Alamo Waste, Garbage and Trash Removal
The delightful, tree-lined city of Alamo, California is a still-unincorporated city, one of many bedroom communities that decorate Contra Costa County. Its 2012 census count put the Alamo population at just over 15,000. The city’s residents experience regular earthquakes which amount to small tremors, emanating from a thrust fault that originates in nearby Mount Diablo, however, none of the tremors has caused notable damage and neighboring Hayward Fault is considered much more active and troublesome. Alamo, California has enjoyed a healthy, steady growth since its first census was taken in the year of 1960, resulting in a population of 1,791.
Home Improvement Stores in Alamo
Several small-town, well-stocked hardware stores can be found in Alamo, California, but the nearest big-box home improvement stores may require venturing outside of the city limits. There’s a Home Depot, for example, two cities away in San Ramon, but that is only a drive of about ten minutes on the I-680 freeway. Nearer at hand, try Alamo Ace Hardware at 3211 Danville Boulevard in Alamo (925-837-2420); Direct Sales Floors at 121 Diablo Road (925-837-0555); and Hardwood Floor Connection at 112 West Linda Mesa Avenue (925-855-7171) for your normal weekend home repair and improvement puttering projects.
Prominent Contractors in Alamo
Alamo residents have but to drive a few miles in just about any direction to enter a neighboring town with contractors and construction options they might not find near at hand. There are, however, several good contractors and specialty suppliers right in town. Take Westwind Builders and Electric, Inc., for example. They are located at 3000 Danville Boulevard in Alamo (925-855-0540), and display a five-star rating on Yelp. Kearns Construction Services (925-250-6153), David Brothers Construction (510-541-1643), and The Hansen Group (925-383-3839) are likewise very well respected and can be depended upon to turn in professional contracting work.
Alamo is located in California just south of Walnut Creek. It’s a small unincorporated community with a population of 15,626 (2000 census). The area was named in 1850 by the Spanish, inspired by the poplar trees that line San Ramon Creek. Tatcan Indians had inhabited the area for over 5000 years but the area was taken over by the Mission San Jose in 1797 and it later evolved into modern-day Alamo.
All American Hauling services the Alamo community with all of its standard services including garbage, trash and junk removal, commercial debris, demolition, clean-up projects and standard waste removal. If you have garbage that needs to be removed, call us to discuss the details and get an immediate estimate over the phone.
All American Hauling is a leading yard clean-up removal company serving the San Francisco Bay Area Trash Removal and, in particular, the East Bay region in Contra Costa County. We do both commercial and residential hauling jobs and provide FAST professional quality service at very competitive rates. Call us today to discuss your project and get an immediate estimate over the phone!
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Junk Hauling and garbage removal really isn’t something people spend much time thinking about. As it is, hauling in general is not something you should have to think about much, but when you need it, it’s good to know where to turn. Here in Alamo, it’s best to turn to reputable company which is why I recommend All American Hauling. Not only is All American Hauling eco-friendly and very experienced, but their customer service is excellent and their prices are right.
Aside from the above mentioned comforts, it’s also good to know that All American Hauling is properly licensed and insured. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that they’re a local, family-owned business. I personally used them when my wife and l decided to have our hot tub removed and turn the backyard into a more spacious and comfortable area for entertaining.
This was a huge project and resulted in a significant amount of yard and construction debris needing to be hauled off. Of course at this point, we knew exactly who to call. All American Hauling had already disposed of our old hot tub and took care of us just as fast and efficiently this second time around. The second time around was different though. There were a lot more “pieces” this time. Rather than one big piece of junk to haul, there were piles of stuff both big and small. Turned out this wasn’t a problem.
The owner, Bryan Bell, came by with his men and in short time, they loaded up their trucks and out of Alamo they did haul! If you’re an Alamo resident and you need a solid, stand-up garbage hauling service, I strongly recommend All American Hauling.
It’s also worth noting that they service more than just Alamo. Danville, Blackhawk, San Ramon and Walnut Creek are all part of their service area. As a matter of fact, I believe if you’re in the Bay Area, you’re covered.