Triad Junk Removal is Celebrating Cleaning up The Triad 'Junkman Style.'
This is their inspirational never heard before story of how they began and is now being shared as part of their celebration of eight successful years cleaning up the triad.
The Junk Removal Industry has grown to be a $10 Billion-dollar industry. There have been many junk removal companies in The Piedmont Triad that have come and gone over the last few years. It's a very tough market to compete in, especially as a professional business. Many times, people try to operate without being properly licensed and insured. Whereas Triad Junk Removal from the time it created its custom logo and began operations in November 2010, and then formed a limited liability company two months later 1/11/11, has grown each year since its inception.
It started with a humble beginning, of one man, his dog and a rented truck, but has now turned into one of the most respected junk removal companies in the Triad. They credit the success on simply following the Golden Rule, which is treat each customer as you yourself would want to be treated.
Nick Capamaggio at the age of 24 started the company only a few weeks after deciding that he wanted to be self employed, no matter what it took. He turned to prayer and immediately started researching for a business that would be a good fit for him. As he routinely says, "God brought the Junk Removal business across my path and confirmed to me on multiple occasions that junk removal was the right one."
One of those occasions was when he sat down with John Kimmons, who was his pastor at that time to share his idea of starting a junk removal company. John phoned him the following day saying that the next person he talked with after Nick left, happened to ask if he knew of anyone who could help clean up some junk. That person became their very first customer.
Word of mouth spread and as the business began to grow, so did the quality and quantity of the equipment and tools. They now have newer equipment such as, multiple dump trucks, pickup trucks, trailers and some heavy machinery. They also rent 12- & 16-yard dumpsters for the do it yourselfers.
Nick's father, Scott, became his business partner in the early stages, bringing into the company some much appreciated business knowledge. Scott currently goes on many of the in-person quotes and is the general manager of the day to day operations. When you call in, you will most likely reach Eric Hardee, a long-time friend of the family who takes calls and does the job scheduling. They currently have 10 employees, two of the employees are brothers, it feels like a family environment.
They work a lot with realtors, apartment complexes, property managers and landlords by helping them clean up after tenants move out. They do more than what most people would think of, when you hear the word junk removal. They also do small building demolition, property clearing, shed tear downs, hot tub removal, construction clean up, removal of falling trees, old fences, porches, and taking away abandoned cars. They do a single item pick up and can handle extremely large jobs. Their answering machine says, "You point, and we will remove it", meaning they do all the hard work for you.
Triad Junk Removal has done many memorable jobs, such as cleaning out a couple floors of what was once the largest warehouse on the east coast. It was the old Sears Distribution Center on Lawndale Drive in Greensboro. They have worked for many Fortune 500 companies and even helped clean up some areas of the famous Julian Price House in Greensboro, which was featured on the TV show Hoarders.
In 2014 Nick and Scott purchased a warehouse building in High Point, which hosts Brentwood St. Flea Market. They use the back warehouse for their sorting and recycling center and in the front opened a thrift shop called Treasure Junction Thrift Store. The shop has many items that can be repurposed or reused, which keeps them out of the landfills.
They have been able to help countless families including refugees, the homeless, and people who have lost everything in house fires. It's a 'one of a kind store' and there's a good chance, if you go in, you may catch the workers praying with the customers for encouragement, as this happens almost daily.
Scott, the co-owner said, "We are proud of what has been accomplished. When I look back, it amazes me how far we have come. We have helped serve thousands of clients over the years and have been able to support many families through the jobs we have created."
Their company's Guiding Principal is, 'Whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men'. Colossians 3:23. And their Mission Statement is: To be a high quality, low cost, full service, Junk Removal Company serving our customers with the utmost respect, while striving to be the regional leader in the industry, with a strong focus on recycling to protecting the environment.
They are giving 8% off all their services for the month of November to anyone who says "Happy 8th Year Anniversary"
For more information on Triad Junk Removal, visit http://www.triadjunk.com