Junk Recycling in Indianapolis

Junk Recycling in Indianapolis

5 August 2014

Junk Recycling in Indianapolis

What do you do when you have a large pile of unwanted items, sometimes referred to as junk, but you don’t want to see those items end up in the landfill or in some dump? Not to mention, what are your options when the pile has become large and overwhelming? Fortunately, the solution is simple and affordable. Fire Dawgs Junk Removal can provide junk recycling in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas. Not only will we come in and remove the unwanted items and perform all the heavy lifting, but we will also haul away all the items making our first stops charitable donation centers and recycling centers.

Junk Recycling in Indianapolis
Junk Recycling in Indianapolis

At Fire Dawgs Junk Removal, we are able to recycle, reuse or donate 50-60% of the items that we remove. We accomplish this by working with a variety of charitable organizations. If we are able to donate some of your unwanted items, then we will send you the tax deductible receipt when we finish. This is important because it answers the question of what can you do with items that you don’t want to see go to the landfill. In our process, we put these items in the hands of people that can give them a second life.

Furthermore, our screened, uniformed and professional employees can take care of all the dirty, hard work that may be associated with removing the pile of clutter. We offer firm, free and no obligation quotes before we ever perform the work which is convenient and no hassle for our customers. Once we agree on price, we perform all the heavy lifting and removal of the items. We also sweep up in the areas where we were working and will shake hands when we finish. After that we haul the items to the appropriate destinations, making the disposal facility our last stop. All those efforts are included in the price.

Call 317-291-DAWG or email [email protected] for junk recycling in Indianapolis. For more information on recycling in Indianapolis, visit Keep Indianapolis Beautiful.