Bed & Mattress Removal $65-$75


  • Philadelphia Fridge , Freezer , Refrigerator removal $45
  • Philadelphia TV or Tube TV removal and haul off $45
  • Philadelphia Mattress or Box Spring removal and pickup $85
  • PhiladelphiaCouch , Love seat , Sofa pickup $75-$100
  • Philadelphia Hot Tub or Spa removal and haul off $300-$350
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We remove your mattress , box spring, bed and frame for a very low price , give us a shout out !!

What other types of junk removal services do we offer?

  • Refrigerator and freezer removal
  • Hot tub and jacuzzi removal
  • Furniture removal
  • Swingset and Trampoline removal
  • Television removal
  • Oven and stove removal
  • Old clutter removal
  • Yard debris removal
  • Waste removal
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Mattress and Box Spring Removal and Haul off $75

We provide junk and trash pickup of all mattress and box spring removal in the DFW area. We are dependable and fast. Got some bed bugs or some blood stains or maybe your just really gross and have never got a new mattress.

If you’ve ever tried it, you’ve likely discovered that mattress disposal is not an easy task. You can’t simply throw them in a dumpster or leave them on the curb with your garbage. Perhaps that’s why many old mattresses unfortunately become abandoned eyesores in alleyways. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Bed bug removal and pickup .

junkguysdfw can take care of your mattress disposal and help find it a good home. We’ll do our best to donate it to charity whenever possible, or ensure that it’s disposed of responsible.

What's included with this service?

  • Removing your mattress from your home
  • Hauling away your mattress

Why should I hire a pro?

Disposing of your old mattress and box spring is not an easy task. You can't simply throw them in a dumpster or leave them on the curb with your garbage. A mattress removal pro can take care of your mattress removal and help it find a good home. Pros will donate it to charity whenever possible or ensure it is disposed of responsibly.

What happens next?

You'll get an email from your mattress removal pro to confirm the date, time, and other details of your mattress removal. Mattress removal times can vary depending on size and location of the mattress.

What do I need to do before my mattress removal appointment?

On the day of your mattress removal appointment, all you need to do is make sure that your mattress is free of sheets, and ready to be removed! Our mattress removal pros will take care of the rest.

What if something goes wrong?

We stand behind every service with our Happiness Guarantee. If you're not satisfied with your mattress removal, we'll make it right or give you a full refund.

Wondering how you should dispose of that old mattress? So before you attempt to toss your mattress out with the trash, take a moment to research some of the mattress removal options below.

Check the condition of that old mattress

Of course, age isn’t everything. So before you try to throw away your mattress, look for these common signs of wear:

  • Rips
  • Stains
  • Frayed Edges
  • Compression

Option #1: Donate Your Mattress

You may not have to get rid of your mattress if it doesn’t show much wear. If it’s also less than five to seven years old, it could still be useful to someone else. Check with relatives and friends who may be looking for an extra mattress, or simply want to replace their current one.

There are also numerous nonprofit organizations and institutions that would gladly take your gently used mattress. The groups below generally accept mattress donations, though local policies may differ:

  • Salvation Army: Offers both local pickup and drop-offs.
  • Goodwill Industries: Offers local drop-off centers.
  • Places of Worship: Churches, temples and synagogues may also accept clean mattresses.
  • Local Charities and Shelters: Local charities occasionally need mattresses as well.

Option #2: Recycle It

If your mattress is old and unsuitable for donation, the next best thing you can do is recycle it. But where can you get rid of a mattress that will also recycle it? In California, Connecticut and Rhode Island, mattresses are legally required to be recycled through a program administered by the Mattress Recycling Council, with costs varying from $9 to $11 per mattress.

Otherwise, there are over 20 states with at least one mattress recycling facility. Use either Earth 911’s database or Sleep on Latex’s list of 100 recycling locations to find a facility near you.

Option #3: Toss Away Your Mattress

If there’s no recycling center near you, your last resort is to simply throw out your mattress. However, it’s not as easy as dropping your old one on the curb. Since mattresses are heavy, bulky and are made with a variety of materials, most municipal trash collection services won’t accept them. You should still check with your local sanitation department to see if they offer mattress removal as part of their bulk collection service.

Apart from your curbside service, there should be plenty of other mattress disposal options in your local area:

  • Dumpster Rental: Depending on state and local disposal regulations, you may be able to dispose of your mattress through a dumpster rental service. Additional disposal fees may apply, ranging from $20 to $100 per item due to local disposal fees charged by the landfill or transfer station.
  • Local Dump: Most local landfills or transfer stations will allow mattresses to be dropped off directly, barring any policies or regulations otherwise. Additional fees may apply.
  • Junk Removal Service: Services that pick up junk for you are another option, though rates vary between $100 and $200 depending on the size of the mattress.

Mattress Disposal FAQs

How do I know if a mattress can be disposed of in a dumpster in my area?

If you are renting a dumpster for a home cleanup or specific project, ask our customer service team if we accept mattresses in your area beforehand. If we do, there may be an additional charge for each mattress you are disposing of due to local disposal fees charged by the landfill or transfer station.

Why is there a fee?

Mattress disposal fees usually only apply when the local landfill or transfer station must break down or recycle the mattress. These charges are directly imposed by the local facility.

Can I break apart my mattress and throw away the accepted materials?

You can break down your mattress yourself to make disposing of it easier, though you may still be subject to any associated disposal fees.

Have some other tricky items to dispose of? Check out our other disposal how-tos to learn how to get rid of other bulky and difficult debris.

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