Anacortes, WA (PressExposure) December 28, 2011 -- There is a new breed of trash haulers today, and they're hauling away profits by venturing beyond the curbside pickups offered by traditional junk removal businesses. Got an old bed on the second floor that's lost it's springs? No problem. Your tenant moved out and left a pile of unwanted furniture and junk in your rental house - no problem.
This new breed of trash haulers offers service beyond the curb, and will even sweep up after they pick up, or take reusable items to a recycler or your favorite charity thrift shop. These private junk haulers get most of their business from homeowners in upscale neighborhoods who are happy to pay for the service and convenience, and property managers who need help cleaning out vacated rental units.
Although many junk removal business owners are full-timers, many earn an excellent income working on weekends. The national average, after dump fees, fuel and vehicle costs, is $54 an hour. In addition, haulers can profit from selling recyclable materials, or selling items at garage sales or on craigslist. It's the perfect way to turn trash into cash. A junk hauling service is a great way to make a good income while providing a valuable service to the community.
A free mini-course is now available that explains how to start a part-time or full-time trash removal business. Here's what is covered in the 7-part course:
1. Overview of the private trash removal business.
2. Six things you need to know before starting a trash removal business.
3. Seven ways to profit from other people's junk.
4. Five ways to get all the junk hauling work you want.
5. Clean out foreclosures for additional income.
6. Five free ways to promote your junk hauling business.
7. Blueprint for a successful haul-away business.
This free mini-course is a great way for anyone with a pickup truck or van to learn how to use their vehicle to make a great income. Sign up for the course at: http://www.haulawaycash.com