In an effort to flatten the curve, Junk Out is modifying our services effective March 19 to zero-contact bin rental and junk removal services.

If your junk needs can wait, we look forward to working with you when the pandemic has subsided.

Please, do not risk our front-line workers or your own health.

Wishing you and your family the best health during this difficult time.

Team Junk Out

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Dealing with Demolition Debris

From professional contractors to DIY-ers, the pandemic has meant a boom in home renovations. People isolating in their residential properties have had more time to finally start those small demolition projects that have been on the back burner for a while. Before you can sit back and appreciate your work, however, you have to have a plan in place to deal with debris from your house demolition. Don’t Be Afraid to Have Someone Else Handle Your Junk There’s enough stress involved in planning your kitchen demolition or your basement demolition without having to worry about all the details involved in properly disposing of your demolition debris. The…

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Cleaning Up After a Demolition Project

We’ve all seen images of a controlled demolition, when a huge structure is carefully imploded into a neat pile of rubble. Unfortunately, not all demolitions are so clean and precise. For most of us inspired to complete home renovations, cleaning up the mess created is one of the least enjoyable parts of the job, whether it’s a bathroom demolition or kitchen demolition. Five Steps to Cleaning Up a House Demolition Project It doesn’t matter if it’s a room or an entire structure, demolition projects create a lot of waste. Depending on how old the structure is, it could also release a lot of hazardous materials like old…

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Remember to Rent a Bin When Doing Interior Demolition

A lot of people are spending a lot of time indoors these days, and for good reason – but they’re also being productive. A pandemic presents a great opportunity for interior renovation projects, whether for residential or commercial properties. Everywhere you look, walls are coming down, new walls are going up (along with the price of wood!). Whenever there’s a demolition project, a good idea is to pre-book your dumpster bin, the best way to ensure a safe workplace for your demolition Toronto. Planning your Demolition Interior demolition Toronto projects are on the rise as people work from home and property owners decide to renovate rather than…

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What to do with Demolition Waste

Death and taxes are two unavoidable realities of life. The fact your demolition project is going to generate waste is another truth. As hard as you try to turn your demolition green by recycling as much waste material as you can, the fact is demolitions generate waste – that’s what “demolishing” something is all about. The question is, what’s the best way to handle the waste being generated during a house demolition. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT – WHAT’S THE BEST PLAN FOR DEMOLITION WASTE No matter what kind of demolition project you’re undertaking – whether it’s a small bathroom demolition or an entire house demolition – you…

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Keep Life Simple by Using Professional Demolition Services

There’s a name for a well-organized, perfectly planned and safely executed removal of walls, ceilings, rooms, garages, basements or the entire structure of a building. It’s called a demolition. On the other hand, a poorly planned and improperly executed demolition has a name of its own: accident waiting to happen! As COVID-19 lockdowns have more people thinking about renovating, the first thing you should do before tackling the job yourself is to research professional demolition services to determine demolition costs. Safety Is Key to a Proper Demolition The cost of getting injured trying to complete a demolition project when you’re an amateur DIY’er is always too high.…

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What You Need to Know Before Demolishing Your Garage

Thanks to your Covid isolation, you’ve completed every single renovation you’ve ever wanted to finish on the interior of your home. And since you’re the DIY type with nowhere to go, you’re thinking it’s time for one last major renovation – your garage. That may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few suggestions from JUNK OUT before you begin your garage demolition. Beginning Your Garage Demolition Any house demolition project has to begin with the proper paperwork. Securing permits now saves you a lot of hassle later. Yes, they cost money and, yes, you’ll wind up dealing with a building inspector, but…

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Make Your Demolition Worry Free with a Bin Rental

If there’s an upside to long periods of isolation in your home, it’s that you’re probably completing a lot of the projects you’ve always wanted to do. Home renovations are way up during the pandemic, as people undertake DIY projects to pass the time. One of the best ways to make the jobs safer and less messy is to rent a junk bin, the perfect ally for everything from simple room renos to a full size kitchen demolition. A Clean Work Space Is a Worry Free Work Space Let’s say you’ve decided to tear down a wall in your home to open up a room. Start by…

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Demolition Projects and Canadian Winters

The Canadian Winter can be many things: beautiful, cold, and slightly longer than many of us might like. But is it a good time to do demolition projects on your house? Well, depending on what you’re looking to do, it just might be! Something immediately to your advantage is that contractors generally find themselves less busy in the winters. What that can mean for your demolition project is a potentially quicker process, as your contractor won’t be as bogged down with other projects. You can also often get a better price on materials and demolition services during the winter due to lower demand. Therefore, scheduling your demolition…

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