Meet The Owner
Junk Removal Mauldin SC
VOTS Junk Removal is a Veteran-Owned:Fully Insured local junk removal service company that provides a wide variety of junk removal services for Mauldin SC. Marcus has been in the Upstate SC for over a decade and is the CEO of VOTS Junk Removal. He is an Army Veteran who served under the Iraqi Freedom Campaign and is on a particular veteran mission of his own to help support other veterans in Mauldin SC. “My goal is to be able to provide the Upstate with as many different jobs as I can for other veterans that stay within Mauldin SC. The more jobs that we acquire, the more different types of equipment we can purchase to open up more services. My goal is to have a corporation that is fully staffed by veterans from all branches of the military.
Who Is Vots junk removal?
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.
Why Choose VOTS Junk Removal?
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.
How We Price
Do you wonder how much money you would be spending on Junk Removal? VOTS Junk Removal gives a precise price range when they see the items in person. We offer a free, on-site, no-obligation estimate and will take the items immediately and when both parties agree.
What We Take
VOTS Junk Removal can take any non-hazardous item. Some examples of our junk removal service include:
- Furniture Removal
- Appliance Removal
- Mattress Removal
- Yard Debris Removal
- Construction/Remodeling Debris Removal
- Residential and Commercial Trash Removal
The owner of VOTS Junk Removal is a proud Army Veteran that knows what it is like to fight for something he believes in. Just like possible jobs for junk removal, there is no fight that is too small or too big if you have full faith in it.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does Greenville County still recycle?
Where can I take my recyclables? Residents who wish to continue recycling may do so by using the six (6) residential waste and recycling centers and eleven (11) recycling drop off locations owned and operated by Greenville County. The list of locations may be found at http://www.greenvillecounty.org.
How do I dispose of a couch in Greenville SC?
The City of Greenville provides bulk waste collections for items that do not fit in your trash or recycle cart. Please call the Solid Waste Division at 864-467-4345 by 4PM the day before your normal collection day to schedule a bulk pickup.
Should you tip for junk removal?
While tipping is not expected, it is always appreciated, especially when the job is difficult.
How do you charge customers for junk removal?
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.
How do I dispose of paint in South Carolina?
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.
About Mauldin South Carolina
Mauldin has a rich history of having many different recreational activities to do. Examples of those activities are:
This sports center was developed in 2007 and is located off of Center City Drive (Click Here). The MSC developer’s goal was to build a recreation site to help strength the community of Mauldin SC. It has a total of 6,500 square feet of room for many different types of fitness activities.
- Fitness Area: 3800 sq. ft.
- Group Exercise Room: 2700 sq. ft.
- Gymnasium: 12,800 sq. ft.
- 94 ft. regulation court
- Two (2) 74 ft. side courts
- Climbing Center: 2,100 sq. ft.*
- 32 ft. Rock Wall
- Indoor Walking Track:
- 1/10 mile
- 3 lanes
- 1 lane reserved for jogging and personal training
- Elliptical and Cross training machines
- Recumbent bikes and ellipticals
- Rowing machines
- Universal weight machines
- Plate loaded machines
- Free Weights
- TRX equipment
- Battle ropes
- Plyometric boxes
- Dynamax balls
Have you ever wandered what happens to athletes after they are done playing their sport? Dontrelle Willis used to be a all-time pitcher in baseball and now he is a owner of Low Country Shrimper Restaurant in Maudlin SC (Click Here).
“I gave up too many home runs, so I fry fish now,” said Deas, who owns the Low Country Shrimper in Mauldin.
The restaurant is a the staple in the Golden Strip city’s food scene and Deas is building on his success there with the addition of a second business, an ice cream shop called Pop’s Cabin Creamery next to the Mauldin Cultural Center.
Not only does Dontrelle Willis own the Low Country Shrimper Restaurant, he also opened up an ice cream parlor in 2021 called Pop’s Cabin Creamery. Next to it is the Gosnell Cabin that has a huge historical story of its own. On the cabin itself, it is inscribed:
The history of the Gosnell cabin originates 200 years ago. The cabin, with original dimensions of twenty-five by eighteen feet, was built out of twelve-inch thick by eight-inch wide beams of heart pine, and it was built to last.
