Who in the world is VOTS Junk Removal? VOTS is an acronym for Veteran of the South and is a full-service junk removal company based out of Piedmont, South Carolina. We offer junk removal for residential and commercial properties such as real estate properties, construction job sites, and even that old broken-down shed you might have in the backyard.
VOTS Junk Removal does not claim to be the most excellent company of all time because the owner is an Army Veteran, but we do claim to provide the best customer service that we can. Not only do we represent the Veteran of the South, but we represent all the veterans in South Carolina and the North Carolina area. We strive to go above and beyond for our customers and to make sure our customers do not have to lift a finger while we do all the work.
Our mission at VOTS Junk Removal is to be fully staffed with military veterans and to make sure that there is a place that welcomes them home with open arms. Military personnel will be able to come home and work around other veterans who know what they have been through and help with the transition back into the civilian world.
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We will call 30 minutes before arrival at the job-site
We talk about the job and we come to terms on the price
When price is agreed on, we remove the items right then and there
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This winery is located near downtown Anderson (Click Here), and is know for its reputation to have every beer, cider, mead, and wine we make has a unique sense of place. Their secret recipe is that they tame wild yeasts and use those local seasonal ingredients to handcraft award winning small batch libations that reflect our region. The whole is greater than the sum of their parts, and when brought together a unique craft beverage is born.
Growler Haus is locally owned and operated they are located in two different locations (Anderson & Greenville). They cater to each community and have always refused to be a “cookie-cutter” craft beer shop. You’ll find tons of local charm infused in our famously comfortable environment along with excellent customer service to help choose the perfect beverage or tasty Haus Bites.
This shop is located near downtown Anderson (Click Here) and they satisfy that sweet tooth for chocolate that everyone has a craving for. Their secret to success is that CocoBon Chocolatier confections are hand made from special recipes that bring out the best characteristics of the ingredients that they use. They are known to use only the finest products available and add no preservatives. Their chocolate is smooth, creamy and oh so rich and their hand selected nuts are toasted to perfection to develop their full flavors. The tastes are deep and distinct. This is chocolate done the old-fashioned way. The centers are silky smooth.
This park is a 32-acre park adjacent to downtown Greenville, South Carolina in the historic West End district. Considered the birthplace of Greenville, the park was founded in 1967 when the Carolina Foothills Garden Club reclaimed 26 acres of land that had been previously used by textile mills and has added a tourist feature called the Liberty Bridge.
The GCMA is home to the world’s largest public collection of watercolors by iconic American artist Andrew Wyeth and is the only museum in the Upstate to be fully accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.
Grenville Zoo is a Zoo that is located south-east of downtown Greenville and opened in 1960. The zoo is known for their mostly indigenous animals including bears, deer, bobcat, foxes, ducks and prairie dogs. A monkey dome was constructed in 1962, and 26 colobus monkeys were added to the zoos residents.
This historical site was built in 1845 by James Hagwood and is an operational water-powered gristmill. It has an area of 50 acres that features historical buildings such as a 1845 gristmill, restored log cabins, blacksmith shop, cotton gin, moonshine still, nature trails, and a gift shop featuring local crafters, musicians and authors! It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 and is located north of Pickens (Click Here).
This state Park is a well known site for tourists to experience the beautiful scenery of Highway 11 (Click Here). The colossal mountain has an 3,000 acre park and is right below the Blue Ridge Mountains. Table Rock State Park has many features to enjoy such as the Table Rock Cabins, campgrounds, and old-fashion swimming hole, and 76 miles of Foothills trails.
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Volume-based pricing might be the most popular junk removal business pricing approach and the most standard method. It’s based on fractions of how full your truck is, ranging from a minimum truckload to a full truckload. If you hit a full truckload on a job, the price would restart again by adding a “new” truckload.
The best method to harden old paint is to open the lid and mix clay based kitty litter into the paint. Shredded newspaper and sawdust will also work to harden that old paint. Once the paint is completely hardened simply throw the can in the garbage.
While tipping is not expected, it is always appreciated, especially when the job is difficult.
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