Austin is an absolute wonderful city, with residents perks that would make your head spin. There are so many amazing things about Austin that it would take days to list them all out. One of the perks to living in Austin though, that is at the top of the list, is the fact that you have access to the greatest junk removal crew on the map, and Austin’s favorite. Yup, you guessed it. The Stand Up Guys Junk Removal Crew!
The Stand Up Guys Junk Removal Crew have been considered Austin’s favorite junk removal crew for quite some time. How did we earn this title with the residents and businesses of Austin? That’s a loaded question, since there are so many reasons, but let me give you a few. First and foremost, The Stand Up Guys have become Austin’s favorite junk hauling crew over the years because of our customer service and overall customer care. At Stand Up Guys we ensure that all of our customers receive the best possible service every time. This means we go above and beyond to offer our customers a WOW type experience. This is not a common thing in our industry and one of the big reasons that we ‘Stand’ tall above our competition.
Another reason why The Stand Up Guys have become Austin’s favorite junk removal crew and go to company for all hauling and cleanout needs, is because of what we do with your items once we remove them. At Stand Up Guys we believe that most items can find a second home and don’t need to simply be trashed. In Austin we donate and recycle more than 60% of the items that we remove. We do any and everything we can to ensure that your old items can find a new, warm home. This helps not overfill landfills and helps around your community. It’s a win win!
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Austin wasn’t even originally called Austin. It was called “Waterloo“, and the name was changed in order to honor Stephen F. Austin, the “Father of Texas” and the republic’s first secretary of state.
In addition to “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin is known as the “Violet Crown City,” a reference to the purplish light cast over the hills on winter evenings.