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

For more details, please or call (416)253-7533.

Disposing of Construction Waste

Death and taxes may be two of life’s certainties, but there’s one more that tradespeople will willingly confirm: you’re going to generate waste and debris no matter whether you’re planning a small-scale or large-scale construction project. There are always residual materials left over; things like extra bricks or excess concrete, pieces of cut two-by-four, electrical wire clippings, small pieces of plumbing pipe, drywall pieces, and so on. It’s the reason why tradespeople who like a clean job site always arrange a junk bin rental. Keep the Job Site Clean with a Construction Bin Rental Let’s consider the process that goes into building a typical detached home. Once…

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How to get started finding a demolition contractor

Not everyone has the desire or capability of handling major construction and renovation projects. Sometimes, you have to rely on professional contractors to do these types of jobs on your property. Unfortunately, not all contractors are created equal, so it’s important to conduct your due diligence when looking for a contractor to handle your house demolition. Steps to Take Before Hiring a Contractor Whether you’re planning a house demolition, garage demolition, or maybe a small scale basement demolition and reno, you need to find the right contractor. Everyone has heard the nightmare stories about hiring the wrong contractor. Here are steps to take to avoid becoming victim…

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Options for Removing Interior Demolition Debris

The spiraling cost of buying a new home has many people considering interior demolition and renovation of their current property. Demolitions can be a challenging undertaking given the expertise required to safely execute such a major property overhaul. One of the most important things to consider is the method you’ll use to handle removal of waste materials generated during your demolition in Toronto project.  Options for removing debris from your renovation There are many different ways to clear debris from your house demolition, each with their own costs and advantages. These include the following: Hire a professional company like Junk Out for your non-structural demolition and debris…

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How to Reduce Air Pollution During Demolition of a House

There’s nothing like a good demolition to release the aggression. Then again, knocking down walls and ceilings, ripping up flooring, and breaking up concrete also releases a lot of pollution into the air. From toxic crystalline silica found in cement to age-old asbestos and other outdated insulation, demos and Renos can take your breath away – literally. Take it from the demolition specialists at Junk Out; there’s steps you need to take to protect yourself from airborne pollutants during any house demolition. Three Things You Can Do to Reduce Airborne Pollution During a Demo You’d think there would be a lot less hassle involved in demolishing something.…

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