Anyone with a pick-up truck and a couple of guys to do the lifting can call themselves a junk removal company - and they do. If you are considering hiring out waste removal services rather than DYI, be sure to cover all your bases. Below are questions you need to ask prior to confirming your order.
Good junk removal companies will remove almost anything non-hazardous you need to get rid of.
They will provide you with estimates based on the type and amount of waste to be disposed of.
You do your part for the environment, and your junk removal service provider should as well.
You may be held liable in the event of an injury on your site by your junk removal or dumpster rental provider. Make sure your service provider is properly licensed and has an on-going, current, WCB coverage. If unsure, be sure to ask your service provider if they have a business license and /or WCB coverage. Be sure to ask for a written proof you can ask them to produce a WCB Clearance Letter to confirm their coverage.
Remember that the people you hire will likely have access to your home and property. A company that is has been established in your community is likely to be reputable and safe.