BRINGING ECO-FRIENDLY JUNK REMOVAL TO BALTIMORE, HARFORD AND CECIL COUNTY
Introducing Maryland Total Junk Removal, the newest and quirkiest addition to the junk removal scene. Co-founded by brothers Chris and Stephen, this dynamic duo is on a mission to make the world a cleaner and greener place, one piece of junk at a time.
What sets Maryland Total apart from the rest? Their commitment to being an eco-friendly junk remover. Instead of mindlessly dumping waste into landfills, they go the extra mile to find responsible and environmentally friendly alternatives. With a focus on donating and recycling, Maryland Total ensures that approximately 90% of everything they haul away is given a new lease on life.
But it’s not just about junk removal for Chris and Stephen. For them, it’s personal. They believe in giving back to the community that has supported them. That’s why they actively donate to local charities, spreading the love and helping those in need. Their philanthropic efforts extend beyond themselves, as they involve their loved ones in the business too.
Stephen’s daughters, Noel and Kaylee, along with his fiancé Natasha, are an integral part of the Maryland Total team. With their enthusiasm and dedication to the cause, they bring a fresh perspective and youthful energy to the company. Together, this family is making a difference and inspiring others to do the same.
Maryland Total Junk Removal is here to make decluttering a breeze while keeping the environment in mind. Whether you’re finally cleaning out your attic, renovating your home, or simply need to get rid of some unwanted items, Maryland Total is the go-to choice for responsible junk removal.
Join the movement and let Maryland Total Junk Removal handle your clutter, while you sit back and relax, knowing that your junk is being dealt with in the most eco-friendly way possible. Together, we can make a positive impact on our planet, one junk removal at a time. Maryland Total is a family-driven business making a positive impact on the community and the environment.
For more information, please visit https://www.marylandtotal.com/