Arwood Junk Now Offers Junk Removal Services in the Arlington Neighborhood
Together with Northside, Westside, and Southside, Arlington is one of the large sections of Duval County. Initially, Arlington was a settlement to the east across the St. Johns River from Jacksonville; today it refers to most of Jacksonville east and south of the St. Johns, west of the Intracoastal Waterway, and north of the Arlington River and Southside. Using GIS to sort 87 businesses with “Arlington” in their name, McEwen came to a similar definition, though he noted that Arlington overlaps with Southside at its southern end.
Arlington was one of the first areas in the United States visited by Europeans; it was the site of the French Fort Caroline in 1564-1565, now represented by the Fort Caroline National Memorial. After the destruction of Fort Caroline, the area was only sparsely inhabited until the 19th century, when sawmills and plantations were established along the St. Johns River. After the American Civil War these gave way to residential developments, which were gradually absorbed into the Arlington community as it grew. The construction of the Matthews Bridge in 1953 opened the area up to significantly increased development, and over the next two decades Arlington became the fastest growing part of the Jacksonville area.
From a single truck load to multiple truck loads, we load, haul, and clean up the junk from your residence or business.
Step 1: Book an appointment
Call us at 1.904.751.5656 or Schedule Online Now to arrange a removal time convenient for you. You choose what day you’d like us to come and when.
Step 2: We provide an on-site, in person estimate
Once our team arrives, just tell us what needs to go. We’ll provide you an estimate on-site and upon your approval we are ready to start the work.
Step 3: We haul off your junk and leave it clean!
Once all your items our loaded, we sweep and make sure you area is clean and haul it off.
Our Company – Arwood Waste Established 1984
Arwood Waste, an American Indian owned JSEB, MBE & DBE, has been serving Florida and Georgia for over 30 years, offering exceptional service in areas of demolition, roll-off dumpster and compactor container rentals, small/massive clean up, site work, land clearing, plant dismantling and portable rentals.
Complete Line of Waste Removal, Demolition, and Clean Up Services
We are Jacksonville’s largest locally owned roll-off container company offering you a full line of recycling programs. We’re the leader in advanced waste delivery programs and able to handle hazardous material. We offer a range of 12-45 yard roll-off dumpster containers as well as compactors – breakaway and self contained.
We offer selective and total demolition, as well as driveway removal. We have demolished buildings as large as 1,000,000 square feet. If your home or office has burned and you need help with clean up or you are remodeling and need a demolition crew, Arwood Demolition is at your service. We work with homeowners as well as general contractors to complete all sizes of demolition projects. We do emergency demolition and clean up for the City of Jacksonville.
We guarantee dependable and prompt service by providing radio-dispatched drivers and owning all of our own up-to-date equipment. We offer a highly trained professional staff including our own maintenance department to ensure customer satisfaction in all areas. We are fully licensed and bondable.
The Arwood Story, How it All Began
It all started when father and son began cleaning up metal factories in 1984. They thought of a way to recycle metal while offering clean-up services to the factories through dismantling old cranes, tanks and rail systems. Their exceptional service brought more business when factory owners contracted them to remove waste as well. They invested in roll-off trailers as a mean to accomplish this. With the resources to haul more waste, they began to seek out more opportunities for hauling. This led them to begin site clean up and hauling for home builders.
John C. Arwood, an American Indian, who grew up in the foothills of West Virginia as a Coal Miner’s son, understands what hard work is all about. His father taught him, “If you don’t work, you don’t eat.” He moved his family to Florida in the early 70’s where he took a job as a welder for Buffalo Tank. And this is where it all began.
Recycling has been a passion of John D. Arwood since he was a child. Even then he recycled aluminum cans and coke bottles while traveling around the neighborhood on his bicycle. This passion has motivated him to grow Arwood Waste & