New year. New goal. Get Your Space Back.


It’s that time of year again…everyone is thinking about what their New Year’s resolutions are going to be for 2019. But how do you choose what resolutions to focus on? There are plenty of traditional options: lose weight, get out of debt, spend more time with the family, travel more. Those are all nice and dandy, but have you considered adding “get my space back”? If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, you might want to add that goal to your list:

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Mattress Removal


Are you having a hard time getting rid of an old mattress?

We are told to replace our mattresses every 7-10 years, depending on how well it’s holding up, how comfortable it is, etc. That means you will go through quite a few mattresses throughout your lifetime. However, when you are ready to get rid of a mattress, it can be frustrating trying to find a way to actually dispose of it! Mattresses are not the easiest items to transport, and many people just don’t have a vehicle large enough to get the job done. Additionally, thrift stores have stopped accepting mattresses as a general rule, and obviously, a mattress isn’t going to fit in your trash can; so, traditional options are out.

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Cleaning Up for the Holidays


Are you stressed out about cleaning up for the holidays?

Ah, the holidays! The most wonderful time of the year! Pumpkin pie, turkey, football, caroling, Santa, presents, hot chocolate, and…lots of family time. Most of us look forward to the extra time with our families around the holidays, and while it is a great opportunity, it can turn into a time of added stress and frustration for some. You know…your in-laws’ weird family traditions, fitting several extra people in your home, Christmas shopping, planning activities that everyone will enjoy. It can become a bit overwhelming. Continue Reading

Junk Removal for Senior Citizens


As we all know, people in different phases of life are in need of different things. When you were younger, you may have been in need of services you don’t need as you get older. On the other hand, as you age and enter the golden years, there are services that are more beneficial to you now than when you were younger. One such service might be assistance with junk removal. Consider the following to determine if junk removal for senior citizens might be right for you: Continue Reading

Home Clean-Up and Organization for a Successful School Year

Did you know getting organized can help contribute to a successful school year?

Students across the valley are headed back to school. If you have children, you know that school is always a family affair. Poor school-related organization can impact an entire family negatively. Families and students who struggle to manage time, keep track of things, or both, usually report elevated levels of unhappiness and stress. Additionally, parent-child relationships may deteriorate considerably as a result of poor school performance arising from disorganization. Fortunately, we have gathered various strategies to ensure you are organized and ready for a successful school year. Continue Reading

How to Dispose of Hazardous Chemicals

Ever wonder what happens to those hazardous chemicals after you throw them away or dump it down the sink?

Products such as bleach, oven cleaners, insect and weed killers, and drain uncloggers are harmful chemicals that are likely to be sitting in your home right now. While we are careful to keep these hazardous chemicals away from children, we aren’t so careful when disposing of them. Continue Reading

Spring Cleaning Checklist

It’s that time of year again for spring cleaning, but what about spring decluttering?

With spring right around the corner, a lot of people will be beginning their spring cleaning. While you may be focused on deep cleaning your kitchen appliances, your bathroom walls, and bedroom carpets, you shouldn’t forget about decluttering. Whether it’s decluttering your teenage son’s bedroom or that hall closet everyone seems to throw stuff in, it’s time to get rid of some stuff.

To get started with decluttering, try sorting items into one of these 3 groups:

  • Keep- Items that are used periodically or daily.
  • Sell or donate- Items that are not used any longer, but still have a few years left in them.
  • Throw away- Items that are not used any longer because they are broken or have seen their days.

To help you have a better understanding of what to throw away, here is a list of items that may be time to say ‘goodbye’ to :

  • Appliances that don’t work anymore (Blenders, toasters, vacuums, freezers, etc.)
  • Excess rags you don’t use
  • Extra bath towels that are just taking up cupboard space
  • Expired products (Medicine, cleaning products, beauty products, etc.)
  • Plastic grocery bags
  • Old (or new) clothes you don’t wear
  • Unread books
  • Unused cookbooks
  • Old magazines
  • DVDs, CDs, and VHS tapes
  • Unused cables, phone chargers, and wires
  • Untouched office supplies
  • Old toys (Inside and outside)
  • Pots and pans that have been ruined or haven’t been touched in a year
  • Unused paper plates, napkins, plastic utensils, etc.
  • Old and worn out board games

If, by the end of your spring cleaning, you find yourself with loads of garbage bags you don’t know what to do with, contact Garbage Guy. Garbage Guy is located in Arizona and serves in Chandler, Gilbert, Phoenix, Mesa, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Scottsdale, and Tempe. Garbage Guy can come to your rescue and clean/pick up any amount of garbage and take it right where it belongs.

How to Properly Dispose of Batteries

From double A’s to cars there are regulations on how to dispose of batteries, do you know what they are? 

These days, batteries are used in just about everything, because of this it is crucial that you know and understand the proper techniques to dispose of batteries. From children’s toys to cars and phones, batteries are a must have in today’s society. While batteries are used for several devices and gadgets, they aren’t all the same. Depending on what they are used for, batteries come in all shapes, sizes, and types; and not all of these batteries are toxic or spillable, but each must be disposed of according to their type.

The general rules to dispose of batteries are as follows:

  • Alkaline Batteries: Depending on your local waste regulations, alkaline batteries can simply be thrown away or recycled.
  • Car Batteries: Because they contain lead acid, car batteries should be sent to a hazardous waste collection site or an auto parts retailer.
  • Rechargeable Batteries: Rechargeable batteries contain nickel and cadmium, so they must be sent to a hazardous waste collection site, a recycling facility, or an electronics retailer that recycles batteries.
  • Lithium Polymer Batteries: Discharge these batteries down to 0 volt, then after cutting the discharge lead, twist the voltage and ground wires together to secure that there is no charge in the pack.
  • Lithium-ion Batteries: Non-spillable and also non-toxic, but do have recycled uses. Through high temperature metal reclamation, Lithium-ion batteries are recycled and reused in many new products. 

To dispose of batteries improperly may result in explosions and the release of toxic chemicals into the air, but even though some don’t have these dangerous hazards, they still have a big impact in the making of new products when recycled. To ensure that chemical hazards do not occur, make sure to properly dispose of your dead or unnecessary batteries, or give us a call and we’ll come pick them up and properly dispose of each type for you.

Is your swing set getting old?

  • One of the jobs we did this week was to remove an old, rickety swing set and play house.  Swing set removal can be tricky… It looked like it had been well-loved over the years, but it was now ready to retire.   I can imagine that when the play house and swing set combo first arrived, it was greeted with a lot of excitement and enthusiasm as the pieces were laid out, parts assembled, and the structure took shape.   However, over time, sunshine, use, and mother nature took a toll on the wood, plastic, and other parts.  What was once a source of fun had become an eyesore and serious splinter-risk!  Taking apart the structure in the same way it was assembled would be an all-day endeavor.   Thankfully, we carry a saw in the truck and were able to cut apart the structure in a very short time.  The swing set and play house came down quickly and we gathered up all of the pieces to haul it away.   The eyesore is gone and the yard space increased immediately.

Do you have an old playhouse, trampoline, shed, hot tub, swing set or other bulky item that you need to go away?    We can make it happen!

For any of these services, call Garbage Guy:

  • Swing set removal
  • Hot tub removal
  • Shed removal
  • Play house removal
  • Trampoline removal
  • Bulk Trash removal
  • Junk removal of all sorts


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There are a lot of ways to get rid of trash.  Arizona Dumpster Rental is one way.   Full service companies such as ours is another if you don’t want to do all of the lifting and loading yourself.   We offer another option for those looking for a dumpster in Queen Creek, AZ Gilbert, AZ Mesa, AZ and San Tan Valley, AZ.

We drop off our huge trailer…  you get 3 days or a weekend to clean up and fill it.  We pick it up and handle all of the hauling and disposal.   You get the benefit of our equipment without needing a truck to haul it and save yourself 6-8 trips to the dump.    Our flat rate pricing includes all hauling, transport, and disposal fees.

Furniture, appliances, yard debris, tree trimmings, household trash, electronics, etc – we take it all!  Dumpster rentals come in all shapes and sizes.   Ours is a lot easier on driveway and landscape surfaces – we can park it almost anywhere and it won’t chip, scratch, or crack your driveway!   If you need a dumpster in Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, Queen Creek, or San Tan Valley, Arizona – we are neighbors so we can get to you fast.    Plan ahead for your dumpster rental and we can drop off the trailer on a Friday for a weekend project or Monday for weekday dumpster needs.   Weekends are busy times for our dumpster / dump trailer, so book early.   In the notes section of our scheduling form, simply mention that you want the self-serve dumpster rather than full service.   That will give you a few days to sort through things and load up the dumpster at your convenience.    Please contact us with any questions about the type of debris that can be safely hauled.


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