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How To Determine The Demolition Cost

The cost per square foot to build a house in Toronto starts at about $150 per square foot to $250 per square foot. To put that in perspective, a 1,500 square foot home would range from $225,000 to $375,000 to build. Demolition costs, on the other hand, are way cheaper, especially if you call Junk Out to assist you with your house demolition. Demolition Costs Vary But Junk Out Prices Are Reasonable There is no definitive cost to demolish a structure, whether you’re doing a bathroom demolition or another part of the home. There are many variables that can affect the cost of your interior demolition Toronto.…

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How to Lose the Junk and Get Organized

How’s the feng shui in your home or apartment? Feng shui, of course, is a system of laws in Chinese philosophy that govern the spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to the flow of energy. It is often taken into account when designing buildings; how spaces are designed and filled could have favourable or unfavourable effects on your peace of mind. Chances are, a space cluttered with junk is going to negatively affect your feng shui, and no one wants that. Save your mind! Call Junk Out for junk pick up. A Cluttered Environment Causes a Cluttered Mind Forget what those clever memes try and sell you.…

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Stop Stressing about Junk Haulers in Toronto, Rent a Bin with Junk Out

What is space? To some, it’s an endless void of nothingness that fuels fantasies of alien worlds. To people living in the GTA, space is a luxury that often disappears once they’ve acquired too much stuff. When stuff crosses the line to become unwanted junk, people often stress about having to get rid of it. You’ve really only got three options when it comes to junk hauling Toronto. D.I.Y. And Stop Stressing about Hauling Junk Your first option is the least tolerable; get motivated and haul it all to the dump yourself. That’s a full day commitment with some logistical implications if your only vehicle is a…

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How Construction and Demolition Knowledge Helps In Junk Removal

The process of building a scale-size model car can be time-consuming. It takes meticulous attention to detail to ensure all the intricate pieces are put together properly. Now, taking that model apart without having any knowledge of the linear steps required to put it together would be difficult. The same is true with house demolition. Our team at Junk Out often gets contracted to complete house demolition along with our junk removal services. The reason why we’re so good at demolition is that we have a very good understanding of construction; the two are part of the same coin. Tradespeople are well aware that the construction process…

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How to Gauge the Bin Size for your Junk

Ever wonder how officials can look at the sea of humanity attending an event like the Toronto Raptors championship parade and provide an accurate guesstimate of the number of people attending? Our championship team of junk removal experts at Junk Out has a similar skill. We employ people who can look at a big, unwieldy pile of junk and make an accurate determination of the size of your required garbage bin rental. How can you become a semi-qualified expert at estimating the size of the dump bin rental you require? If you’ve ever played Tetris or held a job packing groceries, you’re probably way ahead of the…

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What is considered as Non-Hazardous Industrial Waste Materials?

There are three main types of consumer goods: durable goods, nondurable goods, and services. Consumer goods – often called final goods – are the end result of production and manufacturing and are the types of products a consumer will see on the store shelf. A durable good is one that is meant to last – for example, a brick might be considered a durable good because it should hypothetically never wear out. As for services, that’s what our team at Junk Out provides when you’re ready to toss your unwanted, damaged or worn-out consumer goods, durable goods and non-hazardous industrial waste materials into the rental bin: junk…

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Differences between commercial, residential and industrial junk removal

No matter how environmentally friendly you are in the way your life your life, how green your business is in its practices, or how many recycled materials you use in your industrial construction, the simple fact is this: somewhere in the future there’s going to be a time when you need to get rid of some junk. If that weren’t true, there’d be no need for us to be working at Junk Out. However, getting rid of junk is not always as easy as leaving it for Toronto garbage pick-up. At Junk Out, we rent a lot of our bins to garbage collection Toronto clients looking to…

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Why You Should Recycle and Donate First, Before Calling Us

At our current rate of consumption, life on earth is unsustainable. It’s a fact. Sadly, the amount we consume dwarfs in comparison to what we throw away. Recent studies indicate that Canadians produce more garbage per capita than any other country on earth – nearly 2.7 kilograms per person per day. In Toronto, even with a 60 percent diversion through green bins and recycling, city residents toss out a collective average of 2,200 metric tonnes per day. It’s why we at Junk Out are firm believers in recycling, even though our business is junk removal  in Toronto. When you’re looking for convenient, affordable junk removal services, we…

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