How Much Does Junk It Charge?
Junk It offers two different options for junk removal.
Our self service offering is perfect for the do-it-yourselfer. You can rent a disposal bin or dumpster and remove the junk yourself. Costs are based on the size of the bin and the amount of time it is rented.
Our full service junk removal option is the simple way to get rid of your clutter.
You only pay for the space you use on the truck. Costs are based on the type of materials being removed, the volume of the material and the time it takes to load the truck.
To determine pricing for your area, click to receive a free quote.
Junk It has no hidden fees and there are no fuel surcharges at all.
What kind of materials does JuNKiT remove?
JuNKiT removes a variety of household items and construction material. For example:
Furniture Removal: JuNKiT can remove couches, desks, chairs, tables, cabinets, beds and many other furniture items.
Carpet Removal: JuNKiT will dispose of your old carpets, rugs or any other floor coverings.
Appliance Removal: From fridges and stoves to dishwashers, washers and dryers, JuNKiT will dispose of your old, damaged or broken appliances.
Construction Waste Removal: Old drywall, tiling, flooring, concrete and glass will gladly be taken away by the JuNKiT team.
JuNKiT is licensed by the Ministry of Environment and thus cannot dispose of any hazardous materials.
What do you do with the items you remove?
On average, JuNKiT reuses or recycles up to 60% of the materials we pick up. Any usable items are donated to local charities, such as the Salvation Army, Goodwill and Habitat for Humanity and others. We take whatever we can to a recycling facility to avoid it going to a landfill.
The remaining items are taken to a waste removal facility that is approved by the Ontario Ministry of Environment.
What is the JuNKiT garbage removal process?
The JuNKiT process varies based on the waste removal service that is chosen. For full details, check out our Junk Removal Process page.
What size are your trucks?
The storage space in JuNKiT trucks is 11 feet long, 8 feet wide and 5 feet high. Each truck has a 16.5 cubic yard bin. With JuNKiT you only pay for the space in the truck that you use so you are never paying more than you need to.
What size are your bins?
JuNKiT self service disposal bins, mini bins and dumpsters are available in many sizes. We offer 5, 10, 15 and 20 cubic yard bins that are ideal for projects of all sizes. Our bins have low walls and walk-in access to make loading easy.
What areas do you work in?
JuNKiT offers high-quality, affordable junk removal services across Southern Ontario. Contact us to find out if we service your area.
How do I get a quote or book an appointment?
JuNKiT offers affordable junk removal services. To receive a quote or book junk removal services, please complete our online form or give us a call at 1-866-586-5486.. We always offer no obligation, free estimates.
What forms of payment does JuNKit accept?
JuNKiT accepts payment through Visa, MasterCard or Interac direct payment.Deciding What To Throw Away
One of the toughest parts of cleaning and decluttering your home is deciding what to get rid of. Many people hesitate to throw items away. Maybe they have an emotional attachment to them, maybe they feel that they could come in handy some day and maybe they just don’t like getting rid of things they own. Whatever the reason, it’s usually difficult for most people to throw out a large number of items.
Sometimes it’s an issue with letting go. You remember when you bought that couch 20 years ago and even though you sink to the floor when you sit down these days, you can’t bear to throw it away. Other times you feel like a failure for getting rid of something you honestly intended to use. We see this a lot with exercise equipment. You bought that ab machine six years ago and used it twice, but you’d feel like a quitter if you gave it away.
There are a few ways to decide what to throw away. One good method is to make quick, immediate decisions on things. Go through your clutter and quickly sort things into three piles. Make a “keep” pile, a “throw away” pile and a “maybe” pile. Don’t take a long time to make these decisions. Just quickly place things in piles based on your first instinct. When you’re done, split the “maybe” pile into the “keep” and “throw away” piles. Don’t second guess your decisions and don’t be irrational.
You have to be honest with yourself and truly put effort into your clean up. If you haven’t used something in over a year, honestly think about why you’re keeping it. Some items are mementos and you may want to keep those items, but a lot of the things you are saving are probably useless to you now.
Just because you once spent money on an item or just because something once worked is not a good reason to keep it. If items are broken or missing pieces, think about whether or not you can fix them. Then think about whether or not you actually WILL fix them. If the answer to either of those questions is “no” it’s time to say goodbye.
And if you’re worried about creating more garbage and filling up landfills, you can relax. Junk It recycles as much as we possibly can. On average, up to 60% of the items we pick up for disposal are recycled. Some items are even donated to charitable organizations.
When it comes to cleaning and organizing, deciding what to throw away can be the most difficult part of the process. But with a little willpower and honesty you can cut down on your clutter and open up your home to all kinds of new opportunities.
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