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Junk Removal Mobile

Proudly Serving Mobile and the Surrounding Area

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"Got Junk is on time; careful when removing things; capable and friendly truck guys; capable and friendly office staff."

Another 1-800-GOT-JUNK? happy customer.

Rating: 10/10
1-800-GOT-JUNK? got its start in Vancouver, when university student Brian Scudamore encountered a tight summer job market in Vancouver and started a junk removal service called The Rubbish Boys.

What We Do

Removing unwanted residential and commercial junk is what 1-800-GOT-JUNK? is all about! We are Mobile’s rubbish removal experts, helping remove your obstacles so you can reclaim your space. If you live in and around Mobile you've probably seen our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? trucks in your neighborhood removing junk. Our rubbish removal teams have hauled all kinds of junk from old appliances, office furniture, electronics, yard waste and construction debris to random household and office junk. If you don't need it, we can take it! We take pride in giving back to our local Mobile communities and environment. That’s why when we remove your unwanted items, we do our very best to find a new home for it by donating, salvaging and recycling as much as possible. We look forward to seeing you soon and helping you with all your junk removal needs! Watch what we do.

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Hello, my name is Trey Bennett and I own the local 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise here in Mobile. Our franchise celebrated its first anniversary of hauling junk on June 16, 2009. I have lived in Mobile for 34 years, and after 16 years in sales and customer service I decided to go into business for myself. I was introduced to 1-800-GOT-JUNK? by a friend, and from my first look at the company I knew this junk removal franchise system was a good fit for me and a much needed service for the Mobile community. We take pride in offering on time service and honest work for both our residential and commercial customers. We make every effort to recycle or donate items our teams have hauled away in our easily recognizable blue and green trucks. Our office is located at 800 Hillcrest Road, Suite 2-C Mobile, AL 36695. We are in the Wintrop Square office complex 1/4 mile south of Airport Blvd.

Mobile's 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise partner

Trey Bennett

1-800-GOT-JUNK? Mobile

800 Hillcrest Road 
Suite 2-C



News Feeds

Trash or treasure? 1-800-GOT-JUNK? tells Fox News how to tell the difference

The average American generates four pounds of trash a day. How do you determine what's trash and what's treasure? 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Mobile Franchise Partner Trey Bennett gave Fox10 TV News some tips on how to reduce trash going to the landfill by separating true junk from re-usable and donatable treasures.

Trey's tips included:

  • Metal, plastic, and paper can all be recycled - these types of items should never go to the landfill.
  • Working appliances are always in demand - they should be donated instead of going to the landfill.
  • Broken appliances are almost always recyclable. These should not be thrown out, but recycled instead.
  • The most important items to keep out of landfills are TVs and other electronics. TVs contain lead, mercury and other heavy metals that can contaminate our water supply.

1-800-GOT-JUNK? always donates when possible to reduce the amount of trash going to the landfill. We take recycling very seriously and do our part to protect the planet.

Mobile's 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team on WKRG

Mobile's 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team landed a story on WKRG shortly after opening our junk removal franchise. Chad Petri heard of our recycling efforts, and did a news piece on us and our business. Click here to read more.

Mobile's 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Team Lends a Helping Hand

Tiffany Craig had been documenting the plight of a Semmes man under court order to remove junk from his property. Our Mobile 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise aided in the effort, which was filmed by a crew making a show for a national network. This story also aired on WKRG. Read more.