What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cleaning & Maintenance
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
-800-HAUL-OUT is a full service haul-out and junk removal company. We do all the work, start to finish, for every one of our valued customers.
Our professional and courteous team of Haul Out Heroes will gladly do whatever it takes to provide you with the best customer service imaginable! We will get the job done quickly and professionally. Our main goal is to earn your trust and faith in our service. Our motivated team members go above and beyond what is expected of a junk/ garbage removal company in order to challenge YOUR expectations. We follow up with every one of our customers to ensure that our Heroes lived up to their name, achieved their mission, and provided the best service possible for your unique haul-out needs.
You can be a hero too, just by choosing 1-800-Haul-Out as your haul-out company. We consider ourselves heroes because we recycle or donate 70% of the materials we haul away. The term “junk removal” implies that your unwanted items have no use somewhere else. We know that this is not the case! We spend countless hours sorting the unwanted items we collect to donate to local charities, various centers, schools, and local artists. Everything that cannot be re-purposed is sorted for recycling. If you have a charity or cause that could use donations of clothing, lightly used furniture, or anything else, please call us! We would love to be your hero!
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
WE are looking for a 2003 H2 hummer wrap design. We really want to make this eye catching. With a strong emphasis on the "Hero" concept, we are thinking something between batman and superhero vehicles. Possible some flames, but want to keep the company logo "1-800-haul-out still very much part of the design.
Our new company slogan is " A Hero can be Anyone". This can be incorporated in the design as well.
Think over the top. Think Eye catching. We want people to stop and want to take a picture next to the truck.