Antiques – The ultimate in reusable, restorable and repurposed items! We’re looking for Mid-century modern, MCM, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts Movement, Baroque, Bauhus, Biedermier, Danish Modern Movement, De Stijl, Deutscher Werkbund, Eclecticism, Empire style, French Country, Functionalism, Futurism, Gothic , High-Tech, Industrial, Jugendstil, Kitsch, Minimal, Modern Movement, Neoclassicism, Neo-Functionalism, Neo-Liberty, Neomodernism, Novecento, Op Art, Pop, Purism, Pre-Raphaelites, Rationalism, Retro, Rococo, Secession, Space-age, Streamform, Streamlining, Swedish Modern, Victorian, Vienna Secession, and Vintage. We take scratch and dent, salvaged, foreclosure cleanouts, estate cleanouts, in need of restoration or reupholstery.
Appliances – refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dishwashers, microwaves, heat pumps, ovens, ranges, washing machines, clothes dryers, water heaters, dehumidifiers, roaster ovens, toasters, and more!
Bedding – sheets, pillow cases, blankets, converters, duvets, mattress covers
Bicycles – vintage, modern, antique, bicycles parts, handlebars, horns, bicycle baskets, saddle bags
Books – hard cover, paperback, vintage, antique, encyclopedias, journals
Box springs – mattress foundations and box springs, twin bed, full bed, double bed, queen bed, king bed and daybed
Bric-à-brac – According to Wikipedia, bric-à-brac is described as “lesser objects d’art forming collections of curios, such as elaborately decorated teacups and small vases, compositions of feathers or wax flowers under glass domes, decorated eggshells, porcelain figurines, painted miniatures or photographs in stand-up frames, and so on.
In middle-class homes bric-à-brac was used as ornament on mantelpieces, cluttered tables, and shelves, or was displayed in curio cabinets: sometimes these cabinets have glass doors to display the items within while protecting them from dust. “Bric-à-brac” nowadays refers to a selection of items of modest value, often sold in street markets.”
Brick – veneer brick, thin brick, building brick, common brick, firebrick, glazed brick, patio brick and brick tile
Brush – shrubs, bushes, wild grass and weeds
Building supplies – Heavy timbers, log homes, timber framings, posts and beams, engineered wood, dimensional lumber, studs, joists, rafters, treated lumber, wood decking, sheathing, subflooring, paneling, plywood, shiplap, tongue and groove wood, para-lam, glue-lam, architectural woodwork, veneer, plastic laminate, wood panel, case-building products, millwork, bookcases, cabinets, ornamental woodwork, trim, molding, moulding, chair rails, baseboards, casing, windows, window casements, double-hung windows, bay windows, and skylights
Cardboard – paperboard, corrugated fiberboard and others
Clothes – vintage, modern clothing, gothic clothing, Halloween costumes, wedding dresses, hippie clothes, futuristic clothing, 50s clothing, high-end clothing, designer clothing and more
Computer monitors – LCD monitors, IPS monitors, VA monitors and TN monitors
Computers – laptop computers, desktop computers. Mac computers, Apple computers, HP computers, Dell computers, Acer computers and other brand and generic name computers. We also take computer parts, computer components, computer accessories, computer monitors, computer cords and other computer-related stuff.
Concrete – standard concrete, architectural concrete, designer concrete and specialty concrete. Concrete blocks of any size and shape can often be reused, repurposed and/or recycled.
Construction cleanout – We sort, remove, haul, dispose, reuse, restore, repurpose and recycle as many elements and material from your construction site as we can. This includes hazardous waste and hazardous materials.
Cubicles – office cubicles, office cubes, workstations, partitions
Debris – trees, tree stumps, tree branches, tree trunks, and other
leafy material, damaged components of buildings and structures, such as lumber and wood, gypsum wallboard, glass, metal, roofing material, tile, carpeting and floor coverings, window coverings, pipe, concrete, fully cured asphalt, equipment, furnishings, and fixtures, paints, stains, varnishes, solvents, pesticides, soil, mud, sand, and more
Dehumidifiers – Desiccant models and Mechanical models
Desks – antique, vintage, art deco, traditional, modern, high-tech, industrial, metal desks, wood desks, school desks, computer desks, office desks, credenzas, bookcases and more.
Dryers – front loading dryers, top loading dryers, standard dryers, industrial dryers, fluidized bed dryers, rotary dryers, rolling bed dryers, pharmaceutical dryers, suspension/paste dryers, and dispersion dryers.
