Atlanta Georgia Junk Removal

Trusted Around the Community

Since Junkster is a local business, we have a vested interest in keeping our community nice and our customers happy. We get the majority or our work through past customers and referrals. We depend on keeping them all happy with our work and that means we will do the same for you.

Getting Rid of Junk Can be a Huge Hassle

Everybody seems to have a colleciton of stuff they dont really want but are unsure what to do with. Some things are donateable, others are environmentally hazardous, and still more are just too big to fit into your vehicle. Let Junkster junk removal help you out. Our crew does all the lifting, all the hauling, and all the disposal making the task of junk removal a pleasant experience.

Easy Service

Junk removal doesnt have to be a hassle. Our professional knowledgeable crew has what it takes to have you operating at full efficiency fast and safely. All you have to do is book us online or give us a call and we will show up at your convenience. You just point and we remove, your burden unburdened.

We Recycle

Sometimes the only thing standing between you and less clutter is deciding what to do with your stuff. Junkster will do what it can to make sure your old things go to the best use possible. Furniture, mattresses and many other items are all great for donations and many other items are promised to artisans and artists for all kinds of projects. After that we recycle what we can. On average Junster takes less than 30% of each load to the dump.

About Atlanta

Atlanta is a city in the southeast state of Georgia known as the economic hub of the southeast having the 8th largest economy in the US. Metropolitan Atlanta boasts 5.7 million residents making it the 9th largest city in the US and one of the most diverse cities in the country with a larger than average racial split. Atlanta started as transportation hub at the intersection of 2 rail lines built to connnect Savannah with the Midwest: the Western and Atlantic Railroad. The first town that was founded at the intersection was named Terminus and later that was changed to Atlantic-Pacifica and finally shortened to Atlanta. In 1868, due to the strategic location and burgeoning population, the state capital was moved from Milledgville to Atlanta and the city has been the capital ever since.