They were pleasant and it was great to get rid of things I couldn't remove myself.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? Raleigh continues to lead the way in junk removal. You may have seen us recently at the Home Show at the Fairgrounds or on TV with A&E’s hit show “Hoarders”. You may have even seen Antonio, Jose, Kyle, Joe, Demetrius, Spencer and even Steve during of our many visits over the past several years. Either way, we look forward to demonstrating why we have been the industry leader when it come to the removal of your junk, trash, appliances, furniture, construction debris, garage items, attic stuff and just about anything else you have from anywhere in your home or office. We're happy to ensure any metal you have is properly recycled.
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New Homes & Ideas magazine got an in-depth interview with our general manager, Steve Turner. Steve explained how we assist homeowners in the Triangle area. Click this link to watch the full on-the-job interview: http://www.newhomesandideas.com/triangle-home-front/triangle-home-front-presents-1-800-got-junk/
We worked on a commercial junk removal that yielded over 20,000 pounds of cardboard! We recycled all of it as part of the agreement with the commercial client.
The Women's Shelter of Wake County suffered a flood to their facility. We responded by volunteering our junk pickup trucks and team to remove water-logged furniture, clothing, and more. We also collected donatable items and delivered them to the homes of some of the displaced women.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? wins the Angie's List Service Award for achieving and maintaining a superior service record on Angie's List.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? participated in Parkwood Christmas Parade for the Community in Durham. Our junk pickup truck was decorated as a giant sleigh decked out with a giant wreath on the back, and gave out Christmas candy, Junk Bucks ($10 coupons for junk removals) and giveaways. Everyone throughout the Triangle reacted positively when they saw the 1-800-GOT-JUNK? holiday junk truck.