Electronics – computers, monitors, printers, fax machines, all-in-one machines, stereos, CD players, boom boxes, VCRs, DVD players, DVRs, TVs, radios, reel-to-reels, cassette players, eight track players, digital clocks, MP3 players, record players, zip drives, answering machines, gaming systems, Atari, Nintendo, transcription machines, audio recorders, neon signs, speakers, phones, modems, scanners, and more.
Electronic waste – Electronic waste (e-waste) refers to electronics that contain hazardous materials, such as cathode ray tubes. Examples of e-waste include computer monitors and televisions. Typically, these products contain minerals and chemicals that require specific disposal methods.
E-waste – Electronic waste (e-waste) refers to electronics that contain hazardous materials, such as cathode ray tubes. Examples of e-waste include computer monitors and televisions. Typically, these products contain minerals and chemicals that require specific disposal methods.
Estate clean-outs – Junk recyclers will sort, haul, reuse, restore, repurpose and recycle most everything from an estate cleanout. This includes furniture, household items, antiques, appliances, debris, hazardous waste and hazardous materials, electronic waste (e-Waste), electronics, clothing, bedding, linens, bric-à-brac, collectibles and more.
Fax machines – plain paper fax machines, thermal paper fax machines, and multi-function fax machines
Foreclosures – the process of taking possession of a mortgaged property as a result of the mortgagor’s failure to keep up mortgage payments. We can clean out, sort, haul away, reuse, restore, repurpose and recycle many of the items left in a foreclosure situation. This includes furniture, household items, antiques, appliances, debris, hazardous waste and hazardous materials, electronic waste (e-Waste), electronics, clothing, bedding, linens, bric-à-brac, collectibles and more.
Freezers – refrigerator freezers, chest freezers, upright freezers, specialty freezers, mini freezers, college dorm freezers, industrial freezers
Furniture – antique, modern, vintage, shabby chic, industrial furniture, office furniture, wood furniture, metal furniture, plastic furniture, wicker furniture, children’s furniture, high-tech furniture, futuristic furniture, patio furniture, parlor furniture and more.
Garage items – paints, stains, varnishes, solvents, pesticides, garden tools, lawnmowers, tires, holiday decorations, exercise equipment, tools, hardware, and more
Garbage – trash, rubbish, refuse, waste, litter, junk, scrap and more
Garden items – lawnmowers, string trimmers, rototiller, edgers, weed whackers, turfing irons, half moon cutters, rakes, brooms, switchers, tools, chemicals, pesticides and more.
Gravel –recycles gravel, crushed concrete, crushed asphalt, limestone, dolomite, slag, road gravel
Hazardous materials – paints, stains, varnishes, solvents, pesticides
Hazardous waste – paints, stains, varnishes, solvents, pesticides
Homegoods – found in living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, family rooms, great rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, rooms, hallways, attics, and basements. Items include but are not limited to air conditioners, baby items, baking dishes, beds/bed frames, blankets, bedding, linens, towels, blenders, mixers, bookcases, books, bureaus, dressers, wardrobes, cabinets, can openers, chairs, clothes dryers, coffee makers, computers, cooking utensils, couches, sofas, loveseats, sectionals, sofa beds, curtains, curtain rods, drapes, decorative items, desks, dishes, dishwashers, entertainment centers, fans, freezers, (drinking) glasses, tools, hutches, irons and ironing boards, lamps, lawn chairs, (table) linens, love seats, mattresses, (home) equipment, microwave, mirrors, pillows, pots and pans, refrigerators, rugs, sewing machines and notions, silverware (flatware), sheets, sofas, sectionals, sofa beds/futons, space heaters, stereos and radios, tables toasters and toaster ovens, tools, towels, toys, televisions, vacuum cleaners, robotics, and washer/dryers.
Hot tubs – portable hot tubs, permanent hot tubs, soft hot tubs, spas, inflatable hot tubs
Junk – old or discarded articles that are considered useless or of little value. Rubbish, clutter, odds and ends, furniture, appliances, electronics, old iron, glass, paper, or other waste that may be used again in some form, trash
Lawn equipment – lawnmowers, string trimmers, edgers, weed whackers, rototiller, turfing irons, half moon cutters, rakes, switchers, tools
Leaves – simple leaves, compound leaves, sessile leaves, petiolated leaves, lobed leaves, entire leaves, sinuated leaves, dentate leaves and more
Linens – bedding, sheets, blankets, mattress covers, duvets, comforters, quilts, pillow cases, decorative pillows