henriksen Golf Range on Van Dyke (also our office location) or at the BP Station on Vernier Road and I-94. We make frequent appearances, waving and wearing our blue wigs, along Hall Road in Sterling Heights, Shelby and Utica. If you live in any of the Grosse Pointe communities, you'll see our ads on grocery carts at Kroger stores. Those of you frequenting the new MJR Cinemas at Partridge Creek will be able to view our in-theater ad on the big screen! The best part of junk hauling is donating all the usable items we pick up. All donations are either new or gently-used items. We take clothing and toys to the Salvation Army, and home and office furniture, appliances, kitchen wares, light fixtures and rugs to Habitat for Humanity. We also donate all the old cell phones we pick up, then they're refurbished and used by local women's shelters. We are proud of our affiliation with COTS (Coalition on Temporary Shelter) in Detroit. Our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise is donating the trucks and time necessary to pickup all donations for the COTS Clean Sweep.
Recycling is a priority for our franchise. Old appliances, electrical cords, motors, metal, paper, books, cardboard and batteries are recycled (www.go-glr.com). The donating and recycling we do is very important. It's a tremendous opportunity for others to benefit from having these items available to them.
Our office is located on Van Dyke Avenue half a mile south of Hall Road at Henriksen's Golf Range.
Hi, my name is Bill Schaugg, and along with my partner, we recently purchased the Oakland County 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise. We help residential and commercial clients get rid of their junk in Troy, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Franklin, Beverly Hills, and Rochester, among others.
What interested us the most about this junk hauling company is their commitment to people. Owning a 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise is serious business and it has enabled us to have a positive impact on our local Oakland County communities. Not only do we help residential and commercial customers by removing their unwanted junk and giving them their space back, but we are able to donate to local charities such as the Salvation Army. We also recycle paper, plastic, metal, and take e-waste to facilities that safely dispose of it. Most importantly, on a daily basis we are reducing the amount of junk that goes into the landfills.
I have recently joined the Birmingham chapter of LBN (Local Business Network), and the Birmingham/Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce, and have met numerous small business owners who are valuable partners and support.
Our Oakland County rubbish removal franchise loves to get involved in community activities such as Earth Day, and our trucks are visible in some of the festivals and parades that occur during the year, such as the ‘Renaissance Festival’ in Holly during August/September, the ‘Arts, Beats, and Eats Festival’ in Pontiac over the Labor Day weekend, and the ‘Rochester Christmas Parade.’
At 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, we know we need help to keep everything out of the landfill, so we’ve partnered with recyclers around Metro Detroit to achieve our goal.
NPR Recycling, located in Romulus, has given us the ability to recycle paper, plastics, cardboard, books, and metals. When you see our team leave your appointment, they’re off to sort through your items to make sure they go to the proper location.
Mid Michigan Wood Recycling, located in Livonia, gives our franchise the ability to recycle any non-treated wood. With their help, in 2014 we recycled 67.12 tons (134,400 lbs) of wood. When we convert tons to watts, we produced 44.74 mega watts. That’s enough to provide 64 homes with 1 month of electricity.
Vintage Tech Recyclers, located in Canton, is another recycler we are proud to work with. They recycle all electronics, TVs, printers, speakers, wires, monitors, towers, record players, and everything in between.
St Vincent de Paul Society, located in Detroit, travels to both of our office locations in Troy and Farmington Hills each week. They take furniture, clothes, electronics, art, and any household items. We are happy to repurpose the items we receive from your homes and offices by donating them to people who need them. We also work with other charitable organizations, like the Salvation Army, Goodwill, and Habitat for Humanity.
Read about how 1-800-GOT-JUNK? became one of the fastest-growing franchises in America, by hauling garbage that others won't. Jeff Lazar, who launched a junk removal franchise in Detroit, says, "I'm pretty geeked out about it." We specialize in hauling junk like old clothing, furniture, and even appliance pickups like dishwashers and exercise equipment.
When the Detroit Pistons were cleaning up the NBA, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? was hauling garbage after the celebration. We can declutter homes and do commercial property cleanouts as well, by the way!
Last April we donated to the March of Dimes (Michigan Chapter) and participated in the walk at Metro Beach. You couldn't miss all 15 of us in our bright blue 1-800-GOT-JUNK? shirts and blue wigs!
The communities we serve, like Farmington Hills, Grosse Pointe, and Macomb Township, are full of families that like to spend quality time together at events like The Farmington Area Founders Festival and the world famous Plymouth Ice Festival. Our junk removers participate by helping with garbage removal after these types of events to make it easier for communities to continue to provide for their residents. Community involvement and recycling are just some of the ways that Detroit's 1-800-GOT-JUNK? junk removal services can help to improve the communities in which we work and live.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? loves to help people and businesses solve their junk removal and recycling problems. Our biggest challenge is to get the word out about our junk hauling services. It was a great pleasure for our junk disposal services to be featured on Adam Helfman's Hire It Done program on AM 1270 WXYT in Detroit. Adam specializes in guiding people to the home improvement solution that is right for them. Not only was it a great opportunity to let people know about our junk hauling service, but it was a chance to help people find solutions to things like prepping their homes for sale or their remodeling efforts. We can help you with your garage cleanouts and remove clutter from your home!
We had a blast in the Clarkston Labor Day Parade. We had our junk removers, friends and our kids in blue wigs passing out 1-800-GOT-JUNK? balloons, toy junk trucks and mints!
Tim and Deb Jones, Macomb County franchise partners, took their entire team of junk removers to a Detroit Tigers game for exceeding their goals!
1-800-GOT-JUNK?'s junk removal operation in Macomb County is truly one big "family business"! Siblings Tim and Deb are the franchise owners. Sisters Carol and Terri work part-time doing marketing. Another sister, Chris, works full-time as Assistant Operations Manager. Brother-in-law, Bob (Carol's husband), and nephew, Kevin (Chris' son), work weekends on the junk hauling trucks. Did you get all that?!
Our Macomb County franchise office is located at a driving range, Suites on the Green is the name outside of the building. It's a perfect space because Tim and Deb are avid golfers and the practice tees are a few steps from the office. The location also offers a great parking opportunity on Van Dyke Avenue, one of the busiest streets in Macomb County.