Junk Removal Services in South San Francisco, CA
Fast, eco-friendly junk removal and hauling services in South San Francisco, CA, and the surrounding areas
Meet the Owner
David Meacham joined the Junk King family in February 2020 and has been leading the team at Junk King South San Francisco since. Prior to Junk King, David spent 18 years as the owner and operator of a Bay Area business. It began as a startup and within five years he was able to turn it into a business with an annual revenue of more than $3 million.
His experience has helped him identify the three keys to success: hiring quality talent, giving them the tools and training to be successful and creating a company culture centered around exceptional customer service. With these keys of success, it is no surprise why David was drawn to Junk King. All three of these are the foundation on which the Junk King brand was built on.
In his off time, you can find David spending time with his college sweetheart and their three children. He is also an avid hiker and tennis player – he might even end up on your league tennis team or play against you in a tennis tournament.
Junk King South San Francisco acknowledges the important role recycling plays in a community and places a large emphasis on its green initiative with every job. Junk King will offer the South San Francisco community a wide range of junk removal services, including appliance and furniture disposal, electronic waste recycling and yard debris removal. We cover the entire South San Francisco region from Daly City to Half Moon Bay!
The team also values customer loyalty and strives to go above and beyond with each job by calling 15 to 30 minutes ahead of time, while offering up-front pricing.
The Junk King mission is to ensure that 60 percent of the junk collected at each job is recycled, reused, or repurposed, rather than being dumped into landfills. If you’re ready to reclaim your space and make a positive impact on the environment, schedule your next junk removal appointment with Junk King South San Francisco and call 1-888-888-JUNK (5865) or book online.
Do you live in the South San Francisco area and need a trusted, local junk pickup service?
With Junk King, our well-trained, insured staff does the junk hauling for you. If you live in the South San Francisco area, we can be at your home or business within minutes! As we said, we’re also eco-friendly: we recycle a large portion of all items we pick up to keep your neighborhood green.
Junk Removal in South San Francisco
Do you have junk piling up in your home or office in the South San Francisco area? Let our courteous and efficient staff at Junk King take care of your junk hauling needs for you.
We’re local and we provide both residential and commercial junk pickup services throughout the South San Francisco region of the Bay area.
Residential Junk Items We Take for Removal
If you live in South San Francisco – or Daly City, Burlingame, Montara, Pacifica, or even Half Moon Bay – you know that getting rid of the junk in your home is not easy.
But how do you make that happen? Good news! At Junk King South San Francisco, we not only have a solution, but we ARE also the solution!
And it’s not just you that has a junk removal problem. Homeowners and renters in places like El Granada, Millbrae, and Moss Beach regularly find themselves needing to get rid of unwanted junk items.
More good news…
At Junk King South San Francisco, we take almost every type of residential junk item you can think of, and that includes all the junk you need to dispose of right now. And it’s simple. Just give us a call and we’ll come to your home and haul away your old lawn chairs, charcoal grill, broken bikes, and other unwanted household junk.
Large items or small, we can take just about everything and anything you need to dispose of (except for hazardous waste.)
The Best Commercial Junk Removal Service in the South San Francisco Region
The Items We Take with Our Commercial Junk Removal Service
If you own a business, manage a business, or work at a business, and part of your job is getting rid of the company’s junk and debris, you know it can be a challenge at times.
This is especially true when you find that your waste management company doesn’t always take every junk or trash item you put out.
And this can happen frequently.
Even if your waste management provider will let you schedule a special pick up, this usually involves additional fees. And, if your business has frequent junk removal needs, that’s not practical.
The fact is that, for most commercial junk disposal, there are only two options for making it happen: Doing it yourself or hiring someone to do it.
Before you decide on the DIY option, keep in mind that disposing of your own junk may not save your company money. Your time and your employee’s time will be needed to do the job and you’re paying for that time. Not only that, but your actual cost is doubled since all that time loading, hauling, and dumping is time that you or your employees are not being productive in your business.
There is a solution. Junk King South San Francisco specializes in providing efficient and cost-effective commercial junk removal services.
How Junk Removal Works at Junk King South San Francisco
Junk removal is an on-demand service for getting just about any kind of trash removed from your home or business.
At Junk King South San Francisco, we haul large items like furniture, yard waste, appliances, and construction debris, as well as removing all kinds of trash from real estate cleanouts and full house cleanouts. Junk Removal is easy when you hire junk king because our junk removal professionals are trained and insured to get rid of your junk properly. All you have to do is contact Junk King, be on site to greet our professionals, and point to your junk while we do the heavy lifting.
Why You Should Choose Junk King South San Francisco
The Easiest Junk Removal Company to Work With
We want working with Junk King South San Francisco to be easy and we work hard to make that way.
Junk King has also worked hard to gain the reputation of being Number One for service in our industry. In addition, Junk King’s foundational commitment to being “green” and eco-friendly means that you can be assured we recycle or repurpose as much of your junk as possible. We also specialize in removing all types of debris and trash from real estate cleanouts and full house cleanouts. In other words, Junk King South San Francisco can handle almost every type of junk pickup job you need done.
