Need to get rid of the remodeling waste? We get it and we are here to help. We have been providing professional, expedient and cost effective Construction Debris Disposal and Removal solutions to our customers in Salem and all along the North Shore and the cities and towns north of Boston since 2001.
So if you have ceramic tile scraps, drywall scraps, plaster rubble, vinyl siding remnants or lumber remnants, fill out the Construction Debris Disposal form below and a member of our team will contact you to discuss your project.
Construction Debris Disposal and Removal Request Form
General Pricing Guidelines
(curbside construction debris)
Please note: This chart represents a general guideline to our curbside pricing for construction debris. Factors such as denser materials like plaster or concrete will have an affect on price as well as laborious or time consuming tasks such as retrieving items from a second floor or attic. In all instances we will provide you with an upfront quote before we begin. Also, mattresses, box springs, car and truck tires and propane tanks are charged separately.
What do we take?
- Construction Debris
- Renovation & Remodeling waste
- Floor, Wall & Ceiling tile
- Wood flooring
- Sheetrock or drywall
- Vinyl siding
- Bathroom Vanities
- Countertops & Cabinets
- Doors & Windows
- Paint cans (limited amounts)
- Ceramic Tile
- Couches, Loveseats & Sectionals
- Chairs (Dining Room, Kitchen, Living Room etc.)
- Bedroom Bureaus & Dressers
- Entertainment Centers
- Patio Furniture
- Bed Frames
- Lamps & Chandeliers
- Household Trash
- Storage Bins
- Cat trees
- Picture frames
- Yard Waste
- Tree Branches
- Grass Clippings
What don’t we take?
- Large amounts of Paint
- Hazardous Waste
- Acetylene Tanks
- Any gaseous or liquid filled tanks
- Box Springs
- Propane Tanks
- Car Tires
- Truck Tires
- Roofing Shingles
Construction Debris Disposal in Salem, MA links and information
About Construction Debris Removal in Salem MA
There are many reasons for needing Construction DebrisRemoval in Salem. It may be that you are moving out of your residence. It could be that you or your contractor has completed a renovation or remodeling project and need to dispose of the waste. Whatever reason that you do need Construction Debris Removal in Salem, Altri Services is your number one resource for all your Construction Debris Removal in Salem needs.
You are in good hands with Altri Services because we are professional and fully insured. We provide Construction Debris Removal in Salem to all of the neighborhoods listed below. We are locally owned and operated and we keep our overhead low. As a result, we are able to pass the saving along to our customers. Our trucks and equipment are new, so you never have to worry about our dependability. Altri Services values your time and prides itself on being punctual, so you never have to worry your Construction Debris Removal in Salem project being delayed. In short, when you partner with Altri Services, you can be assured the the job will be done right and on-time and at the best possible price.
The links below lead to websites or social media pages for Salem’s neighborhood associations. These associations are private organizations and are not departments or agencies of the City of Salem. The City of Salem is not responsible for any content or materials that appear on an association’s website or social media page.
- Barnes, Clark, Wyman Area Neighborhood Association
- Bridge Street Neck Neighborhood Association
- Broad Street Park Neighborhood Association
- Chestnut Street Neighborhood Associates
- Downtown Neighborhood Association
- Federal Street Neighborhood Association
- Greater Endicott Street Neighborhood Association
- Historic Derby Street Neighborhood Association
- Historic Essex Street Neighborhood Association
- Mack Park Neighborhood Association
- North Street Northfields Neighborhood Association
- Point Neighborhood Association
- Salem Common Neighborhood Association
- Salem Willows Neighborhood Association
- South Salem Neighborhood Association
- Ward 4/Gallows Hill Neighborhood Group
Salem (/ˈseɪləm/ SAY-ləm) is a historic coastal city in Essex County, Massachusetts, located in the North Shore region. Continuous settlement by Europeans began in 1626 with English colonists. Salem would become one of the most significant seaports in early American history.
Today Salem is a residential and tourist area that is home to the House of Seven Gables, Salem State University, Pioneer Village, the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, Salem Willows Park, and the Peabody Essex Museum. It features historic residential neighborhoods in the Federal Street District and the Charter Street Historic District. The city’s population was 44,480 at the 2020 census.
Much of the city’s cultural identity reflects its role as the location of the infamous Salem witch trials of 1692. These were the subject of Arthur Miller‘s play The Crucible (1953). Police cars are adorned with witch logos, a public elementary school is known as Witchcraft Heights, and the Salem High Schoolathletic teams are named the Witches. Gallows Hill was once believed to have been the site of many public hangings, including of persons convicted as witches. It is now a park and used as a playing field for various sports.
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“Construction debris”: Items and waste produced and accumulated as a result of building construction, demolition, renovation, repairs, and or activities related to any of the foregoing, notwithstanding that such activity occurs at a residential property, and as such is not considered residential trash and not eligible to be collected at any time either during curbside collection or dropoff at the city yard. Construction debris includes, but is not limited to, sheet rock, blue board, lumber, sinks, toilets, cabinets, paneling, storm doors, storm windows, doors, wood, sliding doors, power equipment, hand held equipment, rugs and carpeting.