Junk hauling cost is largely dependent on the amount of items you want to be removed and the travel distance to your home. Some companies provide onsite rates, while others offer an online pricing estimator to help you budget.

Typical junk hauling services charge per load or truck space, depending on the total volume of items being removed. For example, a company might charge $348-$388 for a full truckload of debris.

When selecting a junk removal company, look for ones that have transparent prices and no hidden fees. Also, ask questions to ensure that you understand what is and is not included in the price.

In addition to hauling away items that are unwanted, junk removal companies also remove household garbage and waste. Some may even recycle or donate materials.

If you have electronic equipment that you no longer want, consider taking it to a local e-waste recycling center. This will save you money and prevent the hauler from adding additional charges for removing these items.

A dumpster rental is another option if you need to dispose of a large amount of waste over several days or weeks. It costs from $100-$350 for a 10-yard dumpster and can be rented on a weekly basis.

Creating estimates is an important part of running a successful business, as it helps you and your customers better understand how much to expect. A thorough estimate should include an itemized list of all the items to be removed, labor, and any other costs associated with the hauling process.