Our expert haulers will come to your place of business, pick up and haul off materials you don't want going in your standard garbage. That can include a wide variety of items including:
Expert Hauling & Demolition can provide demolition, deconstruction, debris removal and site preparation for any size residential or commercial project. Our parent firm is a licensed general engineering company with 15 years' experience in demolition, site work, recycling and hauling.
Expert Hauling & Demolition will pick up, clear out and recycle debris from your projects anywhere in the East Bay area. Contact us to discuss a one-time cleanup or a plan for ongoing project assistance. We are experts in trashing out foreclosed homes. We have extensive experience working with Fannie Mae, Realtors and Lenders. Our experience, professionalism and the fact that we are licensed and insured protects you and gives you confidence that we can work for you to get the job done without hassle and without worry.
Expert Hauling & Demolition will haul away and recycle all your discarded office furniture, display cases, appliances and equipment. Tenant improvement demolition, hauling or salvage work is just a phone call away. We observe green principles in all junk hauling jobs. We've been doing green demolition, recycing and junk hauling for more than 15 years.
Expert Hauling & Demolition can handle all your unit cleanups, junk removals and general hauling needs. Contact us to get your hauling, demolition or junk hauling project started.
We'll give you a free estimate based upon your description of the job. You can also send us photos to better explain it to us.
Regardless of the amount of material, we will divert as much of your junk material as possible, away from local landfills and toward recycling and reuse alternatives. That's because we support the principals of zero waste.
Zero Waste goes beyond recycling to focus first on reducing waste and reusing products, and then on recycling and composting the rest. Zero Waste works to redesign man-made systems to mimic natural systems, recognizing that one man's trash is another man's treasure, and that everything is a resource for something or someone else.