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10 Best Seattle Junk Removers

  • 11601 NE 67th St, Kirkland
    Liz Pearce - We hired Tao to help us clean out the last of our office furniture (😟) and he delivered as Amy Woidtke and Sara Eizen promised! Fast, flexible, and cheerful.
    Sara Eizen - Tao is super nice and great about making sure your items don't end up in garbage. He tries to recycle as much as possible.
    Amy Woidtke - Tao is my go to hauler of choice for my home organizing and relocation clients. And myself, of course :D He always arrives with a contagious smile and a can-do attitude. Seriously the happiest hauler I have ever met. I love it when a client needs him because that means I get to see him too! The world needs more folks like Tao.
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  • Adam Doppelt - They were great. Easy scheduling via email/phone. Showed up on time and they were all smiles. The two guys were very efficient with our old king mattress, which was not light.
    Sherri Monte - As interior designers and Home Organizers at Elegant Simplicity, we have used Seattle Rubbish Removal.

    They were great!
  • 4229 W Marginal Way SW, Seattle • Delridge
    Omar Shahine - These guys are great. We had a bunch of furniture we just wanted out of our house. College Hunks came by and carefully removed all the items and hauled away to Goodwill. They were very reasonably priced. 329.00 for 1/8 of a truck.
    Chris Manderino - College Hunks is great...and not just because of the name. We've used them about four times over the last two years including in and out of a storage unit.
  • 3100 Airport Way S 70, Seattle • Industrial District
    Ryan Bruss - Maybe a little more expensive than you'd like, but they arrive quick, fast, and in a hurry.
    Kirby Winfield - Super fast response times, reliable, friendly. Great service for a non-local brand.
  • 12742 Lake City Way NE, Seattle • Lake City
  • Danna Redmond - So helpful in hauling nearly anything and everything away - whether it is donations to take to goodwill or recyclables to go to the recycling center or things for the landfill - they come, haul it all away. They show up on time and have always been courteous.
  • 914 164th St SE Suite B12, Mill Creek
    Susan Stocker - This company is wonderful for taking loving, gentle care of hoarding situations. We've referred to them numerous times, and every time we've had great feedback. Hoarding can be such a delicate and sensitive issue -- often with the owner feeling vulnerable, judged, a bit lost or scared. This company approaches with kindness, and that is exactly what the hoarding doctor ordered!!
  • 7020 44th Ave S, Seattle • Rainier Beach
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  • 3940 Wallingford Ave N 101, Seattle • Wallingford
    770 karma
  • 15274 Dayton Ave N, Shoreline
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Monica Huntsberry
2 months ago • Woodinville
We are looking for an organization to donate a large L-shaped sofa in good condition, that is able to pick up on the East Side. Appreciate any reco...
7 replies
2 months ago
Omar Shahine We use College Hunk Junk removal twice now. It’s expensive but it’s also gone from our house !!!
Monica Huntsberry Thank you Omar!
Amy Woidtke Tao is awesome - hes my go to guy for clients however he can only find a new home if the charities are taking them. Grab some pics and measurements and put it on Facebook marketplace? Maybe Tao or one of my move crew would do pick up and delivery. If you bag it up for a week or longer before delivery, then it has awhile for germs to die and no new germs can get on it? Sofa bags sell at UHaul.
Steve Banfield
10 months ago • West Seattle
Staying at home has taken a toll on all the dead branches and overgrowth around the house. Now I'm looking at 5 big piles of branches and briers. A...
4 replies
9 months ago
kelly malloy Hi Steve I use Saul Amaya, he's my landscaper for my listings and my home! 206-898-9774 I think for now he's not essential but worth a text to check
Chris Manderino Cardenas yard service. I used them for many years in west seattle.
kelly malloy Love new WS reccomendations!
Ryan Bruss
11 months ago • Redmond
So, I received the results back from the asbestos test in our popcorn ceiling at the house in Redmond. Just as I feared, it's positive. I'd like to...
2 replies
11 months ago
Marcy Johnson Our home has been tested multiple times by Home Depot/Lowe’s. I would recommend starting with them.
Lacie Thompson We've done it and it's really easy. You just need to get the right respirator and make sure you take it to the right facility to dump it. There are also asbestos removal companies that will do it for you if you don't want to take the risk. If you don't do it the right way and someone gets sick, you could be sued and they could die, so that's no good. I think we used Puget Sound Abatement when we did our flip house, but I would just get a bid from a few and go with the least expensive. It's not cheap - I think for 2k sq ft it was about $5k.
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