Austin Junk Removal Services: How to Find a Junk Hauling Company that Meets Your Needs

Posted: October 7, 2013 in Uncategorized
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In a city the size of Austin, there’s an overwhelming amount of junk hauling companies out there. So how can you find the right one for you?

First, you need to make sure the company you’re hiring is legit. Check the company’s reviews on Angie’s List. Then, check the company’s rating with the BBB. Also, a lot of junk hauling companies now have Facebook and Twitter accounts. Check out their pages to get a feel for their personalities!

After reading through the reviews and checking out their social media sites, you’ll probably have a short list of about five companies. Call these companies and ask them a few questions. If they don’t have time to answer your questions, they aren’t the right company for you.

So what should you ask?

Ask the company what happens to the junk they haul from your house. You don’t want a company that will simply haul it to the landfill. Look for a company that will donate the usable stuff to a charity and then recycle everything that’s left.

Also, ask about the company’s pricing packages. Most junk hauling companies will charge by the square foot or by the truck load. Since it can be really hard to estimate how much junk you have, we recommend you send the company a picture of the junk you need hauled. This should help them create the most accurate cost estimate possible for you.

Next, if you have a busy 8-5 schedule, ask about how flexible the company’s schedule is. Can they come get your junk on the weekends? Can they come after 5:00 p.m.? Most junk hauling companies will require you to have someone present at the house while they remove your junk, so it’s important that your schedules work together.

After asking these questions, you’ll have a pretty good understanding of which companies can and can’t meet your junk hauling needs.

If you need an Austin junk hauling contractor, you can find Dirty Work on Facebook, Twitter or Google+


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