Areas We Serve in the South San Francisco Region
We have been serving the following towns, cities, and neighborhoods in the greater South San Francisco area since 2020:
Brisbane is a city, although a relatively small one, located on the southern edge of San Francisco, and the northeastern border of South San Francisco, alongside San Francisco Bay, and close to the San Francisco International Airport. And it boasts a city population of around 4,850 residents.According to a local news story,
Burlingame is located on the San Francisco Peninsula and has a significant shoreline on San Francisco Bay. The city is known for its eucalyptus groves and costly homes. For example, in the last part of 2021, the typical home value in Burlingame was said to be $2.7 million. Burlingame is also home for a city population of just over 31,300.The city is also where the historic Kohl Mansion is located, made locally famous as the spot where parts of the Disney movie Flubber was filmed.
According to Wikipedia, Daly City is the most populated city in San Mateo County with an estimated 2019 population of almost 105,000 making it a contender with San Mateo for that title. Daly City was named for the once locally renowned businessman and landowner John Donald Daly. The city borders San Francisco across its entire north edge.On the morning of April 18, 1906, a major earthquake struck just off the coast. After the quake and subsequent fire destroyed many San Franciscans homes, these refugees left for temporary housing on the ranches of the area to the south, including the large one owned by John Daly. When a flood of refugees from the quake came, Daly and other local farmers also donated milk and other foods.
The village of El Granada is a census-designated place (CDP) lies on the coast between Montara and Moss Beach to the north and Half Moon Bay to the south. The population was almost 5,500 based on the 2020 census. The village’s grand name comes from the city of Granada, Spain.According to one source, El Granada had grand beginning,
Just to the south of Moss Beach and Montara, travelers on Highway 1 will find themselves in the delightful small city of Half Moon Bay, home to almost 12,000 coastal residents. Along with being a great place for food and local nightlife, a series of beaches along the bay includes Half Moon Bay State Beach.Nature beckons with the Half Moon Bay Coastside Trail, also known as the Coastal Trail, which leads north to Pillar Point, and the Purisima Creek Redwoods Preserve which is situated on the thickly wooded slopes of the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Located in northern San Mateo County, Millbrae literally borders the San Francisco International Airport, lovingly known here as SFO. While it is primarily a smallish bedroom community of just over 23,000 and no large employers aside from the local school district and the City and County of San Francisco, it does have not one, but three, sister cities: La Serena, Chile; Mosta, Malta; and Hanyu, Japan.The city is the proud home of the historic Millbrae train station, which houses the Millbrae Train Museum. And, at the western edge of the city, San Andreas Lake and the infamous San Andreas Fault may be found.
Though not an incorporated municipality, Montara is home to just over 2,500 people and is neighbors with Moss Beach and Princeton-by-the-Sea. It is also home to Montara State Beach and the charming McNee Ranch State Park.In addition, the nearby Point Montara was the site of a now historic lighthouse that was erected in 1875, but not before at least ninety vessels had met up with the rocks there.
With a seaside population of just over 3,600 residents, Moss Beach is just down the strand from Montara. Moss Beach is a coastal census-designated place (CDP) located in San Mateo County. Visitors to Moss Beach will find a marine sanctuary known as the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, as well as the substantially long Half Moon Bay Airport running parallel to the coast, and the historic Moss Beach Distillery.
True to its name meaning “Peaceful,” Pacifica sits perched above the Pacific Ocean between San Francisco and Half Moon Bay. Almost 39,000 residents call Pacifica home and it boasts eleven distinct districts within its borders.It is also marked by history. According to one source,
Pacifica is separated from nearby Montara to the south by a rugged range of coastal mountains dominated by Peak Mountain and Montara Mountain.
Like it’s slightly smaller neighbor, San Bruno’s roughly 44,000 inhabitants are bordered by the San Francisco International Airport. In addition, it borders the city of South San Francisco, and Golden Gate National Cemetery, and is just 12 miles south of downtown San Francisco.The city began as Clark’s Station, also known as 12 Mile House, which served as a stop on the Butterfield Overland Mail stagecoach route. The station used an inn that was built in 1849, which was initially called Thorp’s Place.
A mid-sized city of just under 106,000 people, San Mateo considers itself the heart of Bay Area history. The downtown core contains over 800 shops and restaurants, many located in historic buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The second largest employer in the city is Sony Interactive Entertainment, formerly known as Sony Computer Entertainment, a multinational video game and digital entertainment company. For most of us, they are better known as the makers of the famous PlayStation.Steeped in history, the city is on the route of the fabled Butterfield Overland Mail route. In 1858, a stage station was established in San Mateo. It was located nine miles south of Clark’s Station in what is now the city of San Bruno.
South San Francisco, or South City as it’s often called locally, is home to more than 63,600 people. And, contrary to what many might think, the city of South San Francisco does not touch on the border of San Francisco, but has Brisbane, Colma, and Daly City situated between the two.A city that is true to its other nickname, it has a well-known landmark that is visible to those traveling along the San Francisco Peninsula and even the San Francisco International Airport. Sign Hill, near San Bruno Mountain State Park, has huge, white letters on its mountainside which spell out “SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO THE INDUSTRIAL CITY.”
The letters are made of painted concrete and were set up in the 1920s. In 1996 the sign was given a place in the National Register of Historic Places.