As we’ve established, there’s a lot involved in any major junk removal, but especially for bigger cleanouts where there is more junk. There are several reasons why hiring professionals for your cleanout is not only more convenient, it’s actually cost-effective. Let’s look at why letting professionals take your trash out actually works to your advantage as a consumer.
One of the biggest costs of major junk removal is time. For larger scale projects like a full house cleanout or tenant junk removal, this can take days, taking you away from time with your family or critical business demands. This isn’t the case with professional junk removal companies. For most of these jobs, professionals can get it done in a day. Full-house cleanouts can sometimes take 2-3 days – but still much faster than you working alone or having to wrangle friends to help out. Remember, time is money too. Don’t you want the job done as fast as possible?
Avoid Dumping Fees
Another hidden cost of junk removal is the cost of actually depositing waste into the landfill or junkyard. Dumping a full-house worth of junk can cost significant dump fees and hauling, but this is mitigated by hiring professional services. You simply pay for the junk removal itself.
More Safety and Efficiency
Big cleanouts require multiple people to pull off within a reasonable amount of time. On top of that, if the cleanout is disorganized and not handled safely, you or your friends could end up injuring yourselves and adding more time to the cleanout. A professional team brings more efficiency and safety to the whole process. At Tyler’s Hauling, our team is highly experienced and efficient in our work. We not only arrive on time, we also arrive with a game plan for your cleanout to be executed as safely and timely as possible.
Better Cleaning Post Job
The thing about doing home cleanouts or other large-scale jun removals yourself is that you not only have to remove junk and debris, but you also have to clean up the mess left behind. However, this isn’t the case with professional junk removal experts. Tydiging up and removing any mess that results from the cleanout is done by the removal company and included in your fee – no extra charge. In this sense, you get two jobs for the price of one.
Peace of Mind and Coverage
Another risk of do-it-yourself cleanouts, besides personal injury, is damaging your home or property. If you’re doing the cleanout alone or with an inexperienced crew, damages are more likely to occur. Hiring professionals reduces this risk immensely, but if damages do occur, the company is fully insured for personal property damage. If something happens with your removal team, you’re covered, unlike if you were doing it on your own.
Your professional cleanout can range depending on the scale of your project. Perhaps starting around $1,000, but again this can increase or decrease based on the scale of your cleanout. For example, an entire four-bedroom home cleanout could be $4,000, while a garage cleanout could be less.