If You’re Redoing Your Floors, You Need to Figure Out Carpet Disposal
The Carpet Removal Process
What Happens Once It’s Out
We highly recommend going with a professional carpet disposal service (and we’ll explain why shortly), but if you’re intent on doing it yourself, you’ll need a few things:
A pickup truck or moving truck
A landfill or disposal site
A group of friends
Why You Should Go with a Pro
By working with pros, you’ll save yourself a ton of time, resources, energy, and–depending on how much equipment you have to buy and time off you have to take to get a DIY project done–money. You won’t have to purchase a bunch of items you’ll only use once, rent a moving truck, borrow a pickup truck, or orchestrate your schedule. You don’t have to contact landfills and carefully plan the removal process around when they’ll be open. Instead, you’ll be able to contact a reliable service provider and trust them to take care of everything while you focus on the more exciting part: getting your new floors installed and making your home feel like new.
Finding the Team for the Job
Not Your Average Dump
We don’t just get it – we’re prepared for it, and we’re here for you. Our team of guys is all about teamwork, trustworthiness, and terrific service. We’re committed to excellence along every step of the junk removal process, and we leverage our expertise into a seamless, easy experience for you.
Serving The Bay Area
Junk Reduction does not accept or remove items such as: fuels like gasoline, herbicides and pesticides, car fluids (such as oil and antifreeze), biohazard materials, items in dangerous areas, bleach and similar cleaners, wet paint, pressurized containers, or any other hazardous materials. Junk Reduction reserves the right to refuse service to individuals or areas that do not comply.