I'll Take That Junk | Dumpster Rentals & Junk Removal
"EASY, NO WEIGHT LIMIT DUMPSTER" IN MASSACHUSETTS
I'll Take That Junk is one of the largest, most professional dumpster rental companies in Worcester, Massachusetts providing 10 Yard Dumpster Rentals, 15 Yard Dumpster Rentals, 20 Yard Dumpster Rentals as well as Curbside Junk Removal, Basement Clean-out Service, Garage Clean-out & Junk Removal, Appliance Removal (Washer/Dryer Pick-up & Removal, Microwaves, Dishwashers, Refrigerator Removal, Stove/Oven Removal, etc. ), Landlord/Tenant Apartment Clean-Outs & Trash Removal, Furniture Removal (Couch Removal, Arm Chairs, Love Seat Removal, Tables & Chairs, Hutches, Bureaus, Bed/Mattress Removal, etc.) As well as Construction Site Cleanup and Debris Removal in Worcester County, Massachusetts.
I'll Take That Junk, a family-owned and operated business, is led by Tom Hammond and Josh Kleiner. Both are long-time business partners who have a shared goal to become the largest, most respected waste management company in Massachusetts. With over 10 Years of Experience, I'll Take That Junk is uniquely qualified to offer the most competitive rates for the highest quality, aesthetically appealing dumpster/roll-off container rentals and rubbish removal services in Worcester, Massachusetts (MA): Leominster MA, Fitchburg, Gardner, Southbridge, Webster MA, Auburn MA, Oxford, Charlton, Shrewsbury MA, Grafton, Millbury MA, Westborough MA, Northborough, Southborough MA, Hopkinton, Marlborough MA, Holden MA, Paxton, Leicester, Rutland, Spencer MA, Barre MA, Gardner MA, Milford and many other cities and towns in Central Massachusetts.
10 Yard Dumpster Rental = $425 For 7 Day Rental Period
Rent a 15 Yard Dumpster for $525 per 7-Day Rental
20 Yard Dumpster Rental = $625 For 7 Day Rental Period
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(508) 801-1640 Call or Text Tom Hammond
Call or text Josh Kleiner at (774) 239 4788
WORCESTER'S #1 DUMPSTER RENTAL COMPANY SERVING ALL OF WORCESTER COUNTY & MIDDLESEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS
Worcester ( (listen) WUUS-tər, locally [ˈwɪstə]) is the second largest city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the 114th most-populous city in the United States. Named after Worcester, England, the city's population was 206,518 at the 2020 census, also making it the second-most populous city in New England after Boston. Worcester is approximately 40 miles (64 km) west of Boston, 50 miles (80 km) east of Springfield and 40 miles (64 km) north-northwest of Providence. Due to its location near the geographic center of Massachusetts, Worcester is known as the "Heart of the Commonwealth"; a heart is the official symbol of the city. Worcester is the historical seat of Worcester County in central Massachusetts.