Austin Junk Hauling: 4 Things Bad Contractors Say

Posted: September 5, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Austin junk hauling

A city the size of Austin has dozens upon dozens of junk haulers and some of them are bound to be less than professional. So how can you tell the difference between a good junk hauler and a bad one?

Well here are the top 4 things bad contractors say…

We don’t need insurance.

Run from any company that says this! All junk hauling companies need insurance. If you hire an uninsured company and they damage your home, you’ll be responsible for the cost of repairs.

In addition, if you hire an uninsured company and one of their workers hurts themselves in your home, they could sue you!

Our prices are half that of our competitors.

Beware of any company whose prices sound too good to be true. They probably are. Both recycling junk and taking it to the landfill cost money. Because of this, the prices of junk hauling services can’t be lowered too much.

So if you find a company that quotes you a price 75% cheaper than all their competitors, it’s a good sign they’re going to illegally dump your junk.

We’ll just leave your stuff here then.

Sometimes bad junk hauling companies will quote you a low price, and then when they show up to haul away your junk, they’ll quote you a drastically higher price. If you won’t agree to the higher price, they threaten to just leave your junk right where it is.

Let them. There are dozens of other Austin junk hauling companies out there that you can give your business to. Ones who won’t try to bully you.

We’ll make sure it all gets to the landfill.

This one might not sound that bad at first, but think about it. Do you want all your junk to go to a landfill? Of course not! You want everything that can be donated to get donated. You want everything that can be recycled to be recycled. Never hire a junk hauling company that’s simply going to haul everything to a landfill!

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