1-800-GOT-JUNK Corporate office Headquarters

1-800-GOT-JUNK Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 301-887 Great Northern Way, Vancouver, BC V5T4T5, CA
  • Phone Number: 1-800-468-5865
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 500
  • Established: 1989
  • Founder: Brian Scudamore 
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Brian Scudamore



1-800-GOT-JUNK, History and Headquarters Information

This company was started by Brian Scudamore in British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, in 1989. After seeing a beat-up old truck in McDonald's Drive that offered junk removal services, Brian got an idea and thought of doing the work better. He later got the inspiration to start his own business.

The company headquarters are in Vancouver, BC.  The JUNK Company hauls nonhazardous materials from businesses, restaurants and homes. It has franchises in Canada and the united states. Brian invested in many trucks and hired a great number of people. The main goal of this company is to build a better brand that can become a household name.

Since 1998 this company has grown to different locations across various countries. Whether it is a pile of garage junk, unused office furnishings or an unwanted sofa, 1-800-GOT-Junk removes them for their customers. In keeping with environmental goals, they divert all items from the landfill. Also, they donate items to recycling and charity.

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  • Joseph D DiPietro says:

    1-800 Got Junk is a franchise. On 12/3/2022 we used Coastal Ports who is located in Elliot Maine. Thinking we were dealing with a reputable franchise, my father in law hired them to move a pile of junk from the back yard. He was quoted $488 for the job. Hes 70, a senior citizen, and on medication that clouds his thinking. The guys at 1-800 Got Junk Coastal Ports in Elliot Maine must have seen him coming… After loading their 10fttruck (smallest one), they hit my Father over the head for $1100 and settled at $965, almost double the original one site quote. The didn’t even take the mattress and box spring included in the original quote. This is scamming, bait and switch, and unfair and deceptive business practice. When I called their office they assure me that we would have a refund for the difference in 3-5 days. Its been now 3 weeks, no refund and just games. Buyer beware of this company. Taking advantage of old people seems to be a general practice of this company.

  • Deanna N Wood says:

    I was apart of the beginning of the company. Who knew dumpster picking young adults would spark the idea of such a great company. Thanks for letting me be apart. The time spent photographing for the orginal advertising was so much fun. I miss you guys very much. Hope I see my family here again soon. Great team of employees. Awesome job.

  • Tara Myers says:

    I had a crew here on May 18th, and they filled a truck with stuff from my attic. There was still about a third of the attic remaining to be cleaned out, so they told me to call and make another appointment. I was given a bill for $578. I had a 2nd crew back here today, and I was told that they would be charging me $50 an hour, and for 3/4ths of a truck load ($543) + $100 for 2 hours work totally $643 — more than it cost me for a full truck on the 18th. My husband and I both felt compelled to help out since we were being charged by the hour. I have a serious heart condition, and my husband has a bad knee (needs a knee replacement) but we helped out the entire time, digging stuff out of the eaves, carrying stuff, helping to move boxes, and then I cleaned up for them. They never once told us we didn’t have to help out. They told my husband they were looking forward to the OT. We are extremely disappointed, and feel strongly we were over-charged with no compensation for all of the work we did for & with them. We were never told by the 1st crew, or the young lady who took my call the first time I called for info on pricing, that we would be paying $50 per hour. She just said we paid according to how much percentage of the truck our stuff took up.

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