When choosing a junk removal company it can be a challenge to determine the right company for your needs. You may not know anyone who can give you a personal recommendation on junk removal because its not as common of a service as painting or landscaping. Junk Bros recommends confirming the company you hire has all of the following!
When choosing any service based industry one of the biggest factors to consider is how the junk removal company treats you and their other customers. Junk removal can be a very personal project especially if you are cleaning out a loved ones home or removing years of possessions from your own home. Finding a company that makes you feel comfortable is very important. Additionally, you want to find a company that is responsive, easy to get in touch with and will work around your schedule.
If you are looking to have a large project done you will need to ensure the can complete the project. Large projects like demolition or land clearing can be challenging for smaller companies. Almost any company can remove a few boxes or some furniture but larger projects may require more research.
Depending on what your project entails some larger equipment may be necessary. If you are having a large project done you may need to talk to the junk removal company about the size of their trucks and if they can accommodate your amount of junk removal. Other equipment can be necessary in certain projects.
When looking at your junk removal project you may be concerned about the price. Bargain prices can mean lower level workmanship. Many companies have a set price based on the amount of junk you have. Other companies bid the project based on the type of junk or the amount of hours it will take to remove. Cubic yardage of junk is a standard way to price a project and can be used as a way to compare company to company. If a company refuses to give you an estimate ahead of time you should consider using a different junk hauler. Make sure you are comparing apples to apples when you look at your bids and ask each contractor about liability insurance to keep yourself protected from lawsuits.
Insurance is a huge part of any junk removal company and you will want to ensure that any company you hire is fully insured, licensed and bonded. Smaller companies can cut costs by leaving themselves uninsured but in the long run this can end up being a huge expense to you.
Choosing a company that offers a recycling program can help ease your conscious about removing your junk. Some companies work with donation centers, scrappers and other recycling facilities to keep as much junk as possible from ending up in the landfill.
Past jobs are a great indication of how your project will go. Online reviews, testimonials and other recommendations can help you choose the right company for your project.
In the end you will want to choose a junk removal company that can meet your removal needs, price and time frame.