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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
Areas We Service
About Altri Services Junk Removal in Marblehead MA
There are many reasons for needing Junk Removal in Marblehead. 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. Perhaps you have just completed a remodeling project and need to get rid of the waste. Whatever reason that you do need Junk Removal in Marblehead, Altri Services is your number one resource for all your Junk Removal in Marblehead needs.
You are in good hands with Altri Services because we are professional and fully insured. We provide Junk Removal in Marblehead 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 Junk Removal in Marblehead 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.
zip code 01945 where Altri Services provides Junk Removal in Marblehead MA
- West Town Landing.
- Beacon St / Green St.
- Town Center.
“Call it unique, picturesque, cussed, distinctive, pixilated, fascinating — that’s Marblehead, a town in love with liberty and rugged individualism. Its people and history, its crooked lanes and irregular houses, its customs and humor defy conformity and dullness. The irreligious settlers, the adventurous fishermen, the zealous patriots of 1776, the daring privateers of 1812, the clipper ship captains and yesteryear’s fish peddlers imbued their town with a spirit as hardy as the rocky peninsula itself.”
This opening paragraph from the book jacket of Marblehead – The Spirit of ’76 Lives Here by Priscilla Sawyer Lord and Virginia Clegg Gamage (1972), best describes Marblehead and its inhabitants, both past and present.
Long before the first European settlers arrived in what was to become known as Marblehead, the area was inhabited by the Naumkeag Tribe, a group of Native Americans belonging to the Algonquin Nation. Led by the “Great Sachem” Nanepashemet, they named their settlement Massebequash. (Before acquiring the current name of Marblehead, the town was also known as Foy, Marble Harbor and Marvill Head.)
The first non-Native American settlers were British subjects who migrated from near-by Salem in the early 1600’s to escape the strict discipline of the intensely religious Puritans. They and the Naumkeags existed peacefully together in Massebequash.
An epidemic in 1615-1619, thought to be smallpox, devastated the Naumkeags. It is believed that eighty to ninety percent of the tribe succumbed to the disease. The epidemic did not spread to the few European settlers, who had developed immunity. Another smallpox epidemic in 1633 resulted in a further decline of the Native American population.
On December 12, 1648, a Salem Town Meeting voted, subject to the approval of the Massachusetts General Court, to grant Marblehead its complete independence from Salem. The area, which had previously been controlled by the Naumkeags, now had its own local governing body — a Board of Selectmen. On September 16, 1684 a deed of sale conveying the three thousand seven hundred acres now known as Marblehead from the Naumkeags to the town was signed by the rightful heirs of Nanepashmet. The price? Sixteen pounds, the then-current currency in New England.
The original deed can be found hanging in the Selectmen’s room at Abbot Hall.
“…the Greatest Towne for Fishing in New England.”
Marblehead prospered as an important fishing port with an abundance of fish just off its coast. Hearing about the availability of this rich commodity, vessels carrying fishermen and others from Cornwall in Great Britain and the Channel Islands arrived and their passengers settled in Marblehead. So abundant were the fish that the King’s Royal Agent, after visiting Marblehead in 1660, returned to England and declared that Marblehead was “…the Greatest Towne for Fishing in New England.”
Marblehead’s fisheries continued to grow. By 1837, the local fleet consisted of ninety-eight vessels, ninety-five of which were over fifty tons. Then the beginning of the end for the fishing industry blew across Marblehead. On September 19, 1846, while the Marblehead fleet prepared to haul its catch of cod from the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, a massive storm with hurricane-force gales caught the fleet by surprise. The crippled ships limped back to Marblehead, missing at least eleven vessels. Sixty-five men and boys had been lost and the decline of the fishing industry in Marblehead had begun.
Today, there are still many residents who make their living as fishermen and lobstermen, but the town will never again see the prosperous fishing industry that at one time had made Marblehead famous world-wide. However, Marblehead’s deep-rooted affection for the ocean would not end; it would simply turn the attention away from fishing and towards sailing craft for pleasure and competition.
Marblehead Harbor boasts one of the finest displays of sailing craft anywhere. Over the years, the harbor has been both the starting and finishing port for numerous international races, including races between Marblehead and Kiel, Germany; San Sebastian, Spain; and Bermuda, as well as other national and international competitions. An annual race between Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Marblehead, which began in 1905, continues to this day. And the yearly mid-summer Marblehead Race Week competition, which dates back to 1889, still attracts yachtsmen from around the world.
Marblehead, appropriately, has earned the title as the “Yachting Capital of the World.”
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