Stories About Somerset County
Here are some interesting stories about jobs we did removing junk in Somerset County, NJ
Somerset County in New Jersey, one of America’s oldest counties, is full of picturesque bucolic farms, quaint suburban communities, and home to the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. And it’s also home to a whole lot of junk! Junk can be overwhelming and most people need a little (or a lot of) help in assessing their situation and getting rid of the excess “stuff.”
Over time, belongings can accumulate and start to take over your home or apartment. From Bridgewater and Hillsborough to Watchung and Bernardsville, Somerset County has a lot of junk lurking in basements, attics and garages. But that’s where Junk-a-Haulics can help out. Let us come in and clean out the junk in your life, and restore peace and order to your homes, while recycling and repurposing perfectly good items that you no longer need and giving back to the community.
We cleaned out a basement in Manville for my friend’s dad who recently passed away. He was born in the early 1900s and was a big handyman around the house, especially with old cars. He had antique Ford parts in tons and tons of boxes lying around the basement, with many of them never opened, along with old but sharp woodworking tools, hammers and gardening rakes hanging from the ceiling. The place was literally a fortress of metal—nowhere you’d want to be in a tornado! So our Junk-a-Haulics crew came in and went to work. We filled up hundreds of cans of nails alone. Before we arrived, the place was completely packed and you could hardly walk from one side of the basement to the other. But by the time we left, the entire space was cleared out and broom clean! Any usable tools or parts that could be recycled or repurposed were given to local community organizations, since this is an important part of our business…repurposing junk for future use whenever possible. It’s truly the case of someone’s junk being someone else’s treasure. And the rest was properly disposed of.
And then there was the job site in Branchburg, where we cleared out all the metal from a Fortune-500 pharmaceuticals company. They had a 10,000-square-foot warehouse that needed to be completely emptied, so our Junk-A-Haulics team came in, sorted the metal, and cleared it out along with really heavy machinery. We’re equally adept with the large commercial jobs as we are with the smaller residential clean-outs in Somerset County.
It’s our mission to not only clean out garbage and junk, but also to repurpose items and put them to use for the better of the community in Somerset County. We’ll come in to your business or home, sort it out, clean it up, haul it away and repurpose, helping the local neighborhood whenever possible. It’s a win-win all around!
Here are some reviews from our Somerset County junk removal clients:
“I used JunkaHaulics to remove and discard unneeded household items that were left at Extra Space Storage in Bridgewater. They were professional pleasant and fairly priced.”—Edward H., Basking Ridge
“I called the Junk-A-Haulics after having a flood in my basement that left me with a lot of wet, smelly, ruined items to dispose of—including carpet and furniture. They were very professional. When I made the appointment, they gave me a time window to expect their arrival – and they called twice that morning to give me an even more specific ETA. The employees were funny and friendly and courteous. They explained everything thoroughly and worked very quickly. Before I knew it, all of the junk was gone and my yard was back to normal. They were even able to recycle some of what I disposed of, so that it all didn’t go to a landfill, which was great. Overall, very satisfied and would definitely use them again.”—Pam A., Bound Brook
“The Junk-A-Haulics came to my house on time, and were very friendly from the start. All I had to do was tell them what I wanted to get rid of and then off they went. They finished quickly and even swept up afterwards! I was very impressed. I would definitely use their services again.”—Jane, B. Somerville