Shed Removal

Shed cleanout/removal and demolition Service

Over time sheds can easily become crowded and messy, Most people begin with a few items and before they know it can barely walk through their shed. If you would like to get rid of unwanted junk from your shed or get rid of the shed entirely, we can make this easy for you. Junk Liberty can take the stress off of your mind and from one glance to another solve your shed problem. 

Shed cleanout service

We get it! It is a sweaty job, there may be bees and insects hiding out and a time consuming task that not many look forward to. Take a deep breath and take back your day knowing the experts at Junk Liberty offer a shed cleanout service. It will feel like you snapped your fingers and got your shed back. Any unwanted or unused items we will remove from your property freeing up space in your shed.

This is the process for booking us for your shed cleanout: 

  1. Simply call 833-JunkLiberty or book a date and time online with a 2 hour window.
  2. You will receive a call 30 minutes before your booked time to confirm arrival.
  3. Once we arrive we will briefly go over pricing. If you agree, we clear out the unwanted items in your shed on the spot.
  4. Before payment we will make sure your needs are met and clean up the work area.

 Shed demolition and removal

Getting rid of an entire shed can seem like a daunting task. Simply put, it is, unless you are a junk removal expert. There is no room for intimidation on a shed removal when you call Junk Liberty. Below are some steps to consider before tearing down a shed.

Do you need a permit to tear down your shed?

Each county has different requirements for a shed build or teardown. You always want to check with the county before demolishing your shed. A general rule of thumb is if your shed is 200 square feet or less and does not have electrical or plumbing you are clear to remove the shed, even if you are within this rule of thumb still check with your county before removing your shed. 

Since Junk Liberty works mainly with Florida, specifically Tampa and Wesley Chapel, According to the Florida Building code sheds 200 square feet or less and used exclusively for storage purposes are exempt from permitting requirements. However, the county location requirements must be adhered to when building.

If per county requirements you did not need a permit to build the shed, you therefore, do not need a permit to demolish or remove the shed.

Equipment needed to remove your shed

When tearing down a shed there are many tools and equipment required to do the job safely and properly. Keep in mind when hiring a junk removal company these are costs that can be avoided.

  • Drill
  • Hammer
  • Pry Bar
  • Wheelbarrow
  • Pliers
  • Hand Saw
  • Reciprocating saw or Angle Grinder
  • Ladder
  • Broom
  • Gloves
  • Safety Glasses
  • Proper Footwear
  • Hard Hat
  • Jackhammer (for cement foundations)
  • Mini Skid Steer (optional:for larger sheds)
  • Truck or trailer (for hauling)

Along with these tools, the proper experience or knowledge is an advantage for job efficiency and safety. And do not forget tearing down the shed is the first part then these large heavy materials need to be hauled off and disposed of. Consider these factors before attempting to tackle this job, A junk removal company may be a better option.

Steps to remove your shed

  1. Disconnect electricity.
  2. Turn off the water source and disconnect plumbing.
  3. Remove windows.
  4. Remove Doors.
  5. Remove shingles or roofing material then unattach the roof from the shed frame and set aside.
  6. Remove the walls.
  7. Take apart the floor. Steps will be different if the floor is concrete compared to wood.

There is no way around it, this is hard work. If you would like to see how much it costs to remove your shed call 833-586-5542 and we will send a guy out as soon as possible.

How do we price our shed removal?

Good question! Shed removal can range from $300-$2000. If you have read above it is easy to see that there are many variables in shed removal. Below is a quick list on how we estimate pricing for a shed removal.

Is there electrical or plumbing involved?

It takes knowledge and experience to safely disconnect electricity and plumbing from the shed. In this knowledge we avoid any electrical, fire or water damage to the property. That is why we make sure the shed removal expert we send can cover all these bases. We can not send any guy out to complete this job. If there is electrical or plumbing attached to your shed this can fluctuate the price.

What is the foundation made out of?

The labor involved in removing a wood foundation and a cement foundation differ vastly for obvious reasons. Cement can cost more due to the weight of the disposal and the hard work that goes into breaking it up.

What condition is the shed in?

Old sheds have taken damage over time by the sun and rain leaving rust and rot which makes these sheds easier to dispose of. Newer sheds typically consist of stronger material making a difference in labor for a tear down.

Where is the shed located?

If our truck can back straight up to your shed this makes it easier for us to remove, therefore giving us an opportunity to give you better pricing. We are not strangers to sheds that are in the back of a 2 acre property that our vehicle can not reach. In short, distance plays a variable in pricing.

Call junk Liberty today and we can quickly give you a free estimate on your shed removal.