New Furniture Coming?
Need to get rid of the old? We get it and we are here to help. We have been providing professional, expedient and cost effective Furniture Removal solutions to our customers in Malden, MA and all along the North Shore and the cities and towns north of Boston since 2001. .
So if you need a Basement Cleanout, Garage Cleanout or even a whole House Cleanout, fill out the Furniture Removal Request Form below and our team will contact you to discuss a solution to your clutter problem.
Furniture Removal Request Form
General Pricing Guidelines (curbside)
Please note: This chart represents a general guideline to our curbside pricing. 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. OUR MINIMUM CHARGE IS $200
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
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About Furniture Removal in Malden MA
There are many reasons for needing Furniture Removal in Malden. It may be that you are moving out of your residence or perhaps you are getting a new couch, a new dining room set or a new bedroom set. Whatever reason that you do need Furniture Removal in Malden, Altri Services is your number one resource for all your Furniture Removal in Malden needs.
You are in good hands with Altri Services because we are professional and fully insured. We provide Furniture Removal in Malden 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 Furniture Removal in Malden 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.
Malden’s strength, diversity and vitality are all rooted in its neighborhoods, where many cultures are embraced and celebrated. Each neighborhood shares the commonality of being in Malden yet each has it’s own individual character and history.
Bellrock is the south central section of the City, bordered by Main Street on the east, Charles Street on the north, the Malden River on the west, and the Everett line on the south. It contains Bell Rock Memorial Park (listed on the National Register of Historic Places) and Bell Rock Cemetery (also listed) which contains marked graves dating back to 1670. Bell Rock Cemetery was called Sandy Bank until the establishment of the Salem Street Cemetery in 1832; it was then known as the Old Burial Ground for half a century until it was renamed in 1882.
The Edgeworth neighborhood is the southwest section of the City. It contains Devir Park, Callahan Park and the City’s recently renovated football facility, Macdonald Stadium. This is the original home of the Converse “All-Star” Basketball Sneakers and the Converse Rubber Factory was once operated at the bottom of Pearl Street. Edgeworth is also home to St. Rocco’s Feast which has been celebrated in this neighborhood every August since 1929.
The Faulkner neighborhood is bounded by Ferry Street on the west, the City of Everett on the South, Dell Street on the east and Salem Street on the north. During the 19th Century, industry developed in this area and a large immigrant neighborhood around Bryant and Cross Streets took shape. The area became known as Suffolk Square. Parks in this neighborhood include Daniels Park, Lincoln Commons, Roosevelt Park and Harvard Street Park.
Ferryway is the south central section of the City. It contains the Ferryway School and Newman Park. The land where the school stands was formerly known as Ferryway Green.
Forestdale is the north central section of the City and it contains the Forestdale School and park. It also has the largest park in Malden, Pine Banks Park which was donated to the Cities of Malden and Melrose by the first Mayor of Malden, Elisha Converse. Forestdale Cemetery is also located in this neighborhood and is the largest cemetery in the City. Parts of Forest Street follow an old Indian path.
Linden is the southeast section of the city located East of Broadway/Route 99. It contains the Linden School and Hunting Field which was once a park that encompassed the entire area inside of Broadway, Salem Street, Eastern Avenue, and Claremont Street, save for a few homes and a large trolley car barn that was located where Econo Lodge is today. The park at one point had public gardens and a fountain. One of the last remaining vestiges of this park is Education Way which was the old entrance. One of the original park’s large oak trees still stands on the corner of Claremont Street as well as some of the stone walls.
Maplewood is located approximately one mile east of the Malden downtown. Maplewood Square is the heart of the Maplewood neighborhood and contains many shops and restaurants. Numerous public buses connect Maplewood to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Orange line. There are three public parks in the neighborhood: Roosevelt, South Broadway and Trafton. Trafton Park has recently been renovated with a tot lot, tennis courts, and an off-leash dog run. The Northern Strand Bike trail travels through Maplewood on its route to the sea.
The West End neighborhood is the northwest section of the City, along the border of Medford. It contains the Immaculate Conception Parish, the Fellsmere Pond and Amerige Park. The Beebe School is located in this neighborhood. The Malden Hospital, when it was operating, was also located in the West End.