Very efficient. Very easy. Really nice people and very professional. Would definitely recommend.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? New City are your local junk removal experts. We’re your one-stop shop for all of your junk removal needs, including broken furniture, old appliances, office equipment, electronic waste, and renovation and construction debris.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? New City is a proud member of the business community and we’ll remove junk from just about anywhere including New City, White Plains, Paramus, Ridgewood, Chappaqua, Hartsdale, Nanuet, Upper Saddle River, Suffern, Pearl River, Nyack, Tarrytown and all surrounding areas of New City.
We see and remove all kinds of junk every day and we’re pretty confident that we can help you too! Simply contact us when you’re ready to get your space back, need to clean up your office, or just have a couple of old items to remove. Book online 24 hours a day or call us at 1-800-468-5865. Watch what we do.
Hi, my name is Mark Weiss and my business partner is Derek Ralston. In 2004, we purchased our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? New City franchise. We began hauling junk in January 2005. You can find our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? trucks in New City, Nyack, Ridgewood, Chappaqua, White Plains, and Pearl River just to name a few!
The greatest benefit of owning our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise is to be part of the communities we serve. We love hearing people say they see our junk hauling trucks everywhere and what a great service we provide! We donate items such as furniture, clothes and toys to local charities including People to People in Nanuet, NY. After donating, we send the charitable donation receipts back to our customers. Recycling is an important part of our business. We recycle metal, paper and various items such as concrete.
Over the last year, New City's 1-800-GOT-JUNK? trash removal franchise has developed a good relationship with MTV in their efforts to keep the set of Run's House free of junk. The home, which is based in Saddle River, NJ, has become the set for the very popular reality show. While MTV is usually our customer, we have also built up a working relationship with the show's main character, Rev Run (Russell Simmons), and his family. We sent holiday cards this past year, and if you can believe it we received one back from the Simmons which we keep up in our office. Every member of our junk hauling crew get a kick out of working with the celebrities.
We recently had the pleasure of hauling trash for celebrity Brooke Shields. She worked along side our crew of junk haulers organizing her things for some time before one of our guys recognized her. She was down-to-earth and generously agreed to have her photo taken with our team.
We work with a local non-profit organization called Keep Rockland Beautiful (KRB). For the last three years, we have been a sponsor and contributor of trash collection services to the Great American Cleanup. In Rockland County, NY, this annual drive involves over 2,000 volunteers and roughly 175 cleanup projects - both large and small. The entire event results in about 25-30 tons of trash collected from streets, parks, streams and beaches. Everyone from the community pitches in and the cleanup leaders include parents, teachers, businesses, civic groups, scout troops and others. Each year we expect a bigger and bigger turnout and with a concerted effort from all involved, KRB is always a successful campaign.
We were featured in an article titled 10 New Reasons To Love Being Home in Rockland." Why do we help make Rockland a great place to live? If you ever need to do junk removal, we make it easy by doing all the heavy lifting ourselves so you don't have to! We lift, load, and discard almost anything - from old furniture and appliances to yard and construction debris. Just call 1-800-GOT-JUNK? or book online a junk removal appointment.
Customer service is always top of mind for Mark Weiss' New City 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise. For him, it's important for a crew member to be patient with customers, as they may be struggling to decide whether to throw away valuable furniture and appliances.