The "twins" were fantastic. They had a positive can do attitude and great customer service. We would absolutely recommend your services again
Getting rid of your junk is easy with 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Olympia's junk removal services. Operating two 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchises in the South Puget Sound, we haul junk from Olympia, Lacey, Turnwater, Yelm, Dupont, Shelton, Bremerton, Silverdale, Port Orchard, Poulsbo and everywhere in between! We all have the responsibility of cleaning out the garage, attic, yard or basement and sometimes we even have to clean out our parent’s or other loved one’s houses, apartments or businesses. Who has the time or energy to do that, coupled with all the other stuff packed into our schedule? That’s why you need to call us at 1-800-GOT-JUNK?.
We are your full service junk removal company - just point to what you don’t want and we’ll do the rest for you. Offering same-day hauling services to both residential and commercial clients, we are the easiest way to expand your living or work space! We are extremely proud that we recycle, donate, or reuse 65% of all the junk that we remove. We remove yard waste, renovation debris, electronics, household goods, refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers, mattresses – anything that two strong individuals can lift that is not hazardous waste. Keep your eyes out for our 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team in your neighborhood. Watch what we do.
Hi, my name is James Dahlen. My wife Debbi and I are the local franchise partners for 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Olympia. 1-800-GOT-JUNK? started providing junk removal service in this area in March 2006. In 2009, we became the owners of the Olympia and Bremerton franchises.
Since the beginning of the year, we have worked to establish a winning team. You can find our junk removal team hauling debris from Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, Yelm, DuPont, Shelton and more! You will also see us providing outstanding junk removal services in the Bremerton, Port Orchard and Vashon Island areas. Additionally, you may have seen our customer friendly junk teams waving to people along Martin Way or Black Lake Boulevard. Our rubbish removal teams have serviced thousands of customers and removed tons of junk over the years. Customer satisfaction is important to our business and our team works hard to provide customers with exceptional service always.
Every day we focus on reusing and recycling as much as possible, thereby reducing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. We have teamed with several local charities that accept usable products we haul away from our customers.
We know the importance of recycling in Portland and our team here at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? places great emphasis at recycling all that we can. One of the most commonly recycled items is metal.
We put a ton of emphasis on sorting through the items we remove so that every single piece of metal - or other recyclables - are directly recycled. This not only keeps it out of the landfill, but also the environmental impact of additional mining, transport and processing. Here is a little bit of information on our metal recycling practices.
What kind of items can be recycled as metal? Here is a list of some of our most common metal items.
Another common question is what kind of Metals do we recycle?
We most commonly recycle our metal at “Bob’s Metals” and “Metro Metals” both in Portland. One of the strangest metal items we have ever recycled was a damaged earthquake detector from MT. St. Helens. We go so far as to have a trashcan in the truck that we can fill up with small pieces of metal throughout the day - things as small as nails, screws or washers.
Call us today to get an appointment scheduled for all of your metal removal needs!
We participated in the Whaling Days Parade in Silverdale. We drove one of our clean, shiny junk trucks while our junk hauling team walked along the streets in our blue wigs handing out 1-800-GOT-JUNK? toy trucks and candy. Everyone loves our toy junk trucks! It was a lot of fun to be out in the community, getting involved and giving back to the people that support us. Look for us again this year with bigger blue wigs and more junk trucks
On New Year's Day of 2008, one of my junk haulers, Nick Mehr, and I did the Polar Bear Plunge at Long Lake Park. It was put on by Lacey Parks and Rec. One of our other team members, Gerad Noble, saw a reader board the week before that advertised the Plunge. He thought it would be cool if we all did it together. Sometime before the the event, Gerad came down with the flu and couldn't jump in with us (his loss). We all showed up together and even recruited a few extra blue wigged, uniform-wearing crazies to freeze with us. In the past, I've seen people on the news do this in different areas and always said that is something I would never do. Now, I'll never miss the chance to do it again. It was around 39 degrees in '08, but I'm hoping for snow this year!