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Full-Service Junk Removal Hamilton

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Full-Service Junk Removal Hamilton

City Junk Removal located in Hamilton, Ontario provides a simple easy way for everyone to have their junk and garbage removed. Up front pricing makes it easy for you, the customer, to understand how Junk Removal pricing works. Click the BIN LOAD SIZES to get all the details of how much your pickup will cost.

It's Easy, just Call 905-545-5865 or Click "BOOK ONLINE" to set up a convenient time for you, and our courteous uniformed staff will come to your home or business and take all your junk away... And you don't have to lift a finger. Its that easy!! City Junk Removal has been providing Quality Service Junk Removal to Hamilton, Burlington and surrounding areas for over 14 years. And has saved thousands of tons of garbage from going to landfill sites.

The City Junk Removal Team can remove all your Junk or Waste:

  • Household Junk
  • Computer Junk
  • Electronics Waste
  • Metal Waste
  • Furniture Removal
  • Construction Debris
  • Residential Junk
  • Yard Waste
  • Paper Waste
  • Wood Waste
  • Office Junk
  • Eco Waste
  • Basement Junk
  • Demolition Debris
  • Garbage Bags
  • Appliance Removal
  • Tire Recycling
  • Inventory Cleanup


Serving: Hamilton, Burlington, Stoney Creek, Grimsby, Oakville, Mississauga

The Spec Local Hamilton News

Maeve, 5, returns home from hospital 130 days after devastating Hagersville crash
After 130 days in hospital, five-year-old Maeve Field has finally returned to her Haldimand home. She was injured on March 9 when she was pinned underneath an out-of-control car.

GoFundMe set up for badly injured girl who will require more surgeries as she grows as well as amputee rehabilitation.


Electrical fire leads to power outage in downtown Hamilton highrise
Hamilton firefighters battled a blaze at Queen Elizabeth Apartments at 44 Queen St. N. Saturday morning.

No one hurt in early morning fire that started in underground hydro vault


Unattended cooking leads to fire on Hamilton Mountain, one person to hospital
A resident of a Hamilton Mountain home suffered minor smoke inhalation and was sent to hospital following an early morning kitchen fire.

One person hospitalized with minor injuries.



The Spec Local Hamilton News

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