The team was fantastic - great communication, friendly and efficient.
Hurricane Irma has caused damage across many communities. Our business is equipped with satellite communications and GPS technology, so we can continue to operate even when essential services are down, making 1-800-GOT-JUNK? the most reliable junk removal service around. We’re able to clean up debris caused by hurricanes and floods quickly and efficiently, even in a time of crisis. We can take any non-hazardous items that two people can safely lift.
As always, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? promises to handle all of the junk in an environmentally friendly way, even when the environment has been less than friendly. Items that can be recycled or donated will be disposed of properly. Plus, as a world wide organization and admired brand, you can have the peace of mind that 1-800-GOT-JUNK? prices will not be inflated when demand for disaster clean up is highest.
If you need help with cleaning up your property, simply call 1-800-468-5865 or go to 1800gotjunk.com to book an appointment today.
If you need junk removal, call 1-800-GOT-JUNK? We are your full service hauling company! All you have to do is point to what you want removed and we’ll take care of the rest for you! Operating in the Dade County we offer our junk hauling services in Miami,Cutler Ridge, North Miami, and Pembroke Pines to Hollywood and everywhere in between! We service residential and commercial clients and take all kinds of junk from old appliance, household furniture, construction debris, yard debris to entire office clean outs. We keep as much out of the landfill as we can so we salvage, recycle and donate to local charities as much as we can. We take pride in giving back to our local community! Watch what we do.
Hi I’m Eduardo Torres and I am your local owner and operator of the 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Florida S.E. franchise. I started my junk removal business in 2003 and since then we have done all kinds of junk removal from the heart of Miami to Coral Gables, Aventura, Pinecrest, Weston, Miramar and more. Remodelers, contractors, real estate agents, property managers, estate attorneys and many others have used our junk hauling service in Miami to clean out debris, office furniture, and just about any other junk one can imagine. Our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team even handled a thirty truck load job for a national property manager on one day’s notice!
Residential customers also rely on our Miami junk hauling services. Just because there has been significant growth in the commercial sector doesn’t mean that we don’t do garage clean outs every day. It’s a big part of the business and it will continue to be so. Residential jobs also afford our team an upside that commercial business usually doesn’t - residential customers get rid of furniture and other household goods that can oftentimes be taken to charities. We’ve taken truckloads of perfectly usable furniture to charities like Women in Distress and Non-Violence Project USA.
We’ve also used our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? trucks to assist organizations like the Red Cross and AmeriCorps help hurricane victims rebuild their homes. We’ve provided junk hauling crews and removed truckloads of junk so these homes could be rebuilt. It’s definitely a "feel good" thing.
We’ve been fortunate to receive a lot of local press. In November 2004, almost a year after launching my junk removal operation in Miami, we were profiled in the weekly Business Monday Magazine and we generated enough interest to appear in other Miami area media, including the Miami Herald newspaper, The Sun-Sentinel and even a profile in Univision’s "Control" national TV program.
Miami franchise owner, Eduardo Torres, received a phone call from the Miami Dade chapter of the American Red Cross. They were looking for someone who would volunteer help to remove "some household items" from a house whose roof had been damaged by one of the hurricanes. It was a community project and they were looking for help from a number of companies. We quickly agreed to help out. In hindsight it wasn't surprising that the original estimate of about a half a truck became four full trucks of debris and two days of work, but we were happy to do it. What was pleasantly surprising was that we were recognized by The Red Cross and AmeriCorps as one the two principal contributors to this community effort. At the work completion ceremony, in the presence of Miami-Dade's mayor, Carlos Alvarez, we were one of two companies that received plaques in recognition of our efforts and contributions towards the site clean up.
Our community efforts extend to sponsoring local sports teams for kids. The past year we sponsored a Weston AYSO youth soccer team. They were kind enough to give us a plaque as a token of their gratitude.