Junk Be Gone is not your average junk removal service. With over 10 years of experience, the Denver owned and operated company specializes in working with developers, real estate agents and management companies, restorations, assisted living companies as well as individuals. The personalized attention and friendly service given to each client sets the team at Junk Be Gone apart from the rest.

The Junk Be Gone team offers personalized attention and freindly service to each and every client.

Services

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Junk Removal

Recycling

Donations

Property Clean‑Up

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Appliance Removal

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TV Removal

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Yard Debris

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Construction Clean‑Up

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Hot Tub Removal

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Service Areas

Denver Metro Area

Arvada, Applewood, Aurora, Bow Mar, Broomfield, Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Englewood, Glendale, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Littleton, Northglenn, Thornton, Westminster, and Wheat Ridge

Surrounding Areas

Boulder, Brighton, Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Erie, Golden, Lafayette, Louisville, Parker, and Superior.

Pricing

Junk Be Gone removes any unwanted items from any space. Competitive rates are listed below.

Our pricing includes

  • Dedicated clean-up of space
  • All items are appropriately recycled, donated and disposed

Rates List by Load

Pricing (By Volume)

Minimum $50
Load $100
¼ Load $150
Load $200
½ Load $250
Load $300
¾ Load $350
Full Load $400

Bed Load Pricing (Dirt, Concrete, Plaster, Rock, Etc.)

¼ Bed Load (Minimum) 1 cu. yard $200
½ Bed Load 2 cu. yards $300
¾ Bed Load 3 cu. yards $400
Full Bed Load 3.5 cu. yards $500

Due to recycling/disposal costs and regulations in Colorado, we must charge an additional recycling fee.

Volume Estimator

¼ Load

1 Pickup Truck

½ Load

2 Pickup Trucks

¾ Load

3 Pickup Trucks

Full Load

4 Pickup Trucks

Recycling

Junk Be Gone takes pride in helping keep Colorado clean. We always do our best at recycling anything that can be recycled. From old appliances, scrap metal, cardboard, or plastics, we make the most out of our truckloads. By law, Junk Be Gone is not allowed to take or recycle any kind of hazardous materials such as gas, oils, or chemicals.

Donations

Throughout our daily “junk” adventures, we often come across items that can be donated to various facilities around town such as a church or the VA Center. Over 50% of our truckloads can be recycled or donated, keeping as much as possible out of the landfills and at the same time helping someone in need.

Make It Gone. Junk Be Gone.