Meet The Owner
Junk Removal Spartanburg 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 Spartanburg SC. Marcus has been in the Upstate 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 Spartanburg 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 Spartanburg 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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Other Cities that are serviced other than Junk Removal Spartanburg SC
Seneca, Walhalla, Westminister, Salem, West Union, Fair Play, Utica, and many more
Abbeville, Calhoun Falls, Antreville, Lake Secession, and many more
Sylva, Sapphire, Cashiers, Cullowhee, Dillsboro, Webster, Balsam, Forest Hills, and many more
Hendersonville, Etowah, Flat Rock, Mills River, Fletcher, East Flat Rock, Edneyville, Laurel Park, Horse Shoe, Valley Hill, Dana, Mountain Home, Balfour, Gerton, Barker Heights, and many more
Brevard, Rosman, Sapphire, and many more
Waynesville, Canton, Clyde, Maggie Valley, Lake Junaluska, West Canton, and many more
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you get rid of a couch?
Eco-Friendly Options for Getting Rid of Your Couch
- Donate Your Couch. A great option for a couch in good used condition, is to donate it to an organization like the Salvation Army, Goodwill or Habitat for Humanity. …
- Recycle Your Couch. …
- Junk Removal. …
- Sell Your Couch. …
- Repair Your Couch.
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.
Should you tip for junk removal?
While tipping is not expected, it is always appreciated, especially when the job is difficult.
About Spartanburg South Carolina
Spartanburg SC is a city that resides in Spartanburg County and borders the state line of North Carolina. This city is also called “The Sparkle City” because of a band in history called “Joe Bennett and the Sparkletones”.
Spartanburg has a rich history of having many different recreational activities to do. Examples of those activities are:
Cleveland Park is an outdoor recreation facility that is located off of North Cleveland Park Drive in Spartanburg South Carolina (Click Here). The park was a contribution to Jesse Cleveland who passed away in 1825 as a memorial to the memory of this fantastic life. Jesse came to Spartanburg in 1810 and lived above the Cleveland Hotel as a merchant for 41 years. They have add many features to this park such as an amphitheater, an event/party site, grills, a horseshoe pit, a lake, outdoor fitness equipment, a playground, trails, and many more.
Spartanburg Art Museum is the only contemporary art museum in the Upstate are and is located off of East St John Street in Spartanburg South Carolina (Click Here). The museum moved to its current location in 2007 from Spring Street and has a long historical history that dates back from 1907. The actual founders were two prominent local artists by the names of Josephine Sibley Couper and Margaret Law who brought an art exhibit to Spartanburg called The Girl with Red Hair in 1907. Since that first exhibit, the combined collection of art pieces collected are up to approximately 250 pieces of art.
Croft Park is a historical park that is located off of Croft State Park Road in Spartanburg South Carolina (Click Here). The area where the park is located used to be a U.S. military training ground called “Camp Croft” in 1938. There was over a quarter million troops that was trained at the post under the command of for Major General Edward Croft (1874-1938). Since the decommission of the base in 1945, the government sold 7,000 of its 19,000 acres to the state of South Carolina for use as a park. The park finally opened in 1949 and has a wide variety of features such as over 20 miles of biking and hiking trails, a playground, picnicking and camping, fishing and boating in one of two lakes, horseback riding, and many more.
- Population: 38,401at the 2021 census
- Area: 20.37 mi²
- Elevation: 797 ft (243 m)
- Zip Code: 29301, 29302, 29303, 29306, 29307
Top Sites in Spartanburg County:
Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve is a 10-acre public garden located off of John B. White Sr. Blvd. in Spartanburg South Carolina (Click Here). This garden was created in 1969 and has been on the most talked about places to visit in the Upstate. They have progressed to be in the top 10% of attractions worldwide on the TripAdvisors 2020 Travelers’ Choice List and they are also highly ranked in the top things to do in Spartanburg.
Barnet Park is a outdoor recreation facility that is located off of East St John Street in Spartanburg South Carolina (Click Here). This establishment has a Amphitheater called the “Zimmerli” and it provides an outdoor theater for musical, dance and drama performances including a picnic pavilion, several miles of walking trails make the area a nice getaway from the business district, playgrounds, and may more features.
The Hub City Railroad Museum is vintage train memorial facility that is located off of Magnolia Street in Spartanburg South Carolina (Click Here). This museum presents the history of Spartanburg’s railroads and two major industries called the Southern Railway, Clinchfield, C&WC, Piedmont & Northern, Glenn Springs, Pacolet Mill railroad and their streetcars. These industries were top of their class in production and shipping of textiles and peaches in the history of the Upstate. Housed in the former Southern Railway Depot, the museum affords great views of both Norfolk Southern’s Crescent Line as well as CSX’s former Clinchfield line and Belton Sub Division.
Driving Directions From Spartanburg, South Carolina
45 min (38.0 miles)
via I-85 S
Get on I-85 S from US-29 S
18 min (9.1 mi)
Follow I-85 S to State Hwy 143/River Rd in Powdersville. Take exit 39 from I-85 S
25 min (26.8 mi)
Follow State Hwy 143/River Rd to F F Family Cir in Piedmont
4 min (2.1 mi)
126 F F Family Circle, Piedmont, SC