JunkMD+ is The Unbeatable Hauling Service in Del Mar - Fastest, Friendliest, Efficient
With our flawless reviews on Yelp & Google, JunkMD is the best choice to remove and properly dispose of all sorts of junk, including: old furniture, mattress removal, appliance removal, cleanouts, e-waste removal, recycling, commercial junk removal, construction debris, & lots more! If you don’t want it, we can haul it. Learn more about Appliance Removal
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WHAT'S A JUNKMD+ HOUSE CALL?
Full Service Removal
This isn’t dumpster rental. With JunkMD+, we handle all the heavy lifting, removal, hauling, and disposal for you!
Clear & Up-Front Pricing
We’ll always give you a free, no-obligation estimate right up front. No hidden fees or added charges!
We’re quick, too! Give us a call today and we’ll be on site within 24 hours!
WHY CUSTOMERS CALL US THE "BEST JUNK REMOVAL SERVICE IN DEL MAR":
We take pride in doing the job right every single time. We listen and take the time to understand exactly what you want us to do, and we treat you and your property with care and respect. We’re dedicated to providing the best service in the industry, period.
THE JUNKMD + JUNK REMOVAL PROCESS
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THE DEL MAR JUNK REMOVAL EXPERTS
We service Del Mar, CA and the surrounding areas.
We’re the junk removal experts. With years of experience, proper tools, plenty of muscle, and the best customer service in the business, we’re ready to tackle even the toughest junk removal jobs with a smile.
We’re local! Junk MD isn’t some big, faceless junk removal corporation. We live, work, and play in Del Mar, and we’re as committed to the well-being of our community as you are.
About Del Mar, CA
City of Del Mar, California
Del Mar (Spanish pronunciation: [del ˈmaɾ]; Spanish for "Of the Sea") is a beach town in San Diego County, California, located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Established in 1885 as a seaside resort, the city incorporated in 1959. The Del Mar Horse Races are hosted on the Del Mar racetrack every summer. In 1885, Colonel Jacob Taylor purchased 338 acres (1.37 km2) from Enoch Talbert, with visions of building a seaside resort for the rich and famous. The United States Navy operated a Naval Auxiliary Air Facility for blimps at Del Mar during World War II. The population was 3,954 at the 2020 census, down from 4,161 at the 2010 census.The town has a wealthy population along the coast and the bluffs above the ocean. However, these properties are very vulnerable to climate change caused sea level rise and subsequent coastal erosion. Already transportation infrastructure has been under threat. The city has a Climate change adaptation plan that notably doesn't have any managed retreat strategy even though it was recommended by the state California Coastal Commission in 2019. == History == Del Mar was first settled in the early 1880s by Theodore M. Loop, a railroad official, and his wife Ella. Ella gave the site its name, inspired by Bayard Taylor's poem "The Fight of Paso del Mar".
- Area: 4.601762 km²
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- Weather: 25.33 °C, Wind NW at 7 km/h , 61% Humidity
- Population: 4,161