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Certified Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
Certified Bay Area Green Business
Small Business Locally Owned & Operated

Construction Debris Removal Bay Area, CA

We make construction debris removal easy for your home or business.

Why You Need Construction Debris Removal Services

Nixxit Hauls All Types of Construction Debris

At Nixxit, we haul, dispose of and recycle all sorts of debris from construction projects, including:

  • Drywall
  • Plasterboard and wallboard
  • Sheetrock
  • Treated wood
  • Scrap metal
  • Windows and frames
  • Corrugated iron
  • Cabinets
  • Cement and concrete
  • Flooring
  • Shingles
  • Canvas
  • Nails, screws, bolts, and other fittings
  • Carpet
  • Glass
  • Tile
  • Bricks
  • Pavers
  • Appliances

Don’t see what you need to have removed on the list? Call Nixxit to see how we can help.

Nixxit Makes Construction Debris Removal Simple

We make the construction debris removal and recycling process as easy as 1-2-3.

01.

Book a Visit

 

If you live in the Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro, Oakland, Berkeley, Dublin, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Livermore, Danville, Fremont, or anywhere else in the San Francisco Bay Area, Nixxit can work with you.

Call us or use our online booking form to contact us. Explain the scope of the removal job, and we can arrange a site assessment to give you an accurate quote.

02.

Await Our Arrival
 

Our removal professionals will call you about 30 minutes before the scheduled appointment. We’ll confirm details about the scheduled service and send you the name and photo of the Nixxit expert so that you can feel comfortable.

After we arrive, we’ll do a walkthrough and give you a free, no-obligation quote.

03.

Hauling Process

 

If you like the price, we can remove the debris—immediately if you’re ready. We also have a contactless pick-up option if you’re traveling or managing the construction remotely.

We put customers first at Nixxit Junk Removal, so whatever your needs are, we can meet them.

Environmentally-Friendly Construction Waste Removal

Improperly disposed of waste is one of the leading causes of environmental pollution. Studies have found only 9% of all “recycled” plastic goes to recycling. 

At Nixxit, we aim to donate or recycle 80% of what we haul, making us a leader in environmentally-friendly waste removal in the Bay Area. 

When it comes to construction debris removal, we offer a variety of services. With our concrete removal program, we’ll take unwanted concrete and transport it to a concrete recycling facility for demolition projects, new builds, and housing renovations. 

Our appliance removal service helps contractors responsibly dispose of bulky appliances — like refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, stoves, ovens, and more — so your crew can get to work creating or renovating a new space. 

We also offer electronic waste disposal, scrap metal removal, treated wood removal, and more. Our job is to make waste removal and recycling easy, so your construction crew can do their job.

Convienent Curbside Pickup Available

Don't want to be there for your appointment? Place your items on the curb or in your driveway and receive 10% off your service.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Remove Construction Debris?

Materials like concrete, scrap wood, bricks, and glass all have different disposal methods, but they generally follow this pattern: 

  1. Separate what is recyclable from what isn’t.
  2. Haul debris to the designated removal facilities.
  3. Donate usable materials to local building suppliers.
  4. Get rid of the rest.

Can Construction Debris Be Recycled?

Most construction debris is recyclable. Common items that we can recycle include concrete, plastics, porcelain, insulation, and drywall.

Each material has its proper method of safe, environmentally-compliant recycling, which makes hiring a professional crew like Nixxit all the more appealing. It’s a headache to deal with on your own.

Does Construction Waste Go to Landfill?

Construction debris doesn’t have to end up at waste processing sites. There are ways to recycle various types of waste from construction sites, including concrete, wood, metal, and plastic. Many items are reusable or repurposable for use in future construction projects. What crews can’t use can go to recycling for disposal that doesn’t produce pollution.

 

My C&D Project Needs To Follow Green Halo Practices. Can You Help Us?

Yes! When scheduling a pick-up for your Bay Area construction debris removal project, mention to our team that your project needs to be Green Halo Certified. We will ensure your C&D material gets disposed of at a Green Halo-compliant facility and provide you with the receipt for your records.

Junk can get heavy.
We make it light.

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