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I contacted Adam about removing a play set that came with my home. His price was more than fair, he showed up right on time and completed the work quickly! I would definitely recommend Adam for any of your junk removal needs - his pricing is beyond reasonable and he’s a super nice guy!Dec 16, 2019Verified
Adam is excellent. He was on time, friendly, and a hard worker. He removed all of our junk. I would definitely use his service again. A job well done. ☺Oct 17, 2019Verified
I liked everything about jack of all trades. Was my 1st time ordering a clean up crew. Very professional, on time removed all the junk without any problems. Overall was a very pleasant experience highly recommend this service. Will be using in the future for sureNov 7, 2019Verified
Adam made the process of junk removal stress-free for me with his professionalism, punctuality, and reasonable price. I will definitely be using his services the next time that I need him!Nov 29, 2018Verified
Adam is a great guy! Very responsive and so hard working. He took a large load of junk we needed removed and packed it into his truck like Tetris.Jan 26, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Prices are based on per truck load. Half truck load or full truck load. My prices do not change based on weight. I recycle and donate as much as I can so what ends up at the landfill is minimal which brings down load weight and keeps dump fees low. (This is a little long please keep reading!) I do at times sell items from jobs an example of this is I took away a washer, dryer, treadmill and step machine. I charged for half a truck load to the junk customer. I found the washer and dryer were broken however I took the main control unit (the button panel) off the washer and the spin motor off the dryer and sold them. The treadmill and step machine were old and neither goodwill or salvation army would take them. I was able to part out these machines and sell some of the parts on ebay and I was able to recycle the rest. (Almost done!) Another example is I took away a full truck load of trash a mattress, box spring, clothes, electronics and other misc items from someones house that was moving. I charged them for a full truck load (my truck was definitely overloaded) but still only charged for a full truck load. I was able to donate most of the clothes and non broken toys. I separated all paper, cardboard and metals to be recycled (no charge to me to recycle). I was able to fix and or part out some of the electronics and resold the parts or full units. (My degree is in IT I can fix electronics and I can test parts) Wood items like the box spring was broken down to be used in my fireplace. Out of a full truck load the only thing that went to the landfill was the mattress and some other non recyclable pieces. My weight went from 1100 pounds (cost to dump 28$) to 470 pounds ($9.00 in dump fees.) (Last bit!) Why am I telling you all of this? With a little extra work I can keep costs down for the junk removal customer. Keep as much as possible from going into the landfill. Donate items to be reused by those in need. And make a little extra money for myself instead of charging the junk customer more to get rid of everything. I hope this helps your decision thank you for reading all the way.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I can fit a lot in my truck. All those years of playing tetris =)
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I left my fulltime job to start my buisness.