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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Got Junk? Junk Xpress Wants It

Posted on Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 12:33 PM

Halifax-based Junk Xpress wants to help you get rid of household excess, including renovation debris, E-Waste, appliances, general clutter and old paint. All of these items are brought to the appropriate designated depot. Launched in town in March, Junk Xpressrecently started operating out of Moncton as well this past May.

"We use the largest trucks in the industry – 16 foot cube vans," says Tim Vassallo, business development manager. "We offer the best pricing in HRM and use the most environmentally sound disposal practices. We donate any household items that are in good shape to local charitable organizations such as Parker Street Furniture Bank and reusable building supplies to Habitat for Humanity Re-Store."

Junk Xpress is a division of Clean-it 1st, a construction waste management company that serves the local home building industry. With a need for a professional local junk removal company to service the residential market, Junk Xpress opted to offer the general public the same level of service that home builders have come to expect and appreciate.

"Same day service is available. We leave it up to our customers' schedule, so whatever is appropriate for them," says Vassallo. "The customer calls, we set up a free on-site quote and then we load the debris the customer would like removed. We offer payments by Visa and MasterCard, or cash at the door. For further information contact Junk Xpress at 237-7666 or www.junkxpress.ca

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