Your home is your castle, so when you decide it time for something to go... we are here to help you! Attics, basements and garages are where items pile up after years of family transitions.

Our teams are standing by to help you regain your space and move your unwanted items along.


No matter the type of business you have, our professional and efficient our team can help you with all your junk removal needs. Whether you have a few unwanted items or you need an entire office cleaned out, no commercial job is too big or too small.

We provide junk removal services to many different types of business such as restaurants, property management, real estate and retail.

To Our Senior Citizen Community

The United States is currently experiencing the biggest transition of senior citizens in its history. Baby boomers are transitioning into retirement, and with that transition moving to their retirement homes, as well as sometimes to assisted-living and senior care residences.

Mass Junk can help! Read more

Recycling is our thing!

Unlike most trash removal services, we do not just take your junk to the dump. We recycle paper, plastics, metals, and other materials that can be broken down and recycled. If recycling is not an option we will take your items to donate such as furniture, clothing, electronics, vehicles, in good condition to one of our many charitable organizations.

Will and Crew are just an amazing resource. Friendly, cost very reasonable, efficient and very respectful of owners property. They helped us meet our goal during downsizing!!


Professional friendly service. The crew was on time and proficient. Great customer focus.


Responsive, communicative, polite, professional and very thorough. The spaces we needed cleaned were not just cleared of junk but were spotlessly swept up on completion. The crew was excellent about grasping what we wanted removed and what we wanted to stay and made no mistakes. Charges for the job were reasonable. This is the company we'll call the next time we need to have unwanted stuff removed.

Tom V.