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how it works

The steps to remove all your junk is simple, straight forward, and affordable. Knockout junk does jobs of all sizes, from single items to full trailer loads. Whether you're doing some spring cleaning, preparing to move, cleaning up the yard, or doing a remodeling project, we will knockout your junk and haul it away.

request a quote

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Contact Knockout Junk and request a quote for whatever you need to be hauled away. This can be a single item or a full trailer load. We will need you to include details including your zip code, what you need hauled away, and any other details you can provide including where we are removing it from (i.e. the garage or from the third floor of your home) and anything else you think we may need to know before we arrive. We may also ask you to send a quick photo of the item/s so we can accurately quote you. 

Pricing

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Knockout junk offers one of the best, most affordable rates for junk removal. We will quote you a flat rate that includes everything - no surprise fees, fuel charges or labor rates. For junk piles, remodeling debris or miscellaneous loads we charge by volume - this is where a quick photo of the load before we arrive really helps.

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approve

After you get your quote - give us the final green light to get you scheduled and ready for pick up. We will get you on the calendar at the soonest available time. Majority of time slots are on weekdays with limited weekend options. 

pickup

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After your date and time is scheduled we will be there to knockout your junk! Our team is fast, reliable, and ready. We properly dispose, recycle, and donate all items that are picked up.

Ready to knock it out?

Items we can knockout

  • Mattresses

  • TV's

  • Furniture

  • Appliances

  • Clothing

  • Toys

  • Pianos

  • Tire

  • Exercise Equipment

  • Auto Scraps

  • Remodel Debris

  • Lumber

  • Grills

  • Lawn Equipment

  • Carpet

  • Flooring

  • Electronics

  • and more...

Items we can'T knockout

  • Hazardous Waste  (i.e. fuel and oil)

  • Food Waste

  • Tanks (i.e. propane, gas, oxygen)

  • Excrement/Manure

  • Sealed Drums