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Construction Debris Removal After A Flooring Renovation

Construction Debris Removal After A Flooring Renovation


One of the most common renovations to a home is installing new flooring. Whether it's tile, vinyl, laminate, or hardwood, a new floor still means debris.

And all that debris - old carpet or flooring, padding, broken tile, wood scraps, and so on, can add up to some large piles that need to be removed. So, what do you do about that?


When the Piles Outside Won't Fit Inside (The Trash Bins)

Although we often use the terms interchangeably, renovations and remodels are not quite the same thing. 

Most experts agree that, properly speaking, a renovation is when repairs and updates are made. This generally includes such things as painting, installing new flooring, and switching out items like cabinet doors and drawer faces.

And installing new flooring also includes removing the old flooring.

This could be old vinyl or laminate flooring, or more likely it will be old carpeting. And the rolls of carpet removed from a typical 2,000 square foot home can be huge. As can the stacks of old wood flooring or laminate planks. 

And that doesn't include any old baseboard, padding, and other bits and pieces of material that was either attached to the existing flooring or needed to be replaced, as well. 

Then there's tile. 

When bathroom or kitchen flooring is replaced, the old stuff is almost invariably porcelain or stone tile of some type. That means rubble, shards, and lots of dust!  And don't forget all the scraps of waste material, wrappers, boxes, and other packaging materials that will come from the new flooring.


The bottom line is that any extensive re-flooring project will also include some major debris removal of all the construction waste that is generated. The problem for a vast majority of owners and handyman installers is a lack of means for loading, hauling,  and unloading all this debris.

Not to mention that neither the homeowner nor the handyman or contractor really wants to take the time and invest the labor into construction debris removal and disposal. 

And we don't blame them!

Which is why Junk King specializes in construction debris removal, including debris from home renovation projects.


Your Local Go-To Partners for Any Type of Junk Removal

One of the objections some people have to hiring a junk removal service is the cost. However, a DIY approach is can actually cost much more, especially when you factor in your time and labor along with all the other related costs and fees.

But when you're spending money on a renovation it makes sense to only spend what you need to. And we get it.

According to HomeGuide.com, for example, 

"The average cost of new flooring installation is $6 to $10 per square foot with some homeowners spending as little as $3 or as high as $18 per square foot depending on the materials chosen. For a medium-sized living room of 330 square feet, you can expect to pay between $1,660–$4,620 for installation and materials."

However, in your well-meaning effort to save, you may still try to take the debris removal on as a DIY task.

But even if you rented a truck, bought the tie-downs and other supplies needed to haul it all, and  then took the time to do all the loading of the flooring debris yourself, that just means you would have to haul it to the nearest landfill or waste transfer station and then unload it all yourself. 

Or you could just call Junk King, your local, professional construction debris removal firm.

We are the best with construction debris removal - both for residential projects and for commercial work - and we promise to make the work quick, safe, and easy on you. That's because we do all the heavy lifting!

And, perhaps best of all, you can be sure that all your old flooring debris will be sorted so that as much of it as possible can be recycled.


The Easiest Way to Get Rid  of Construction Debris - With Junk King

No matter where you live, Junk King can remove your old bathroom fixtures and other remodeling debris for you.

Once you decide to hire someone to come and haul away all the trash, junk, and debris from your big home renovation project, you need to choose the right junk removal service for the job.

And while you can certainly find some guy with a truck willing to take it for you, going that route may end up costing you more than you hoped to save.

Which is another reason why Junk King really is the junk removal firm of choice.

Junk King provides an efficient, safe and eco-friendly construction debris removal service so you don’t need to worry about the pick up or disposal of your renovation junk. In fact, our expert debris removal team will break down and haul off any type of materials you have.

And, unlike the backseat of your family car, our junk removal trucks are made to handle those dirty and dangerous debris items.

So, ready to get rid of your reflooring waste and debris? It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3.

Our professional and insured junk removal team will call 15 to 30 minutes before we arrive at your home, and we’ll give you a free estimate based on how much room your debris takes up in our truck. You point and we haul the debris into our junk removal trucks, - and all without any hidden fees!

Make an appointment today by booking online above or by calling 1.888.888.JUNK (5865).



Construction Debris Removal After A Flooring Renovation


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