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Owner-operated 1-877-5-DUMP-IT has been Doing Business in Boston and Surrounding Areas for more than 10 Years, Specializing in Junk Removal

BOSTON, Jan. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Boston disposal service began serving the area in 2002, and crews have hauled tons of junk for residential and commercial customers in the area since then.

Getting rid of trash or other unwanted items can sometimes be a problem, especially if it has been accumulating for a while, but trash removal does not have to be difficult. Some people think that a dumpster is the only solution for disposing of large items. However, renting a dumpster makes a yard look unsightly until the company removes the bin from the premises, and the price is the same regardless of the amount of trash thrown away. In addition, the property owner must load the dumpster. However, junk removal in Boston and its vicinity can be as simple as calling 1-877-5-DUMP-IT. DUMPIT will not leave trucks in customers' yards or ask clients to carry junk out of their houses and sheds or load the trucks. After calling to make appointments, the only thing customers need to do is show the crews what to haul away. The company takes care of all the other details.

1-877-5-DUMP-IT sends two strong, competent workers with a sturdy, 15-cubic-yard truck to each junk removal site. The trucks' steel boxes are twelve feet long, eight feet wide and five feet high. The crews bring the necessary tools to complete each task thoroughly and efficiently, and they can also make arrangements for bobcat services if jobs involve demolition of structures like garages, sheds, decks, pools or concrete.

The Boston disposal service will remove almost anything unwanted if two people can lift it. People in the 1-877-5-DUMP-IT service area can call the company for disposal of old appliances, furniture, electronic equipment, computers, televisions, construction debris, yard waste and other clutter. However, disposal of most hazardous materials requires special vehicles and EPA permits. Therefore, the company does not haul items like batteries, paint and compact fluorescent lamps.

The owners and employees of 1-877-5-DUMP-IT are passionate about protecting the environment and endeavor to dump as little as possible in landfills. Their concern is not only about reducing the amount of waste in landfills, but also about possible contamination caused by the toxins found in items like old computer monitors and television sets. After years of exposure to the elements, those machines may release toxins that can harm nearby water sources and endanger neighborhoods in their vicinities. Consequently, DUMPIT crews recycle everything they can to help save the environment and to give unwanted items a chance to be of service to others who may be able to use them.

Junk removal in Boston and surrounding areas can be a simple matter for those who call 1-877-5-DUMP-IT. Some landlords occasionally discover that tenants move out of their properties but leave much of their junk behind. DUMPIT can come to the rescue with junk removal services and get the houses or apartments cleaned out quickly so owners will not have lengthy vacancies. Cleaning up estates, bank-owned properties and foreclosed homes can be much faster and efficient when the DUMPIT crews handle the disposal of trash and other unwanted items.

The licensed and insured Boston disposal service, 1-877-5-DUMP-IT, has trained, experienced employees who know how to carefully remove unwanted items and trash from homes and other buildings without damaging their surroundings or any other items in the area. They will skillfully clean out basements, attics, closets, garages, sheds or other places where clutter accumulates.

Many people who need help with junk removal in the Boston area call 1-877-5-DUMP-IT to help them get rid of the extra clutter in their homes or businesses. After removal of the clutter, some customers who thought their homes or businesses were too small found that their existing space was more than adequate, and others discovered that they could park their vehicles in their garages again.

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