Gresham Callahan is the first attributed inhabitants of the Gosnell log cabin. According to a log cabin historian, the cabin initially started in the Cherokee Indian style of construction and was finished using the English method. In other words, the cabin was begun by an Indian and finished by a white man. Also, the cabin originally had a dirt floor that was later jacked up and a wooden floor added.
Gresham Callahan first appeared in the record books on the 1810 census. This indicates that he was a resident of Greenville County after 1800, but before 1810. Apparently, Mr. Callahan had a number of different monikers, one of which was “Old Indian.”
The cabin was originally located in northern Greenville County, within a short distance of historic Poinsett Bridge. Poinsett Bridge was completed in 1819, and the cabin was used as the construction headquarters while the bridge was under construction. Poinsett Bridge is the oldest bridge still standing in South Carolina.
At some point the ownership of the cabin passed to John H. Goodwin. In 1875 John Goodwin sold the cabin and 300 acres to Rev. John Jack Gosnell for $351.00. Three generations of Gosnells lived in the cabin until 1941.
The Boy Scouts bought the property for a camp in 1927. The last member of the Gosnell family to live in the cabin, Luther Gosnell, served as the caretaker of the property until his death in 1941. The name the Boy Scouts used for their new camp was derived from Gresham Callahan. The name chosen was “Camp Old Indian.”
The dry accounting of dates and numbers do little to reflect the colorful history of the Gosnell log cabin. At a meeting on Aug. 10, 2008 with several granddaughters of Luther Gosnell (Carol Gosnell Long, Tammy Poore Mason and Kathy Gosnell Janson) the ancient walls of pine echoed again the joys and sadness of life as it will never be known again in Greenville County.
Perhaps as many as ten babies were born in the cabin. Luther’s wife, Lizzie Dill Gosnell, died of measles in 1928 while sitting in a chair in front of the fire. An uncle had his leg amputated on the kitchen table (the table was carried out first).
In 1941 Luther has an epileptic seizure in front of the fireplace. The attacked prevented control of his body and his spasms drove his legs into the hot fire. It was three days before anyone found him and he died of gangrene in the old Greenville General Hospital.
Life was tough in the foothills of Greenville County. Bears in search of food frightened little girls who peeped out at them through the chinks in the logs while remaining deathly still. Panthers, rattlesnakes and copperheads added to the danger.
Luther made his living as a farmer and a rock mason. There are rumors that he was a moonshiner and a bootlegger. The main meal for his family was corn meal and water, which also happen to be the main ingredients for corn liquor.
After 1941 the cabin remained on the Camp Old Indian property. It fell into disrepair and the camp did not have the resources to keep it up. Sam Phillips, Dave Chesson and Tim Brett were instrumental to having the cabin removed and restored at the Mauldin Cultural Center grounds. The cabin is undoubtedly one of the oldest remaining structures in Greenville County.
Greenville ranked in the top 5 growing cities in the United States between 2015-2016. In addition, the city has won numerous awards from top players such as Forbes, Insider, and U.S. News and World Report.
- Population: 25,654 at the 2021 census
- Area: 12.13 mi²
- Elevation: 942 ft
- Zip Code: 29662
Top Sites in Greenville County:
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.
Driving Directions From Mauldin, South Carolina
18 min (13.8 miles)
via I-85 S
Take Mauldin Rd and I-85 S to F F Family Cir in Piedmont
19 min (13.6 mi)
Head southwest on W Butler Rd
Pass by Chick-fil-A (on the left)
Continue onto S-23-186/Mauldin Rd
Continue to follow Mauldin Rd
Use the right lane to merge onto I-85 S via the ramp to Atlanta
Take exit 39 for River Rd toward Piedmont
Turn left onto State Hwy 143/River Rd
Drive to F F Family Cir
1 min (0.2 mi)
126 F F Family Circle, Piedmont, SC