Junk Removal North Pittsburgh
Fast, eco-friendly junk removal and dumpster rental in North Pittsburgh
Meet the Owner
Edward Stripay, Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh Junk King hauling franchisee, Edward Stripay grew up near a landfill. “I watched a valley become a mountain,” he says, “and that was in a small farming community. Imagine world wide how much land is lost” (to landfills.) Certainly, Stripay, a hunter, fisherman, motorcyclist, and lover of the outdoors, has a desire to maintain green surroundings. But more than just running a green business—Junk King junk hauling recycles or donates 60% or more of the items they pick up—the business owner has decided to give back even more to his community. Social responsibility is important to Stripay, and so he supports Habitat for Humanity as well as the Allegheny Land Trust.
Pittsburgh certainly is a changed from its steel mill days. Stripay and his Junk King franchise has kept up with the times. Founded in 2005 to be fast, green, and full service, the company is user-friendly for both businesses and homeowners. Their recently updated website is easier to use than ever, and customers can book their own, convenient appointments. From its beginnings in California’s Silicon Valley, to the present, Junk King has grown to 50 franchises across the country and in Canada. Each provides the best service possible. Junk King hauling gets the highest ratings of any service industry in the U.S. Their customers are not required to gather, drag, or box up their junk. The Junk King team does all the work, so cleaning out the attic, basement, garage, or yard is easier than ever. Customers just point at what is to be removed. For an appointment, call 1-888-888-5865 (JUNK) or visit the website www.junk-king.com.
Is junk piling up in your home or office in the Cranberry Township area? Let our courteous and efficient staff at Junk King™ solve your junk hauling needs for you. We are local to the Cranberry Township area and provide junk pickup services throughout the area. And we're green! We recycle up to 60% of the items we collect.