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Construction debris comes in all sizes, ranging from small to medium to large. The larger the construction project, the more leftover debris to dispose of. Regardless of the type of construction project you are planning, our debris removal is affordable, accessible, and reliable. We believe in giving back to our community by providing high-quality construction debris removal and disposal services.
Home renovation, single room updates, new construction, and other home improvement projects leave behind junk. Leftover drywall, 2x4s, tile, asphalt shingles, hardwood, mortar, blocks, and other materials qualify as construction debris.
Brick And Concrete Block Construction Debris
Brick is commonly utilized as a siding for residential and commercial buildings. Mortar is utilized to adhere the bricks together in a unique sequence. Bricks is an affordable siding option. No matter how hard you try, there will be leftovers to dispose of. Good bricks can be saved for other projects while broken bricks must be disposed of in a local recycling center or landfill.
Concrete blocks are more commonly utilized for the foundation of residential and commercial facilities. Concrete blocks are difficult to work with. So, mishaps are not uncommon. Broken pieces of a concrete block must be disposed of properly or per the municipality’s waste disposal regulations.
Wood Construction Debris
Wood has various purposes in construction projects. Wood is utilized to construct walls, roofing beams, subfloors, shelves, cabinets, and other important structural components. While there are always wood pieces leftover from construction projects, it is one type of material easy to dispose of. Wood debris is recyclable when untreated. The recycled wood can be utilized to make mulch, OSB panels, and other products.
Our wood construction debris removal and disposal services are eco-friendly and cost-efficient. We will pick up your wood construction debris at your earliest convenience and deliver it to a recycling center for disposal.
No Construction Debris Too Small Or Too Large For Our Removal Team
Our removal team is fully qualified to take on any construction debris removal. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment, manpower, and heavy-duty work trucks to pick up, haul, and drop off junk. Our construction debris service is available to property owners, tenants, construction companies, home development firms, landlords, and businesses.
We offer written quotes for our junk removal services per appointment only. Do not hesitate to request your free written estimate today before your construction project is scheduled to begin.
Construction Materials Qualify For Our Junk Removal Service
Some materials utilized in the construction industry are difficult to dispose of, as most were connection facilities do not classify them as household waste. These materials are not household waste, but construction junk that when in landfills generates a significant amount of greenhouse gas emissions. To keep these materials out of local dumps and landfills, we recommend recycling them.
Recycled building materials are utilized for various purposes. Instead of being charged a set rate, we base the cost on the total weight of the entire pile of recyclable construction materials.
Concrete Construction Debris Removal
We pick up cracked broken blocks and slabs. Our concrete removal team will arrive at your home before the scheduled appointment to prepare for the pickup. The removal team assesses the construction debris, separating it into piles. One pile will be for recycling, another pile for donations, and a pile for the local landfill.
We accept pieces of concrete slabs and broken concrete blocks for recycling. Recycled concrete is utilized for the base of new parking lots, driveways, walkways, highways, and streets. Each piece of concrete debris will be carefully removed from your property and disposed of per the local municipal was disposal laws.
Asphalt Construction Debris Disposal
Asphalt is utilized in the construction of streets, driveways, highways, and roofing shingles. Asphalt-based materials are recyclable and can be dropped out at any land-based recycling center. While asphalt debris is recyclable, the removal, hauling, and drop off can be extremely difficult due to weight. Asphalt is a heavy material. One cubic yard of hot asphalt weighs approximately 140 pounds. The density of hot, liquid asphalt is between 142 and 148 pounds. When you consider these measurements, it is easy to see why the removal and disposal of asphalt construction debris are difficult.
Our asphalt debris removal and disposal support small-, medium-, and large-sized loads. For consumers who do not have a transport vehicle for heavy loads or enough manpower to load and unload heavy loads, we are here to help.
Scrap Metal Construction Debris
A broad range of metal materials is utilized in the production of commercial and industrial buildings, automobiles, farm equipment, outdoor lawn furniture, plumbing fixtures, carports, electric wiring, and appliances.
Contrary to belief, not all scrap metals are recyclable. For example, tin-plated steel paint cans are not recyclable. Steel, tin, cast iron, copper, brass, zinc, aluminum, and zinc are recyclable in most applications. When chemicals are involved, some metals may not be approved for recycling. Check with your local recycling center to determine if your scrap metals qualify for recycling services.
Some metals are heavier than others. Take, for instance, steel is heavier than aluminum. Brass is heavier than aluminum. The heavier the scrap metal, the more manpower is needed to collect, haul, and drop off at an authorized recycling or donation facility.
Type of Construction Debris We Accept For Removal
We accept a broad range of construction debris for our removal service. Carpet, tile, laminate, scrap metal, plastic, brick, concrete, asphalt, masonry, insulation, drywall, wood, and vinyl. To initiate the construction debris process, you will need to request a consultation. During the consultation, the client will meet with a member of our junk removal team.
The junk removal expert will explain our removal and disposal services. An inspection may be requested to help the technician determine the best removal method. You will have several options to choose from. With the decision made, the technician will begin to devise a custom removal and disposal strategy specifically for your pile of construction debris.
Best Concrete Disposal Method
Concrete can be disposed of at recycling centers, where it will be crushed, filtered, and separated into piles for aggregate and other materials.