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Get Ready for Summer with Lawn Equipment Removal

Uh oh, you went to mow the lawn for the first time this year and your mower won’t start. It’s old and you thought it might be on its last leg last year, so you’ve decided it’s time to get a new mower. What do you do with the old push mower or riding mower? You call 123JUNK for lawn equipment removal.

Lawn Mower and Lawn Equipment Removal

You’ll need to mow your lawn at least once a week throughout the warmer months, and you’ll want a mower that works. You don’t want to have to worry about it breaking down, which, according to Murphy’s Law, will happen just when you’re trying to get ready to head out of town on vacation. Right?

If you have a large riding mower to remove, you can’t just toss it into your trunk and take it away. But we can! We have some of the largest trucks in the industry! We’ll also take your push mowers, trimmers, hoes, rakes, and any other lawn equipment or yard tools you no longer use. If any are in good working condition, consider donating them to one of our charitable partners so that someone else can benefit.

Related: 16 Different Types of Lawn Tools

Shed and Garage Cleanout

When it’s time to mow, it’s frustrating to have to dig through piles of junk in the garage or shed to actually get to the mower—either to take it out or put it away. We can help here too by hauling away items you’ve stored that you no longer want. Maybe it’s old lawn equipment that doesn’t work; perhaps it’s rusty or there is a piece missing that you just haven’t gotten around to replacing. Or sports equipment that you’ll never use again. Let us help you make room in your garage or shed for that shiny new riding mower or easy access to the old one!

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Here are other outdoor things 123JUNK can remove to help get your lawn ready for summer…

Lawn Debris

This time of year is when you clean up the yard for summer activities. You’ll trim bushes and branches, pull up weeds, and create a brush pile that is both unsightly and in the way of your lawn maintenance and enjoyment. Don’t break your back or spend the weekend loading it into your car and taking it to the dump…let our team haul that yard debris away for you.

Sports Equipment

Do you have an old swingset, sandbox, soccer goals or other large yard toys or sports equipment you don’t use any more? Remove them and take back your yard for entertaining and relaxing. Our 123JUNK team will disassemble your equipment and load it into our big red truck. All you have to do is relax!

Hot Tub and Pool

Get rid of that unsightly—and unused—hot tub or above-ground pool easily by contacting 123JUNK. The only thing we need you to do is drain any water from the item ahead of time so that we can easily and quickly tear down and load these items onto the truck.Construction Materials

Building a new deck or patio? You may have to tear out the old one and remove it. And there’s sure to be some construction debris after the job is done if you’re adding a new outdoor feature to your home. Let 123JUNK help you remove wood, stone or other construction materials to help you enjoy your new outdoor living space.

Haul Away Lawn Equipment, Yard Debris, Outdoor Equipment and Entertainment Features, and Construction Debris with 123JUNK

If you live in Northern Virginia, Washington DC or Maryland, let 123JUNK help you get your yard ready for summer fun by removing your unwanted lawn or sports equipment, and other outdoor items. Contact us at 1-800-364-5778 to talk to one of our Customer Success Representatives in person and schedule your junk removal.

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Meet Jack Brandt, Client Relationship Executive

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.”  –Often attributed to Mahatma Gandhi

Our team here at 123JUNK continues to grow! Meet one of our newest additions: Jack Brandt.

What is your role at 123JUNK?

I am a client relationship executive for the Virginia jurisdiction as part of the business development team here at 123JUNK. In this role I am a brand ambassador; I attend networking functions, visit with referral partners, and plant the seeds for connections to help our business grow.

How long have you worked at 123JUNK?

I started in November 2021. I tried to hit the ground running and learn as much as I could, and I’m excited to keep that momentum going.

What did you do before?

I graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Environmental Science in the Class of 2020. After graduating, I worked for a short while at Bozzuto Management Company doing leasing and marketing at a property outside Philadelphia. Then I decided to come back to my hometown of Oakton, VA.

How did you discover 123JUNK?

My college roommate had worked for 123JUNK in the summers and always had good things to say about the organization, so when I was job searching and came across the listing on Indeed, I recognized the company. They were looking for someone with my skill set and it seemed like a great fit.

What’s your favorite part about working here?

Definitely the people. From the first day working on the trucks to the customer service team to the business development team, it’s all about the interactions. I was welcomed from day one with open arms and every person I met has made this experience worthwhile for me. I have to say I loved being with the truck staff; those guys are the lifeblood of our organization.

What do you enjoy best about what you do?

I like being out and about and going to different offices and events—meeting new people and seeing new sights.

What 3 words do you think best describe you?

Compassionate. Energetic. Trustworthy.

What do you like to do when you’re not working?

In my free time I enjoy spending time outdoors. I’m an avid snowboarder, camper, hiker, surfer, golfer…anything outside. I also love to spend time with family and friends.

Tell us about your family.

I’d like to thank my mother and father, Bill and Suzanne Brandt, for everything they taught me to help me become the man I am today, as well as my sister Georgia and my dog Eddie.

What fun fact do most people not know about you, Jack Brandt?

It sometimes catches people off guard, but I actually worked a couple of years as a sous chef in an Italian restaurant. I love to cook and that might be my secret talent. My favorites: Italian food and seafood. My favorite dish: Seafood Fra Diavolo.

What advice do you have for someone who either wants to work here or is just starting at 123JUNK?

Try to bring 110% every day. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes; you have a great support group here. Bring your all and you’ll earn the respect of your associates. I can’t say enough about the team members, especially Collin, Kevin, Zach and Bryce for helping me develop into my role. They have been a wealth of knowledge and put in a lot of hard work to help me become the representative I am today.

Do you have a motto you live by?

If you put good things into this world, good things will find their way back to you.

Would you like to work here at 123JUNK?

We’re always looking for great team members like Jack Brandt to help our clients with their junk hauling needs. Check our latest job openings and apply!

If you’d like to schedule a junk pickup in Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. or Maryland, contact us!