Keep Our Cardinals Beautiful
Is your Surprise home or business in need of a revamp? That eyesore is just a phone call away from being removed, hassle free!
We haul, and dispose of unwanted trash, junk, bulky appliances, old furniture, and so much more! AZ Junk Removal also takes care of debris from remodels, storms, etc!
Getting a quote and booking service has never been easier...
I sell REO properties and needed a trash out ASAP. I called them for the job, had an estimate the same day, and the job was completed the very next day. They are.... see more on AZ Junk
They picked up a mattress and box springs that I needed to dispose of. They arrived on time, were very courteous, and completed the task quickly. I would certainly.... see more on AZ Junk
Tens of thousands of retirees moved to Surprise in the 1990s and early 2000s to live in Sun City Grand, an age-restricted resort-like community, with homes built by the property development firm Del Webb. Surprise is about five miles (8 km) northwest of Del Webb's original Sun City development and adjacent to Sun City West.
Population 129,534 | Median Income for Household $62,927 | Median Age 41.3
Arizona Junk Removal is 100% committed to going the extra mile to ensure your junk is taken safely from Surprise and disposed of properly or better yet donated if possible! Our goals are to get your trash or junk out of your home or business with little to no hassle on your part. Contact us today for trash and junk removal anywhere in the valley.
Get a bid and schedule service.
The tabs below summarize the key details of the City's bulk trash service. AZ Junk is not affiliated with the City of Surprise. The following breakdown has been developed by us to offer alternative resources to our visitors looking to get rid of unwanted junk – Because Life's Better Without Junk.
Surprise had been justifiably praised for being a beautiful, friendly community. Part of its great appeal is its clean and pristine reputation. Surprise is trying to ensure that praise continues by developing a rather progressive bulk trash system. Most cities have pre-scheduled pick-up days, that require residents to set out large piles of garbage to be picked up at the city's convenience, meaning the junk could be there for days or weeks before being cleared out. Surprise realizes this is an antiquated policy. They don’t have pre-scheduled pick-up days, rather, each resident makes an appointment with the City when they need a collection.
Each pickup must be less than 10 cubic yards, but the annual limit is only 20 cubic yards. So although you can schedule as many collections as you like, for free, you're probably going to max yourself out at two anyway due to sheer volume.
When setting out your trash make sure you stack it up nice and neat, bag anything that is small and chop all tree branches into small manageable sizes. If they are longer than 4 feet, they will get left behind. Also don’t bother setting out automotive parts, landscaping debris, like rocks or bricks or any hazardous material. If the crew finds this stuff lurking in your bulk trash they’ll leave the whole pile behind.
On the surface, Surprise's bulk trash plan seems like a great idea, but in practice, you're going to find that it's just not enough for your needs. Lucky for you, AZ Junk is happy to serve the City of Surprise, we can come as often as you like, we can clear out as much trash as you can make and we don't discriminate when it comes to junk. We take it all.
Bulk trash collections days at your convenience sounds too good to be true, but what's more is, each collection is free of charge. AND you can make as many appointments as you like each year. The catch is, they will only collect a certain amount of bulk junk, once you’ve reached the threshold amount then you'll have to find another solution.
When you're ready, simply call the Public Works Department and schedule a collection. Make sure your bulk trash is ready by 6 a.m. on your collection day. Pile it all up very neatly in the street gutter in front of your property. This is important because crews will not collect material left on the sidewalk or on your property. On the street only. You’ll also need to make sure they crews have enough clearance to work, 10 feet of clearance to be exact. That means making sure your junk is very far away from cable boxes, cars, and fire hydrants. Although hydrants are pretty study suckers, you might come home to a nasty ticket for blocking a hydrant if you don’t pay attention.