When you yourself have a solid body, there might be no shorter way to making some serious money in your free time than starting a junk hauling business.
First, get a company license. Do an Internet seek out “ways to get a company license in (your state).” Every state offers online licensing, usually for around $50. Bring the license with you on every job.
Next, advertise on Craigslist. Check the pricing of your competitors. Price yourself slightly below them. If you wish to double your calls, put a photograph of yourself in your ad–people desire to see and trust the firms they hire. Make sure to write an offer that includes all of the terms your visitors is going to be looking for, such as: junk hauling, junk removal, landfill, furniture, recycling, yard debris, transfer, etc.
You will get calls. Once you answer them, make sure you ask important questions about the quantity of the junk, the location of the junk (could be in a 3rd floor attic!), the sort of junk, and the customer’s location. Then quote a rate that could be worth every penny for you. Normally, count on a landfill fee around $55 and gas around $10.
Finally, do the job. If you don’t have a truck, rent one from U-Haul or Home Depot for $20. Show through to time or 5 minutes early. Stock up your truck hauling junk. Leave flyers with the neighbors. You will see items that may be resold on Craigslist. Drop those off at home, clean them up, and list them on Craigslist. Take the rest of the what to the dump.
It is a easy service that people pay cash for, and usually pay generously. You do not even have to battle every job. When it sounds too big for you personally, pass on it. When it involves dangerous chemicals, pass on it. There’s enough small, easy jobs on Craigslist to create some really needed supplemental income each week.Other