What To Expect: Junk Removal in Orinda
When you turn to All American Hauling for junk removal, you will find a simple, honest, and professional process. Here is what you can expect.
- To begin, simply call us at (925) 256-0187.
- Next, a junk removal expert will answer your questions, offer a no-obligation estimate, and arrange an appointment that fits your schedule.
- When our team arrives, you simply show us the items that need to go.
- Then we will remove all unwanted items, load them into our trucks, and dispose of them properly.
- In the end, we know you will be glad you called on All American Hauling for junk removal in Orinda!
Ready to start with All American Hauling today? With our years of experience with handling all sorts of junk removal services, you can count on us to finish the job the right way. So don’t hesitate to give us a phone call today. Or, if you’d like to request a free cost estimate online, you can reach out to us using our contact form. Either way, we look forward to working with you! Let’s work towards your junk-free life together.
Junk Removal in Orinda
While Orinda offers the best of the natural and modern world, sometimes life offers you junk instead. So, when you’ve got a problem with that junk, who’re you gonna call? Not the Ghostbusters, of course, but All American Hauling instead. Operating out of Concord, we’re your regional junk removal neighbor, and we have the know-how to do your junk removal in Orinda the right way.
From our 30 years of business in the area, we’ve learned that just because the job isn’t always easy doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be done correctly. In other words, even if your junk proves to be a challenge, we’re here to tackle it! Besides, we’ve handled many forms of junk in the past—just take a look at our services page to see the sorts of things we can haul off your property. Needless to say, it’s a pretty expansive list. If it exists and you want it gone, we can surely take it!
Our Hardworking Team
Have you ever hired a work team onto your property, only to find them making excuses to waste your time? Maybe they spend the whole day hollering at each other about yesterday’s football game. Or, they might even ask for an extraordinary amount of smoke breaks. Then, before you know it, it’s already sunset—and they want to be paid for every hour! With All American Hauling, our team will focus on your junk removal in Orinda with your precious time in mind. When our workers are concentrated, you won’t believe how quickly that junk moves out of your house. Now that’s a team you can trust!
Orinda, one of the many small communities decorating Contra Costa County, is a charming locale that can’t be missed. On its western border, you can find the Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and the Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve, two expressive landmarks that flesh out the city’s beauty. What’s more, the Lafayette Reservoir Recreation Area is located on Orinda’s eastern edge, meaning this town is surrounded with all sorts of natural delights. Looking for the hustle of modern life instead? Then head to the Berkeley Yacht Harbor, located less than fifteen miles away from Orinda. Make no mistake about it—this town of affluent suburbanites has a lot to offer to tourists and residents alike.
Proudly Serving Contra Costa and Alameda Counties
Garbage is a relative term. At my office I see people drink water bottle after water bottle and throw one after another into the trash. I find the lack of respect for our environment downright disturbing. Maybe it’s simply ignorance, but how is it possible that in today’s day and age one can conceivably be so disconnected as to how unnecessary disposable water bottles are becoming, but also the havoc they wreak on the world around them.
I am a resident of Orinda which is a beautiful community here in a relatively unspoiled part of the East Bay. I am also not one to keep my opinions to myself. I have voiced (politely) that my colleagues may find reusable water bottles a refreshing change from constantly throwing their plastic ones into the trash (despite the recycling bin being right next to the garbage can). I’ve also explained to them that the disposable plastics contain PCB’s or Polychlorinated biphenyls which are toxic and cancer causing.
It is almost amusing, were it not so sad, how they shrug off both their concern for recycling (some have explained to me that there are people who pick through the trash looking for the recyclables) while most of the others don’t seem to mind the thought of cancer. Maybe we need to think of water like cigarettes. If we’re consistently sucking back on something full of cancer causing agents, it might be a behavior we want to stop…. but hey, that’s just me.
There are a few who have expressed concern upon hearing this “shocking news” and have noted their need to make such changes. Of course, they don’t.
Of course, let’s not paint this recycling/trash picture to be a complete nightmare. Many of the folks in my office do recycle and I am not the only one who utilizes a recyclable bottle. I have noticed that it tends to be the younger and lower-waged employees who tend not to be so wasteful. I think, not only are they being raised with the importance of a green earth and recycling as a priority, but also their lower incomes help them appreciate making the most of what they have and not being so wasteful.
Recently Orinda and Moraga have enrolled in Recyclebank. I am a member, and I would encourage everybody to join. This great service helps motivate people to recycle through rewards and benefits our local schools. C’mon people. Let’s keep Orinda trash free. Recycle.