The website is very user friendly which made my booking simple. I received a phone call prior to the team coming to remove my junk which gave me the opportunity to ask questions regarding what...
Whatever type of rubbish or junk you have, we can take it: old mattresses, appliances, electronics, furniture, and construction debris including concrete, wood and scrap metals. We take anything non-hazardous that two people can lift.
If you want to say goodbye to your rubbish, say hello to us (by phone, or by booking online) today. We can’t wait to help you breathe easier in a new, cleaner, reclaimed space.
What makes us different from all the other rubbish' removal companies in Perth? When you hire 1800-GOT-JUNK? Perth to dispose of your rubbish, all you have to do is point at the stuff you want gone, and we do all the rest – it’s that easy.
The only effort you’ll spend on removing your rubbish is booking an appointment with us. And it’s really easy, we promise:
If you like the price, we’ll load up our truck, clean up any mess in your new, clean space, and then remove your junk and dispose of it ethically and responsibly.
1800-GOT-JUNK? Perth will take almost anything that isn’t hazardous that two people can lift. Commonly, people call us asking for furniture removal, beds, mattresses, electronic waste, wardrobes, fridges and so on. Many people also call about bikes, toys and clothes.
But we take a lot of “weird” junk as well. For example, we’ve picked up dentist chairs and dentist tools, three truckloads of pillows, three bank safes with keys and combinations, and some 10x40 foot shipping containers, which had been converted into accommodation (we had to hire cranes & semi-trailers to remove the containers).
When we say that we take it all, we really mean it!
At 1800-GOT-JUNK? Perth we actively recycle or donate as much of your rubbish as is physically possible. Often, we donate to the Salvos, Goodwill, St Vincent DePaul, local churches, RSPCA, Australian Red Cross, Anglicare, and Good Sammy. But we seek out new places to donate the rubbish we collect all the time.
If it can’t be donated, we find that it can often be recycled. Taking something to the landfill is our last resort.
Hi, I’m Rob Curnow, Franchise Partner of 1800-GOT-JUNK? Perth. We are the world’s largest junk removal service and have been operating in Australia since 2005. Over the last five years, we’ve grown to provide rubbish removal in Adelaide, the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and now Perth.
I’m very excited to be wowing customers in Perth with the same amazing rubbish removal service customers receive across Australia and around the world.
I’ve always had a dream to one day own and operate my own business and when I came across 1800-GOT-JUNK? I knew straight away that this exciting opportunity was perfect for me. With my background in logistics, sales & marketing, buying into this franchise (after doing all my research) was an easy decision. Having spent the first 17 years of my working career in various sales and marketing roles within the FMCG sector and eight years in a logistics role within the Australian wine industry, this opportunity was the perfect fit and a great chance to combine all my skills in one exciting and challenging role.
I started the 1800-GOT-JUNK? Adelaide franchise, which won both the "franchise of the year" as well as "highest growth" awards for 1800-GOT-JUNK? in 2012, which is definitely the highlight of my career so far. Since Adelaide was doing so well, I decided to open up a Perth franchise. I hope to bring all of my learnings from starting up the Adelaide franchise to Perth. This time we have more than just energy and enthusiasm to bring to the business, we also have knowledge.
Rubbish removal in Perth is as easy as calling 1800-GOT-JUNK? for computer recycling, trash removal, junk removal, tyre recycling or tyre removal, computer disposal, appliance removal and furniture removal. Whatever you call it and whatever you need removed, 1800-GOT-JUNK? Perth can help. We can remove anything non-hazardous that two people can lift.
At 1800-GOT-JUNK? we care about the environment. We not only care, but we’re actively doing something about it. System-wide we currently divert more than 60% of all rubbish removed from the landfill. Our goal is 75%. Our first choice is to always reuse whatever we possibly can. All rubbish that can be reused is generally donated to charities such as The Salvation Army, St. Vincent DePaul or one of many others. Anything that isn’t suitable to be reused will be sorted and recycled. And, as a last resort, anything that isn’t suitable to be reused or recycled will go to the landfill. We're happy to tell you where your rubbish goes, so just ask us the next time we're around helping you get rid of your old mattress, TV or old living room furniture.
Next time you’re having a clean-up and need rubbish removal, give us a call or book online. We’d love to help by giving you your space back. Our uniformed truck team members are friendly, helpful and hard-working.
When I'm not working at disposing of your rubbish, I'm spending time with my wife, Sam, and our two awesome kids, Thomas and Molly. I love spending time with my family when I'm not dedicated to the second love of my life: 1800-GOT-JUNK?.
At 1800-GOT-JUNK? Perth, we take on some pretty serious jobs. Here's a photo from one job we did. We cleaned up a whole house (including the front and back yards and garage) and left the whole area sparkling clean and organised, free of rubbish and debris.
1800-GOT-JUNK? is known for its amazing rubbish removal service all over Australia, it's true...but one thing you may not have known is that we're equally famous for our "blue wig waves". You'll see us out, all over Perth, wearing blue wigs and giving you a friendly hello wave. If you haven't seen our blue wig waves...well...you may need to get out more!
One of many beautiful photos from the drive from Adelaide to Perth.
After starting the highly successful 1800-GOT-JUNK? Adelaide franchise, Rob Curnow drove all the way across Australia from Adelaide to set up shop in Perth.