Norfolk Storage Unit Cleanouts
Norfolk storage unit cleanouts and full-range junk removal services in Virginia for Suffolk, Norfolk, Franklin, Smithfield, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Carrollton, and Portsmouth. In North Carolina, serving Moyock, Elizabeth City, Edenton, Ahoskie, Currituck, Camden, and all of Gates County. If your city is not listed, Please give us a call to see if we can service your area 757.702.5865
Need to get your storage unit cleaned out fast but dont have the time or energy? Norfolk storage unit cleanouts in Norfolk, VA
Storage units can be a costly monthly expense. Many people hold unwanted items in storage because they aren't sure whether trashing these items is a good idea or not. In reality, we find that most people with full storage units don't even want the junk items in the first place. Whether its old, dated furniture they figured maybe they should hold on to. Or boxes of useless items just taking up space.
Time to clear out the clutter and cancel that expensive monthly bill you would rather do without. Junk Herder Cleanouts specializes in Norfolk storage unit cleanouts handling Norfolk, VA and surrounding areas stretching through Northeast NC and Southeast VA. We have the staff, experience, and muscle to get rid of your old, unwanted items in storage fast. Stop throwing your money away on storage unit costs, and let us handle the heavy lifting for you, along with the hassle of disposing of these items.
Some of the items we take
- Sofa Beds
- Dining Tables
- Filing Cabinets
- China Cabinets
- Basketball Nets
- Workout Equipment
Text-based junk removal quote
To get a quick junk removal quote, follow these easy steps.
1st Step: Take a few pictures of what you want to go
2nd Step: Text the images to 757-702-5865 with your contact information
3rd Step: We will send you an estimate based on what we see.
We are committed to the safety of our customers, staff, and the community. Zero Contact Hauling is our curbside (or driveway, yard, garage) junk removal service designed to help stop the spread of COVID-19. All staff wear masks, gloves, and other personal protective equipment and practice social distancing to keep everyone safe.