Community Ties And A Commitment To Customer Service: Affordable Junk Removal

June 10, 2021

There are many reasons to call a junk removal service.

Perhaps you’re planning a move and need to clear out the basement and attic before your open house. Perhaps you’ve been spending far too much time at home lately and you feel the need to clean up. But figuring out who to call can be a chore. Contacting one of the major freight forwarders will direct you to a phone center where they have never heard of your city and their prices appear vague and full of additional fees.

No wonder you pile this stuff up: it’s too much of a chore to get rid of! Or you give us a call Inexpensive waste disposal and let a local small business with deep community roots take care of everything.

Jay Schadler started his business in 2003. Back then it was just him and a broken pickup truck doing small jobs and working nights and weekends when he could. His business grew over the years, but his dedication to customer service never waned.

He now has ten employees and ten trucks serving east and central Massachusetts and north Rhode Island. Inexpensive waste disposal specializes in house and property cleaning. When your garage, attic, or office is cluttered with stuff, take your space back and let the professionals do the heavy lifting.

Jay and his team took care of everything.

They dismantled above-ground pools, removed ancient whirlpools, tore down old fences and removed worn carpets. You come for a single item or clean up an entire house. And they can take almost anything. They cannot accept hazardous substances, brushes, dirt or concrete, but everything else is fair game to take away.

Not everything ends up in a landfill – not if Jay can help him. He first tries to either recycle or donate items. Only after he tries to reuse objects do they end up at the transfer station. Work with Inexpensive waste disposal Is simple!

First, you can load things yourself if you want by renting a 15 cubic yard dumpster for a week and throwing away up to a ton of your unwanted belongings. When you need to shed more weight, Jay shares that amount – you never pay for what you don’t use!

If you don’t want to worry about the dumpster, there is also a dedicated driveway that you can take away a truckload of your unwanted items when you stack them. Or, if you don’t want to lift a finger, you can point at the items and the team will fill their truck and haul away your unwanted items.

Either way you do it, you’ll have more space and more peace of mind! Jay and his team beat the big trash hauliers on both price and customer service. When you call the low cost junk removal, You are not connected to an anonymous call center. Your call goes straight to Jay.

And when we talk about pricing, Jay is open-minded. His website displays truck sizes and prices so you can save time by knowing your cost before making an appointment.

There are no hidden costs or surprise fees at all Affordable Junk Removal. Jay is fully licensed and insured and will treat your property with care and respect. They also have a thriving commercial business, working with contractors and roofers to clear up debris and keep the construction site clean. You can even handle business and personal emergencies with same day service.

Jay and his family are deeply involved in the community. He and his wife Christine run the Corner Market restaurant in Holliston and Resellables, a thrift store in Bellingham. It’s not uncommon for someone to reach Jay at the restaurant, order a sandwich, and then make an appointment to collect the trash. Yes, the local small business can do it all!

For more information, contact Jay Schadler at (774) 287-1133 or visit the Affordable Junk Removal website online at www.takeawayjunk.com.

Medway & Millis Town News is a monthly publication devoted to covering local news and events in Medway and Millis. The newspaper is part of the Local Town Pages group of eight newspapers covering 10 cities in the Metrowest / Metrosouth areas and mailed to more than 80,000 homes and businesses each month.

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