They kept in touch to update me on ETA, showed up when they were supposed to, cleared my junk away quickly, charged me on the low end of their...
The world is evolving and it's evolving at an alarmingly rapid rate. It's evolving in every aspect, but particularly in the realm of electronics. Cell phones are now smartphones, and computers have gone from black monitors with green letters to flat screens with digital capabilities and built-in Wi-Fi. TVs are no longer big and bulky.
Instead, they're flat and 3-D like, with the ability to save space and hang on your wall, making you feel as though you're sitting in the movie theater instead of the living room of your home (depending on how large your TV is!). So with all of this upgrading, what are we supposed to do with the stone age electronics of the past that are now left behind in the dust of modern technology?
As you likely know, the trash company will not take your old, big screen TV that requires the arms of several strong men to lift. Instead, it's up to you to take that big, bulky TV across town to the recycling center, or to stick it out front of your home with a FREE sign, praying someone takes it before it rains. But there's one more option you may not realize you have—call 1-800-GOT-JUNK? for Columbus electronics removal!
In case you didn't know, now you know—1-800-GOT-JUNK? is in your neighborhood, too! As a global leader in the removal of junk, we've got the residential and commercial needs of Columbus residents and business owners covered as well. Not familiar with our company? Well, you should be!
We've been around since 1989, starting from a small Canadian business designed to make the lives easier of home and business owners (renters too!) and working hard to help save the planet by doing our part, growing into a global force that's recognized across the US and Australia, now, too.
So you know we can get rid of your junk and that we can get rid of it fast, but where does all of this junk go? I mean, if we're assisting home owners, renters, and business owners globally, we're certainly removing a lot of junk. That can't be good for the planet, right? But what if we tell you that 61% of that junk never makes it to the landfill? So where does it go?
Part of the process involved with junk removal involves the thorough sorting of all items collected and gathered. When we arrive to remove your junk, we'll sort and look for items that we can recycle, and for items that we can donate. Regardless of whether it gets recycled or donated, it's guaranteed to enter back into the world for re-use instead of taking up space in the landfill.
So how does all of this magnificent junk removal work? It starts with a simple request for an appointment. Booking your appointment is a breeze. Book with our Columbus electronics removal experts online, or give us a call if you prefer! Regardless of how you contact us, we'll be there. And once we arrive, all you have to do next is point and it's gone!
Without the need to lift a finger, it's gone. We do it all. There's no need to get it ready. Just book your appointment and we'll do the rest when we arrive. Our goal is to make your life easier, because 1-800-GOT-JUNK? is happy to help and we're here to help! We look forward to removing your junk, and helping you to get cleaned up afterward! Book your appointment today!
1-800-GOT-JUNK? Columbus can help you remove junk from your home or office. You can sit back and relax while we take care of everything. Our local junk removal team will arrive at your location at a time that’s convenient for you. We provide you with an up-front, all-inclusive quote, same-day removal, and disposal of unwanted items.
The 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Columbus team can remove almost anything two people can carry and can help you with a variety of projects, old tires & broken appliances for example— from moving or emptying out storage spaces to disposing of renovation debris or e-waste. We remove items from wherever they are located, and all you need to do is point to the junk you would like removed. Contact 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Columbus and we’ll do the work for you. Plus, whenever possible, we recycle what we take away. Watch what we do.
If you work in the construction or retail industries, scrap metal is a common issue. Bent rebar and rusted iron both need to be disposed of, as do leftover shelving and display racks. Rather than go through the trouble of finding an acceptable scrap metal recycling location, call the professionals at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? and get your problem taken care of! We provide junk removal services to businesses, construction companies, and homeowners. Best of all, we won't just haul your scrap metal away to a landfill – instead, we'll ensure that it's recycled for minimal impact on our environment. Columbus, we're in your neighborhood.
We've been hauling scrap metal since 1989. We understand how awkward and difficult it can be to work with, and we understand your concerns about how incorrect hauling can end up damaging your property – which is why our experienced team always follows the proper safety precautions. Here's how our program works:
1. First, our two man crew comes to your site and provides an estimate based on the amount of scrap metal and other junk you want removed. Note that our price is based on volume, not work hours.
