Yard Waste Removal – Minneapolis & St. Paul Metro Area
Junk happens can manage your yard waste pickup anywhere in the Minneapolis & St. Paul Metro Area.
Yard projects are hard enough to get through. Let Junk Happens yard waste pickup professionals in St. Paul and Minneapolis manage the heavy lifting removal of the excess yard waste you no longer need. We take things like excess dirt, bushes, concrete you broke up and now have a pile of. We even take old cars that have gathered dust in your yard, ATV’s, motorcycles, snowmobiles, lawnmowers, tillers, grills, and pretty much anything else you might find in your yard.
Have you recently trimmed limbs from your trees or maybe a recent storm left you with unwanted limbs in your yard and now have a pile you don’t know what to do with? We have trucks of all sizes to pick up loads of anything large or small.
Do you have items that have collected on your commercial property? Junk happens will pick up and remove any yard waste at your commercial location. We pick up old machine parts, scrap metal, manufacturing waste, lumber and other construction materials, roofing materials, propane tanks, old equipment, and much more.
If you have something you’re not sure about give us a call or send an email and we’ll tell you if we can remove it for you and give you a quick estimate. We make the removal process easy as our trained professionals will remove anything you have quickly, carefully and efficiently.
We also make a promise that everything we remove is disposed of in the most environmentally sensitive manner. We have made it a company commitment to recycle reuse or convert to energy nearly everything we pick up. You can see our full environmental commitment on our environmental statement page. At Junk Happens you can be assured that your yard waste removal will leave little or no environmental footprint behind.
“Overall, my experience with them went very well. They are very responsive, punctual, and they provide a very reliable service. One advantage of their service is that they recycle or donate items, so they are a ‘green’ company. Also, they are nonjudgmental and willing to remove a wide range of cumbersome items.”
– Carol K.