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Apr 02, 2016

“I Was Wondering if You Guys Could Take…”

When fielding inquiries about our services, one of the most common questions we hear is in regards to whether or not we can remove certain things from our clients’ properties. While we try our very best to remove ALL of your unwanted items, there are, of course, a few limitations. It pains me to describe something we can’t do for our clients, but 123JUNK is not able to legally remove paint, chemicals, oils, asbestos, gasoline/oil, or concrete/bricks and stone.

Now that we have that out of the way, let me get myself back into a good mood and describe some examples of the unusual things we ARE ABLE to remove for our clients!

  • Rowboats and canoes
  • Above-ground pools (deconstructed, of course)
  • Hot tubs – free-standing, drained, and disconnected from all utilities
  • Sheds
  • Pianos (Spinets/Uprights)
  • Swing sets
  • Basketball hoops

Notably, just the other day we were able to remove the shell of a 1983 Volkswagen Passat from a client’s driveway. What, you don’t believe me? See for yourself!

If you have an unusual, heavy, awkward, or otherwise questionable junk removal situation on your hands and this blog didn’t specifically address it, that’s why we are here. Give us a call and do your best to surprise us with what you need hauled away from your property. Hopefully, we can return the favor when our reply is “Yes, we can do that!”

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