Trashouts Junk Removal: Furniture And Appliance Removal Now Available In Jacksonville

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Jacksonville, Florida based Trashouts Junk Removal recently announced that they will now be offering furniture and appliance removal services. The company has been providing commercial and residential cleanout services for over 16 years in Jacksonville and its surrounding areas.

Mark Strickland, a representative for the cleanout specialist company, says, “We are pleased to offer our customers these new furniture and appliance removal services. The community can be at ease knowing that we will dispose of their expendable items in a manner that does not harm the environment. We are proud to help keep it clean, one house or office at a time.”

The company asserts that they provide an environmentally friendly service, clarifying that they recycle or donate at least 60% of the items that are removed for their customers. "We recycle appliances, computer equipment, tires, metal, and more. Some items are also donated to charities in the local community. We do our best to make sure that nothing goes to waste," says Strickland.

Trashouts Junk Removal offers a number of services to the Jacksonville community. These are separated into two categories. The first of these are Residential Services, which are focused towards providing a quick response at the most convenient time for the homeowner. The company describes this service as, "Affordable, easy to schedule, fast and reliable, and carried out by a professional crew." It includes Yard Waste Removal, Tree Debris Removal, Estate Cleanout, Demolition Removal, Furniture Removal, Hoarding, Appliance Removal, and Trailers and TV Pickup. The second category are their Commercial Services, which are designed to ease the concerns of property managers or office managers. These include Storage Cleanout, Construction Debris Removal, Scrap Metal Removal, Tenant Eviction Cleanout, and many more.

Those who are interested in availing themselves of the company’s assistance may view a full catalogue of Trashouts Junk Removal's services on their website, where the company gives a detailed explanation of every service that they carry out. Strickland states that removing years of accumulated items in just a few hours is their specialty and, when contacting the company, clients may schedule a removal as soon as 24 hours following the initial call.

The cleanout specialists note that the proper removal of any kind of material in great amounts requires trained crews, large trucks, and professional management in order to be executed efficiently and safely. As a result, one of the most common concerns among the community, as noted by Strickland, is the elevated prices that these services usually carry. He remarks that, due to these concerns, homeowners often end up with trash, furniture, and even construction debris from a renovation, accumulating in their backyard for extended periods.

However, "We will always provide professional service at a reasonable price," affirms Strickland. "We won’t surprise our customers with hidden fees, up-charges, or no-shows. Our rates are based on the volume of room that the materials to be removed occupy within our removal truck. We factor in loading and unloading time, general cleanup, transit time, dumping fees, and taxes, all of which are duly noted on the estimate that we provide upfront. All of this is done to ensure that there are no misunderstandings with our customers."

Many clients have shared their experience with the company via online review platforms. Past customer Jannah Connor said, "I contacted the company and, as it was promised, they showed up the next day. Within two hours, the junk was removed completely and I was finally able to walk into my backyard after two months of having construction debris laying around. I highly recommended Trashouts Junk Removal if you need help removing anything from your backyard."

Trashouts Junk Removal’s services extend all the way to NAS Jacksonville and Naval Station Mayport in Jacksonville. The company takes pride in offering their services to military families.

For more information on Trashouts Junk Removal, customers may contact Mark Strickland for an initial consultation, or visit the company's website through the following link: Interested parties may also connect with the cleanout specialists through their social media pages, where the company keeps their followers notified of their latest news and promotions.


For more information about Trashouts Junk Removal, contact the company here:

Trashouts Junk Removal
Mark Strickland
Trashouts Junk Removal
2119 Hilltop Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32246

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