We are happy you found us, and below we will work on answering your questions like what Edward’s Enterprises Hauling & Clean Outs does, where we work, how much we charge for hauling away unwanted junk, or how we can help with your outdoor spa demolition and hauling project.
The short version is Edward’s Enterprises is a General Contractor and Hourly Handyman here to help you get rid of hundreds of square feet of carpet or piles of palm fronds.
We bring a truck and trailer, and an eager crew of employees, to gather up junk from side yards, sheds, and garages, load it up, and haul it away to a proper landfill or transfer station. Edward’s Enterprises leaves our customer’s homes with clean open spaces.
Ready to schedule your garage clean out service call? Give us a call! We love to hear directly from new hauling customers! If you would rather click around our site and see if we are the right fit for your hauling project, we have laid out all the important details below. If you get lost, there is a helpful site and page menu above.
Our hourly rates for demolition and hauling projects:
Start at $149* for the first hour of each trip and $99 an hour after that (that’s for 2 employees)
These are the typical cash or check hourly rates for labor we charge our customers for residential hauling projects (not including materials or dump disposal fees). Most residential junk removal & hauling projects are charged for the labor while tearing down and loading debris at the job site location, and the disposal fee for the debris we are hauling away.
Disposal fees for household junk are based on Volume and Weight. Our trailer is about 225 cubic feet, and the price for a full trailer of household junk is about $100, but the price is going to be very different if your “junk” is cardboard and stuffed animals versus broken tile and old appliances.
Thanks to our processing partner Paypal, we do accept most major credit and debit cards now! Rates are slightly higher, please call our office for all of the details.
*First hour of work charge is from $149 to $199 depending on the work site zip code. Some exclusions do apply, like commercial companies, or for same-day, after hours or weekend service. Cities outside of our coverage map will be charged additional travel costs. We would be happy to answer any of your pricing questions, please call for details!
Keep these queries coming! Reasons to select Edward’s Enterprises for your next small demolition or junk hauling job include:
LONGEVITY: Edward’s Enterprises Hauling Services has been a locally owned & operated small business since 1996.
LICENSE: We are a LICENSED General & Plumbing Contractor with the Contractor’s State License Board (B857752) since 2005.
INSURANCE: INSURED to protect our garage clean out customers and employees.
SKILLED WORK FORCE: Our hourly trash haul aways are handled by EXPERIENCED, LONG TERM EMPLOYEES in the field and in the office.
You can reach out to someone at our office about our hauling services by filling out the form below:
If you experience any issues with our form, email us at:
If forms AND emails are a real drag for you, PLEASE give our office a call:
A real live person will (usually, unless every line is tied up or the Zombie apocalypse has finally happened) answer!
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5pm “California Time”.
We are available by phone after hours and on weekends for emergencies.
Great Question! Edward’s Enterprises is usually available:
Office: Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm by phone in our office do schedule projects and ask questions about hauling jobs.
Field: As far as scheduling work, for our typical rates listed above (I know we didn’t skip that section) we normally schedule work Monday through Friday from 7am to 4pm (holidays, meetings, kids with flus may affect availability).
Most projects get a 2 hour window of arrival, so expect something like 7am to 9am, or 10am to 12pm, or even 1pm to 3pm window.
If you need us to come outside of those times, expect to pay a bit more, or experience different restrictions like job minimums, etc.
We are available for emergency work based on a first come first serve system and whether or not we have a crew available. Expect to pay more for these types of calls (we have employees and overtime is what it is).
To see if we can handle a hauling job at your home, you can check a few places:
There is a helpful site menu drop down called “Cities” (ADD LINK LATER). Select that and you can see if your city is in our “service area”.
You can review the city list below.
You can visit Our Cities Page which is really just a “Cities” list page (don’t tell the page menu, it just makes it jealous).
You can call us at 805-987-2441 and give us your “exact” coordinates.
If you don’t see your city in the list, but you’re close by give us a call. We may be able to service your hauling request for an additional travel charge and/or minimum hour charge.
What are a home owner’s options for recycling paint?
The state of California is now a participant in the multi-state “paintcare.org” program to create a paint recycling in the state. Have you bought new paint recently? Retailers are now responsible for collecting additional taxes/fees for paint purchased, approximately 75 cents a gallon. PaintCare states they “accept house paint & primers, stains, sealers, & clear coatings (e.g., shellac & varnish) but we do not accept aerosols (spray cans), solvents, & products intended for industrial or non-architectural use. The products we accept are referred to as “PaintCare Products” or “architectural paint” & they must be in containers that are no larger than 5 gallons in size. Paint must be in its original container & the container must have a label & a secured lid. We cannot accept open or leaking cans.” If you are looking for a more detailed list of what they accept, check out their PaintCare Products vs. Non-PaintCare Products page.
Once retailers charge consumers & paint contractors at the time of purchase, the state collects up all of this money, & then consumers & contractors are (in theory) supposed to have easy options for recycling unused paint. This isn’t always the case as we have learned, as some recycling centers will turn you away if they have already accepted all the paint they can hold at a given time. If you are looking for a local drop off center, visit paintcare.org drop off location finder to find a local site. But take it from us, call first as they sometimes will not accept drop offs after you get all the way there (total bummer).
Great Residential Hauling & Junk Removal tips
Cleaning out your office can feel like such a relief; however, some materials are unable to be hauled away to the nearest dump. If you are unsure of what may & may not be hauled away here are some tips & tricks to help you. Aerosol cans containing hazardous products can not be recycled, but empty aerosol cans can be recycled in your curbside recycling barrel. Asbestos, batteries, pharmaceuticals, electronic waste, compact fluorescent light bulbs, motor oil, propane/helium tanks, syringes, needles, & vehicle tires cannot be hauled away to the dump. However, there are places to take all of these substances (though in some situations, like tires, there is a fee for disposal/recycling).
Most city’s HHW programs will take aerosol cans, batteries, TV’s, monitors, electronic waste, compact fluorescent light bulbs, syringes, & needles. There are other places that take these materials as well:
Asbestos can be taken away by the State Department of Toxic Substances Control.
Asphalt & concrete can be taken in by Cemex, Vulcan & the Simi Valley Landfill Recycling center.
TV’s & monitors can be given to your local HHW location, like Gold Coast Recycling in Ventura.
Motor Oil & filters can be disposed of at businesses like Firestone, Jiffy Lube, O’Reilly Auto Parts, & Good Year.
Toner & Ink Cartridges can be recycled at your local Staples or Office Depot.
Vehicle Tires can be disposed of at America’s Tire Company.
We know that properly recycling of household items can be an inconvenience, but it is worth it to divert hazardous waste from our natural world like the streams, oceans, & lakes in Southern California for future enjoyment & the health of our local ecosystems. Let’s all do our part.