2. After you've agreed to the price, we set a date. On the hauling date, our crew will show up on time and proceed to remove any and all scrap metal that you want to get rid of.
3. Once we've removed the scrap metal from the area, we'll return to sweep the place clean!
4. We take the scrap metal to a local recycling facility in order to minimize its impact on the environment.
5. Finally, you pay us based on volume.
We provide junk and scrap metal removal services to both homeowners and businesses. While homeowners usually have old appliances and furniture they need to get rid of, commercial junk removal demand are frequently more varied. Construction companies might need someone to traverse a construction site to remove a pile of rusted metal that's being replaced, and retail businesses might need excess shelving and display racks taken away – without disrupting the flow of business. Our teams are trained to handle the unique demands your company may present. Whether you don't want your construction workers breaking their backs lifting chunks of asphalt, or you need someone to quietly move through your office and get rid of old desks, you need 1-800-GOT-JUNK?!
At 1-800-GOT-JUNK? we pride ourselves on our ability to handle any junk problem that may cross our path, so show us what we're up against! The old refrigerator hiding in the garage, the extra table you never use, even old mattresses – we can take them all. Remodeling your property? Put our number on speed dial so you have someone who can come and get rid of scraps of carpet and leftover drywall. Doing some landscaping? We can take all of your yard waste and ensure it ends up in the right place. Don't live in piles of junk when we're happy to help!
One of the beautiful things about scrap metal is that it can be recycled – if you know where to take it. At 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, we've implemented a scrap metal removal and recycling program for the Columbus area. This means when we remove scrap metal from your property, we don't just throw it away. Instead, our experienced team sorts through it to determine what can be recycled.
We don't just do this with scrap metal. In fact, we do this with all of the junk we haul. This sorting comes at no cost to you, and helps keep our planet green!
Have any questions about scrap metal or junk removal? Then give us a call at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? or contact us through our online form. We can't wait to help you!
Hi, I'm Joe Gillotti, the owner of the 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Columbus franchise. We opened our franchise in January 2004. We focus on being "green" junk removers and trying to keep as much junk out of the waste stream as possible. We have developed local relationships with E-Waste recyclers, charities including Habitat for Humanity, Materials Assistance Providers (MAP), paper recyclers, metal recyclers, and others. We chose our office space so it would be easier for us to offload all items that do not need to go to the landfill. We are working every month to improve this process, while providing excellent service to our customers.
Prior to joining the junk removal business, I was in the professional world for 17 years, six of those as a CPA and 11 years as an attorney. I was born and raised in Ohio and I am a graduate of the Ohio State University and Capital University Law School, living in Columbus since 1986. Go Buckeyes!
In The Community: Keeping Junk Out Of The Landfill Piles of junk sit waiting to be picked up at one Columbus location. "Anything that two guys can lift and load after light demolition. That's what we do," said 1-800-GOT-JUNK? owner Joe Gillotti. It takes some heavy lifting to get everything into the truck bed. Items include signs of holidays gone by, old electronics, favorite toys of yesterday, and even appliances. "The goal is to be as green as possible and keep things out of the landfill," explained Gillotti. The junk is hauled here to a warehouse where it's unloaded and sorted. The furniture, the metal scrap, even the old golf clubs have piles. "We off load it at our facility and then we collect enough to take to a recycler or someone that can reuse the items," added Gillotti. 1-800-GOT-JUNK? has increased the amount of junk they recycle or reuse since the business came to central Ohio. The extra step to go green does cost money, but recycling also earns these stewards of the environment extra cash. "With metal we do try to collect metal to get some dollars to offset my extra labor and fuel and facility costs," said Gillotti. ©2012 by by ONN Computers collected for charity drive! 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Columbus helped with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Columbus' computer drive by offering free pick-up for businesses willing to donate computer equipment. The free event was held from March 30 - April 10, 2009 and helped get computers to those in need through Habitat for Humanity's program. Click to read the full article.