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$ 310
Feb 2008
Schwenksville, PA
Removal of Junk and Hazardous Waste  more... close row
$ 200
Mar 2008
Miami, FL
Hiring two cousins to help with junk removal  more... close row
$ 494
Apr 2008
Sharon MA
Getting the garage space back was expensive  more... close row
$ 0
Mar 2008
Ashland, KY
Free junk removal from the garage  more... close row
$ 460
Aug 2007
Portland, Or.
Three truckloads of junk removed  more... close row
$ 50
Jun 2007
Montgomery, AL
Removal of old furniture and assorted junk  more... close row
$ 100
Oct 2006
Boston, MA
Removal of broken washer and dryer  more... close row
$ 60
Mar 2008
Ogunquit, ME
Couch removal from condo  more... close row

Description of service

I had one couch removed from a vacation condo I've got in Ogunquit, ME. The person who removed it does this as a small side business. I paid him 60 dollars. He told me that 10 dollars of that was a fee charged at the local transfer station for the couch, and the other 50 for his time.

Review of Service

The service was good. Basically, he was a young guy in a pickup truck that came by to take my couch away. He didn't mess up my condo, arrived on time... I'm glad I went with a small contractor like him. I've seen some larger junk removal companies in the yellow pages before, but I'm not sure if they can beat 60 dollars on a job as small as mine. This guy I found in an online classifieds site that had some local services listings. How can you beat 60 dollars for any kind of service where somebody comes to your home? This is one of the things that I love about Maine. Chances are that whatever it is you need done, there's probably a guy in town with a truck that will do it for 50 to 100 dollars!


Your best bet for finding someone might be to ask around in town if you live in a rural place like Maine. Ask at the hardware store, ask at the local garage, baitshop, etc. If that doesn't work, try looking at an online classifieds. You might not feel comfortable hiring an individual you found on the classifieds, so I guess you could always use one of the larger junk removal services from the yellow pages or something.

$ 0
Oct 2010
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$ 120
Nov 2006
Phoenix, AZ
City ordinances not helpful in removing debris  more... close row
$ 100
Mar 2008
athens ohio
One guy removing junk  more... close row