Don’t wait till you have time to deal with the material. Save yourself the hassle by hiring our weight-based debris removal company. We’ll do it all at a fair price!
Sometimes, it’s easy to put off the junk removal on your construction site. Many rubbish removal companies charge by space taken up in a truck. So, to cut costs, you’d need to work at flattening large, boxy items for pickup.
But we operate differently. We don’t believe you should be paying for ‘air.’ We charge by weight, not space. That means the price you get charged is fair and accurate. It’s not based on a person’s eye-ball estimate of how much room is taken up in the truck.
Not only that, our weight-based billing structure means our team is prudent to do construction waste removal efficiently. We don’t waste time making multiple trips to the transfer station or recycling depot. That can happen when you’re filling up junk pickup trucks too fast with boxy items.
Instead, we take the time to flatten material and break it down. That way, we can fit more on our trucks, which are already big enough to handle large garbage pickups.
Building budgets are expensive – we get it. And for that reason, you’ll want to know where your money is going.
Our government-certified, calibrated scale comes right on the truck we use for your construction junk removal. You can see the weight as it’s being loaded onto the truck.
Your construction debris haul may not cost as much as you think
We know what you may be thinking: construction material is heavy, so a space-based billing system must be cheaper, right? Well, not in all circumstances.
We have a 300 lb minimum charge. To give you a visual, that’s about one pickup truck filled with scrap wood. It’s a lot, if you think about it.
And, since we’re motivated to pack as much as we can on our hauling trips, you know you’re not wasting money on ‘pockets of space’ that come naturally when dumping debris into a truck.
The other important consideration with volume versus weight-based billing is this:
Transfer stations charge by weight. So when you’re packing heavy material into a junk removal truck, a space-based billing system makes overestimating necessary. This is to cover potential extra costs when you get to the transfer station.
Our weight-based billing system avoids that problem all together. Again – what you see on the scale is what you are charged. It’s an exact system.
In the end, your construction waste removal costs may work out to be similar, or less than our competitors’ rates.
If you’re unsure about how much your construction waste will weigh, we can help you with a rough estimate. Send us a photo, or give us a call to describe your job, and we’re happy to give you advice.