Junk Removal

Cape Cod Junk Removers

Is your garage or attic hiding years of built up junk? Do you keep putting off attacking that agonizing project for another day? Is the thought of cramming all that junk into your car for trip after trip to the transfer station haunting you? Despair no longer! A simple call to Nauset Disposal at 508-255-1419 will be the beginning of a clean house. We can place a dumpster in your driveway or yard: from 8, to 15, 20, or even 30 yards. This gives you the time to sort through and dispose of the imposing “stuff” or debris. Many times, a dumpster is not needed. Is that old freezer or couch blocking your car from parking in the garage?

Our experienced junk removers can swing by and take just about anything off your hands.

No job is too big or small. We can take a single TV, empty your basement or garage, or strip an entire house completely down to bare floors. So whether you’re simply doing some spring cleaning, moving, or selling a house, Nauset Disposal has a solution to meet your Cape Cod trash rolloff container needs.

We offer junk removal service to the follow Cape Cod towns:
Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, Eastham, Orleans, Brewster, Harwich, Chatham, Dennis, Yarmouth, Barnstable, Sandwich, Mashpee, Bourne and Falmouth.

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News & Events Hurricane Harvey Donation

Hurricane have recently caused catastrophic damage… In continuing our dedication to our community – and beyond – Nauset Disposal is contributing to the Hurricane Relief efforts by supporting the American Red Cross. We’re donating the cost of the first month …

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Happy Customers

“BIG kudos to your driver who picked up at Eastham Cape Cod Five today! He did a remarkable job navigating our parking lot this morning. We had 2 big Eversource trucks with trailers along with a car blocking half the driveway, making backing out a challenge, but he maneuvered like a pro! Nicely done! I always like to hear positive feedback, so I thought I would pass it along.”

– Trina Brown, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank