Clayton Trash, Waste and Garbage Removal
The pleasant, smallish city of Clayton, California, is situated in the low-lying regions between many mountainous green spaces to the east, south, and west and the magnificent shores of Suisun Bay, which lies ten miles due north of Clayton’s top border. A member of the seemingly endless list of satellite communities which comprise beautiful Contra Costa County, Clayton is just over twenty miles from Oakland and Berkeley, and just across the San Francisco Bay on the heavily-travelled Oakland Bay Bridge. The well-structured, family-oriented city of Clayton offers many appealing community events throughout the year, from an annual Art and Wine Festival in May to the popular Concerts in the Grove series.
General Trash and Recycling
Republic Services (formerly Allied Waste) is the provider of Clayton’s basic trash and recycling services. In addition to the standard set of services, they also offer disposal of sharps materials such as needles and lancets to help keep you and others safe. If you’re already familiar with Republic Services, you may not know that they offer online bill pay, a feature that makes putting most of your thinking about trash something easy.
Want to know what day your trash or recycling will be picked up? Check What’s My Collection Day at their website.
Clayton home values have been on a steady upswing since 2012, and with the substantial increase in prices, many have opted to either sell or renovate or both. One fairly consistent result of this is residual and partially used cans of paint. Often homeowners will keep this as spare for when that accidental foot through the wall happens and you need the perfect match for its repair. Excess paint is great for fix-it’s, but when it’s just cluttering up the garage and it’s time to get rid of it, you can’t simply throw it out. Fortunately, there are some easy options.
- Shameless plug here, but we’ll pick it up and dispose of it properly for you. That’s the easiest option because you don’t even have to leave your home.
- Pack up all that paint and head right on down to Sherwin-Williams (5443 Clayton Rd) where they accept oil-based and latex paints as well as stains and varnish. Keep in mind, they have a 5-gallon limit.
Home Improvement Stores in Clayton
When it comes to big box stores with tons of solutions that address an array of home improvement questions, small-town Clayton can’t compete with their larger neighbors, Concord, Pittsburg and Walnut Creek. Depending on your location in Clayton, you will choose one of those three cities, all within a ten-mile radius, for your comprehensive home improvement needs. Some specialty local home improvement stores, such as Bill’s Ace Hardware, located at 4451 Clayton Road (925-825-4100), do carry many home improvement items and can help the residents of Clayton with many of their home repair and decorating needs.
Prominent Contractors in Clayton
No one would expect to find a long list of contractors serving a small town like Clayton, but there are—surprisingly—more than a few contractors and builders located right within the city’s limits, and many more can be found in next-door neighbor, Concord, California. Schaffer & Company, Inc. is located at 75 El Portal Drive in Clayton (925-673-9400). Motto Construction turns in a consistent online rating of five stars as local contractors and builders; they are located at 5433 Clayton Road in Clayton (925-457-2724). And Diablo View Construction, at 738 Bloching Circle (925-822-5144), also has excellent online reviews.
Clayton is located in California and was founded in 1857 by Joel Henry Clayton and his two younger brothers. It’s a small community located east of Concord at the foot of Mount Diablo, with a population of about 12,000.
All American Hauling offers full services in the city of Clayton and would be happy to provide an immediate estimate for your hauling and garbage removal needs. Give Bryan a call (the phone number is listed at the top of the page) to discuss the specifics of your situation.
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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Have you decided to purge all your junk at home but your community won’t allow it because you already reached your limit? Don’t let it sit in your yard because it will become a target of rodents, cockroaches, and other pests that will make your bad day even worse. Junk that junk fast! Why not eliminate this problem by calling a junk removal company? Don’t know where to start?
Here is my quick guide on how to book a junk removal service:
1. Visit a junk removal website.
Most junk removal services have websites. Check them online by searching for junk removal service plus your location (i.e., junk removal, Clayton, California).
2. Look for the services offered.
Sometimes hauling companies have junk removal services that are only for commercial establishments while others only offer residential services. Check them out and see if it fits your needs. If you are aiming for appliance removal, then aim for companies that offer such.
3. Schedule for an appointment.
It is difficult to tell how much trash you have through the phone or email. A good practice of trash removal companies are that they visit your house for a free estimate. In this way, they can see how much junk you actually have and plan for your hauling needs. If a company does not offer free estimates stay away from it.
4. Prepare your waste.
Get all your waste and pile it up outside. In this way, we speed up the estimate and the pick up process. Ask to be called 30 minutes to 1 hour before they arrive so that you will have time to think of anything you forgot.
5. Then wait.
After the estimate and when you have agreed on the price for your trash, they will immediately call the hauling crew. For a safer hauling job, wait for them to come then wait until they leave.
- Commercial junk removal services can be moderately expensive, use them only when it’s necessary.
- Look for companies that recycle your trash.
- For construction and demolition debris, I suggest your residential garbage disposal service that has C&D.
- Residential junk removal services are cheaper if it’s near your area. If you are in Clayton, California, All American Hauling is your number 1 choice.