You have options when it comes to junk removal: you could rent a truck, look up disposal sites and ask a friend for help or you could rent a dumpster, clear a space for it and still ask a friend for help or you could give Junkster
a call. We handle the process from start to finish, you dont even have to lift a single finger and your junk disappears.
Your Feel Great by Getting Rid of Clutter
A clean space is a great for helping to focus on other important tasks. Junkster junk removal can help you achieve a simple clutter free home or office.
We are Trusted Around the Community
We like to think our website is an excellant source for finding new work but really most of our hobs comes from the references of past customers. Residents know us and trust us. If you want to contact some of them before making
your final decision to book us we will be happy to provide a few references. Just let us know.
The attachments you hold to your things are often the biggest thing holding you back from clearing out your clutter. We can take those things away and often breathe new life into them whether that means helping the disadvantaged
through donations or even as material for building something new like a stack of antique doors that ended up becoming three nice desks. Let Junkster help get your things to their new homes and out of yours.
Buckhead serves as the affluent northernmost district of Atlanta. The city traces its origins to 1838 when a businessman, Jack Irby, bought the area and opened a tavern and general store.
Originally named Irbyville after the purchaser, Buckhead eventually settled on its current name when residents began to reference it by the bucks head that had been mounted in a prominent
location by Irby. Buckhead served as a popular retreat for wealthy Atlantans for a long time during the 1800s and later one saw its own rise when estates and large homes began to be built
their. Eventually this led to Buckhead becoming one of the wealthiest area codes in the country and the wealthiest west of California and south of DC.