EVICTION clean-0UT prices

Eviction junk-out services is about a prepared response to get your property back! It had to be done. Here's how it works: 1) Size the amount of Junkers, 2) Arrive early, 3) Clean-out the property. 

Optionals: Junk Hauling, Re-key locks, house cleaning

How many Do You Need?

Experienced Junkers

How Many_

SIZE THE CLEAN-OUT TEAM

RSVP

Eviction staffing is about responding with the correct number of experienced Junkers.

Date ___ | Time:00

Eviction Day

$450 includes 3 Experienced Junkers*

$75 for each additional

Experienced Junker

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COST

*Service is to the curb. Extreme situations will influence the final cost.

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ARRIVAL IS PROMPT.

Expect our team to assemble 45 minutes early. We gather at the nearest gas station (usually a QT).

"Early is on time."

JUNK-OUT

 THE SERVICE.

YOU got your property back.

Your plan just came together.

 CLEANUP TIME!!!

JUNK HAULING

 pack up, haul it away

Now that you have your property back, it's time to haul away the mess.

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Schedule Your Eviction Clean-out Today.

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eviction |iˈvikSH(ə)n| noun

the action of expelling someone, especially a tenant, from a property; expulsion: the forced eviction of residents.

hoard |hôrd| noun

 

a stock or store of money or valued objects, typically one that is secret or carefully guarded: he came back to rescue his little hoard of gold.• an ancient store of coins or other valuable artifacts: a hoard of Romano-British bronzes.• an amassed store of useful information or facts, retained for future use: a hoard of secret information about his work.verb [with object] amass (money or valued objects) and hide or store away: thousands of antiques hoarded by a compulsive collector | many of the boat people had hoarded rations.• reserve in the mind for future use: (as adjective hoarded) :  a year's worth of hoarded resentments and grudges.ORIGIN Old English hord (noun), hordian (verb), of Germanic origin; related to German Hort (noun), horten (verb).