Our Junk Removal Services

Our Philosophy

Recycle - Reuse - Relove
Give your Junk a Second Chance!

With junk removal, there maybe someone who can benefit from your gently used items. If you have junk that can be re-used, there are local organizations that would love to receive them! If you have junk that needs to be re-purposed, we know where to go! If you have a preference in who to donate to, let us know!

What We Can Haul


Looking to get rid of old furniture? We can do that! If you are making room for new furniture or just need to get rid of it let us know. If it is still of use to someone else, which many times it is, we will look for new homes for your stuff.


Have a worn out appliance sitting around or looking to get a new one and just need it replaced? Let us take it off your hands as we know where to bring them for safe responsible disposal.


We all have a few electronic items stored in a closet or in a garage somewhere. You could take it yourself but just have not had the time or know where to safely dispose of it. Let us help!


We all have that treadmill or elliptical collecting dust in the basement. Typically they have been there for many years! Let us take them off your hands and find a home for  them.


Starting a renovation project and don’t have the means to remove it? We can! From old cabinets to old carpet we can help safely remove and dispose of your construction debris.

Light Demolition

Need to get rid of an old shed, play set or maybe tear down of a fence or an old deck? We have you covered. We will dismantle, demo and remove your debris. We also remove yard debris as a part of this service. Once we do, we will then take it offsite for safe removal and even cleanup afterwards!

Get Your Quote!

Step One

You Call

Contact us to let us know what services you are interested in!

We can provide a no-obligation estimate virtually if you fill out our request form on our “Contact Us” page. Provide a description and picture if possible. We can even come out and offer a free estimate in person.

Step two

We Haul

Our crew will show up promptly ready to get to work!

Our family operated team has a reputation for providing the highest in quality service. Just check out some of our review to see what our customers have to say. 

Step three

Donate All

No one likes to see reusable items in the dump!

We believe the motto that “One person’s trash can be another person’s treasure”! We have established several relationships with charity organizations. If there is any life left in the items we haul away, we make sure they are shared with someone in need.

Our Charitable Partners

The Place assists people of the Forsyth County area with essential needs and to be self-sustaining.​ Our vision is to improve lives in a compassionate and collaborative manner using the resources in our community.
When we opened our doors in 2010 our mission was and is: To receive gently used donated items from the community, then sell the items at a reasonable and fair price, so that we can then assist with the financial needs of the Humane Society of Forsyth County, our "NO KILL" shelter and their ultimate goal of rescuing more animals and through adoption finding them their forever homes.

The Humane Society of Forsyth County

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Every year, Operation Gratitude sends 300,000+ individually addressed Care Packages to Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen deployed overseas, to their children left behind, and to First Responders, New Recruits, Veterans, Wounded Heroes, and their Care Givers.

Operation Gratitude

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We believe that no transplant patient or caregiver should have the added burden of living expenses on top of their concerns regarding the transplant itself. We exist to end the stories of caregivers who sleep in hospital chairs night-after-night, who eat hospital cafeteria food, take showers when possible and make a change of clothes when convenient. Our goal is to provide a comfortable home-away-from-home, where they have privacy, along with beds to sleep in, a kitchen to cook healthy meals in and the ability to do their own laundry.

Jeffrey Campbell Evans Foundation

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Capt. Christopher Scott Cash Sr., died June 24, 2004, in heavy fighting in Iraq while serving in the N.C. National Guard. He was one of three U.S. soldiers who died in Baqubah, a town 35 miles northeast of Baghdad.

Run For Cash Memorial 5K

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No Longer Bound provides broken and willing individuals with a place of escape from the enslavement of addiction. We do this by creating a residential refuge for addicted individuals to detoxify from the chemicals, chaos, and catastrophe caused by their dependency.

No Longer Bound

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