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Junk pickup in Cleveland County
1-800-GOT-JUNK? is the local leader for junk removal in Oklahoma City. We are in your neighborhood and can remove anything that two people can carry from your home or business. If you don’t want to do the heavy lifting yourself, look no further than 1-800-GOT-JUNK?. Say goodbye to junk, and hello to relief! From cleanouts to construction debris, we can handle it all. Call or book online for an obligation free on-site estimate today.
How our service works:
- Schedule your No Contact Junk Removal service online or by calling 1-800-468-5865.
- Our friendly, uniformed truck team will call you 15-30 minutes before your scheduled 2-hour appointment window to let you know exactly when to expect us.
- When we arrive, we'll take a look at the items you want to be removed and provide you with an up-front all-inclusive price.
- We'll remove your items, being sure to only touch the items we're taking away, and sweep up the area. We'll then collect payment once the job is complete.
Your local leader in electronics recycling & debris removal
If you’re in Oklahoma City and looking for a junk hauler near you, you’re in the right place. Our friendly neighborhood junk removal pros at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Oklahoma City are ready to help you haul away just about anything our friendly crew can carry out of there.
From mattress disposal and garbage pickup to scrap metal recycling, we’re ready to get it all out of your hair quickly and safely. It’s important to us that you can rest assured your old items are being handled responsibly, which is why we make sure that we donate or recycle any item we can. Let us take all the stress and hard work out of decluttering your home!
Whether it’s time to move, paint a room or remodel your basement, there’s no feeling like having our friendly team members make all of your old, unneeded junk disappear with the point of a finger. We’ll do all the heavy lifting for you so you can spend this weekend doing something fun with the family.
Ready to make all that old junk disappear? We’re ready to help! Reach out to us at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? today and find out why we’re the best in the business.
No Contact Junk Removal
Need to get rid of unwanted items and create more space in your home? Our No Contact Junk Removal service offers full-service junk removal, but you don't have to touch anything, and we touch only the things we're going to carry away. Learn More
MEET OUR FRANCHISE PARTNER
MEET OUR FRANCHISE PARTNER
Jamie has always had the desire to help people in need. Since early childhood, his lifelong dream was to become a firefighter. He wanted to have a career that made a difference in people’s lives. After attending school at Washburn University on a football scholarship Jamie moved back home to Kansas City and earned his EMT license. As the waiting process to become a firefighter began Jamie heard about a good opportunity at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? in Kansas City.
After a short time on the job, Jamie fell in love with the company. Not only did he love the daily challenge, he especially loved helping the customers. During his time in Kansas City he became a top performer, earning several accolades. The leadership team took notice and began discussions about the potential for him to run a company in Oklahoma City. In 2017, he became a partner.
Since arriving in Oklahoma City, he’s really enjoyed getting to know more about the community and has found many ways to connect with people. He’s made sure that 1-800-GOT-JUNK? helps out in the community wherever they can, including sponsoring the Angel Tree with the Salvation Army, delivering fans for a fan drive, and sponsoring local charity events such as the Leukemia and Lymphoma society 5K, Project Life 5K OKCFD, and R.E.D Day run in Edmond. Jamie is also a member of the 2021 Board of Directors for Oklahoma City Young Professionals.
He is excited to take the knowledge he learned in Kansas City and build a successful company in the Oklahoma City area. Jamie enjoys spending time with his wife Lauren, as well as his parents who have lived in Oklahoma City since 2008.