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Just wondering what does everyone charge for Mattress removal.. not talking about REO.. if you do removing of junk what do you charge.. I have an idiot in our area that is doing $10.. so tired of low ballers.
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I always grin every time I see a new thread from Ezyday. You come up with the damndistchit! HaHa!

The only 2 mattress removals I've done lately were from my own house for replacement and they went up in flames. $0.00
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$50 a cubic yard.

same as everything else. Private REO P&P makes no difference.
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trying to figure out a set price. 1800 got junk makes a price when they are on spot.. i come up with questions to maybe help others also.. Im not talking reo.. if you do junk removal on the side.. what would you charge?
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lol..Tnks i dont do any reo.. but the guys on here "some" are knowable so i keep coming back to hear what people have to say and to give my feed back.. I apprentice the hell i have got threw the years
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Just wondering what does everyone charge for Mattress removal.. not talking about REO.. if you do removing of junk what do you charge.. I have an idiot in our area that is doing $10.. so tired of low ballers.
Call the MN dumps. You usually get a good fee for furniture / mattesses. Get your base line.
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lol... I apprentice the hell i have got threw the years
Me too.
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Well, that's easy, do the math.

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trying to figure out a set price. 1800 got junk makes a price when they are on spot.. i come up with questions to maybe help others also.. Im not talking reo.. if you do junk removal on the side.. what would you charge?
mattress sizes are no great mystery or secret hidden hidden knowledge, REO,P&P,Private it makes no difference, why would it? If you want a single price for all mattresses you would have to determine the average mattress, I would guess Full Size maybe Queen, and charge accordingly. So, your looking at a cubic yard for most, unless they are extra thick.

I don't differentiate between junk, unless its heavy, or labor intensive or tires. a mattress is none of those.

I like a mattress or two on a trash out, they top a load off nice, no need to tarp the load, unless it looks like rain.
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Landfills charge us anywhere from nothing (rare) to $37.50 per, depending on the state/location.
It also depends on our crew; sometime we burn them and scrap the metal.
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I could probably dump 50 mattresses for that.
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