Junk King prides itself on transparent and fair pricing—and it has every reason to.
Unlike other junk removal companies, Junk King breaks down its rates based on the size of your load. Because of this, you can budget around concrete numbers—instead of ballpark estimates that could be inaccurate.
Plus, Junk King doesn’t make you pay for the space in the dumpster you didn’t use. We’ll dive into that in a minute, but let’s talk figures so you can see what this means for you.
Cost of a MINI dumpster (charged by volume):
- Minimum amount (for example, if you have only three or four items): $99
- MINI filled halfway: $178–$275
- MINI filled to the brim: $275
Also, Junk King offers three-, five-, and seven-day pricing for the MINI dumpster rental so you can work on your timetable.
For full-service hauls, Junk King’s prices are just as transparent.
Of all the junk removal services, Junk King offers the most options for getting a quote. While it’s standard to offer two different options—DIY or on-site—Junk King offers a whopping four, so you can find one tailored to your needs and schedule.
- On-site estimates
On-site estimates are the best and most accurate way to get a quote since Junk King’s reps will be able to see everything in sight. Most of the time, Junk King can start the job the same day.
- Online estimate
Online quotes give you ballpark costs when you select specific items or enter a total volume estimate on Junk King’s website. This option is great if you have a small- to medium-sized load, but if your inventory gets any bigger, Junk King will have you do an on-site estimate instead.
- Calling a representative
If your load has four or fewer items, a Junk King rep can give you an over-the-phone estimate (which can always be adjusted once the crew is on site).
- Texting Junk King a photo
With this option, you can literally text Junk King a picture of something you need removed and someone will ping you back an estimate. Again, this isn’t going to be as foolproof as an on-site estimate, but if you have only a few items, it can save you some time.
Whether or not a service requires an extra fee all depends on a few things like how many laborers your job requires, specific equipment needed, and where you live.
For instance, there’s no fee to dispose of a TV in Utah, but that might not be the case in, say, Oregon. Junk King will be able to give you more information specific to your location—so be sure to ask about this.
Here are instances that warrant an extra fee:
- Loads over 2,000 lbs.
- Overflow of items in dumpster
- Bedload more than four cubic yards
- Dumpster rental extended past three days ($30 per additional day)
- Special disposal services such as mattresses