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Various types of debris such as:
- Household furniture
- yard waste
- construction Debris
What we don’t take:
- Large amounts of dirt, concrete, and rock
- Hazardous material
- Or any type of chemical
Cash, credit, and check.
Napa Valley Hauling believes in eco-friendly hauling practices.
We donate where possible.
What we can’t donate we take to a recycle center/ transfer station where the materials are separated and recycled.
Napa Valley Hauling feels that with our eco-friendly hauling services we contribute to making a healthier planet for future generations to come.
Yes. Napa Valley Hauling understands the importance of cost when it comes to construction projects, that is why we offer a discounted commercial rate for licensed contractors.
We believe you should keep your specialized employees on the job site while we take care of the debris for your project.
We also offer 30 day invoicing; and we are insured and bonded. Plus we have large trucks to remove your debris faster and more efficiently.
Napa Valley Hauling understands you have a busy life with work, family and other demands.
If the pile of debris is clear and concise and we have access to it, then let us handle it and take care of it for you. We can take a credit card over phone or an email and we can simply take care of business and collect later.
You can rest assured with our company: The people we send are our employees, not independent contractors, so you can rest assured they have gone through all the proper training and background checks.
- American Canyon
- Solano County
- St. Helena
- Pope valley
If you don’t see your city, give us a call any way, maybe we can help or at least provide resources.
Napa Valley Hauling understands that every other hauling company refers to themselves at a junk hauling company. We personally don’t use the work junk because the materials that we take away we feel are not junk, they are being donated to someone in need or the material is repurposed for a greater need and cause.