Serving Butler County

We take the same customer-focused approach that has built our brand in the home and business moving industry when it comes to removing unwanted items from your home or business. Whether downsizing, remodeling, or simply completing a long-overdue garage clean-out, we will help you get the work done without doing the heavy lifting. Our upfront pricing structure below ensures you'll know what to expect and you won't be nickel and dimed.  

We'll handle your unwanted items with care.

  • Safety is a top priority when removing your unwanted items
  • No damage to your home or building, driveway, and property
  • Trained, background checked (and drug-screened) movers provide a professional and safe service
  • Low or no-contact service offered!

Do you have a business that needs junk removal or know of a company that is downsizing due to COVID-19? We offer commercial junk removal options to get those old computers, cubicles, and office furniture disposed of or donated!


Volume Price

1/8 Truckload

0-51 cu. ft.

1/4 Truckload

51.01-102 cu. ft.

3/8 Truckload

102.01-152 cu. ft.

1/2 Truckload

152.01-203 cu. ft.

5/8 Truckload

203.01-254 cu. ft.

3/4 Truckload

254.01-304 cu. ft.

7/8 Truckload

304.01-355 cu. ft.

Full Truckload

355.01-405 cu. ft.
Travel charges and disposal fees:

Travel charge waived when scheduled on the same day of your move!

0-10 Miles traveled


11-20 Miles traveled


21-30 Miles traveled


31-40 Miles traveled


300-500 lb items


500+ lb items


Appliance w/ freon


Hourly tear-down fee may apply for items not disassembled at the time of pick-up.

    Items we can’t move during junk removal:
    • Asbestos
    • Any medical waste or medical supplies
    • Any liquid-based items, hazardous materials, wet paint, chemicals, household cleaners, HAZMAT materials, propane or other flammable items, oil filters, batter, or mercury-based items
    • Tires, which generally aren’t accepted at disposal facilities. However, you can contact a local tire recycling center or business to see if they can take them.
    Items that may be restricted (please check with your local office for government/state regulations):
    • Appliances with liquids such as AC units, freezers, or dehumidifiers
    • Appliances that aren’t emptied
    • Heavy and dense materials like concrete, asphalt, dirt, brick, roofing shingles, and other miscellaneous debris
    • Yard waste, including trees, brush, grass, mulch, sod, and other vegetative waste can be hauled away within certain guidelines. Many disposal facilities can recycle this material, so it shouldn’t be mixed in with other junk. However, sod, dirt, or mulch may have capacity limitations due to weight.
    • Electronics which could be considered e-waste, including CRT televisions