Do you wish there was a reliable estate clean out service in Burlington County, NJ?
Well now, there is! At Junk Rats, we understand how hard the process can be to clean out space such as a garage, shed, or even a loved one’s estate. Our professional crews have over twenty years of experience providing junk removal services Burlington County, NJ families and business owners with clean out services and we’re proud to provide solutions that go beyond most junk removal service companies.
For estate clean out needs or other junk removal services such as rubbish removal, clutter clean out, junk pick up, trash pickup, or garbage disposal, we work hard to give you the best. Here’s what you can expect with Junk Rats.
– We’ll come to your location in Burlington County, NJ.
– We’ll bring our crew and our trucks.
– We’ll get to work and we’ll stay until the job is done!
No matter how long your clean up job takes, we’ll make sure we get it done. We won’t charge you for labor or time, either!
Do you have items you’d like to donate?
Well, you can with Junk Rats and our junk removal services! We treat appliances, furniture, and items that are gently used with care as we load them up. We then take them to a local donation center for families in need.
We also take anything that can be recycled to our dedicated recycling center. Only after we donate and recycle will we take what’s left to the landfill. This is how Junk Rats helps Burlington County, NJ, and our world, clean and green.
Call Junk Rats today for your free quote for our five-star junk removal services in NJ. We are a family-owned-owned company and we’re dedicated to helping our neighbors – you!
Burlington County is located east of the Delaware River and is part of the Philadelphia-Camden-Vineland, PA-NJ-DE-MD Combined Statistical Area, also known as the Delaware Valley. However, the county stretches across the state, and its southeast corner reaches tidal estuaries leading to southern New Jersey’s Great Bay, which separates the county from the Atlantic Ocean.
Burlington County was also the seat of government for the Province of West Jersey until its amalgamation with East Jersey in 1702, forming the Province of New Jersey. The county was much larger and was partitioned to form additional counties as the population increased. In 1714 one partition to the north became Hunterdon County, which itself was later partitioned to form three additional counties. The county seat had been in Burlington but, as the population increased in the interior, away from the Delaware River.