We're Junk Yard Boys, a full-service disposal company based out of Vancouver BC, Canada. Not only can we haul your junk away, we can make it for you as well. In addition to bin rentals and refuse removal, we also offer demolition and excavation and large load delivery service. Check out the "Our Services" section for more details.
Yes, we are fully licensed and insured.
We'll take almost everything including construction and renovation debris, yard waste, appliances, electronics, office junk, old bikes, un-used car parts, old hubcaps, jet-skis, and failed time-machines. Pretty much anything except Hazardous Materials (medical waste, toxic waste, radioactive material etc).
Yes! All the trash that we remove is sorted and anything that can be recycled is. All other materials are disposed of safely according to local regulations and laws.
Why yes, we'd be happy to. Special pricing does apply however to dispose of it safely. Just let us know how much you got and we'll be happy to give you an estimate.
For disposal services we generally charge based on truckload, but the price can vary based on what we're picking up or weight (if it's a particularly heavy load). For other services, it really depends on the job. We try to price every job based on it's own needs to provide you with the most accurate quote that fits your needs. If you have a job you'd like to get a quote for, please give us a call (604.240.7648), or fill out our online form
We accept payment by Cheque or Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard). If you are a contractor, contact us about setting up an account.
Officially our hours are from 8am to 8pm, but we're flexible. If you've got a job that needs to happen after hours, let us know and we'll work something out.
Our service area covers most of the lower mainland spanning from Horseshoe Bay to Abbotsford, and everything in between. Outside the area? Maybe we can work something out. Give us a call to find out! 604.240.7648
Sorry, No. Although we offer Large Load Delivery services, this does not include your bed, kitchen table, or even that antique armoire you picked up at the Sunday Market.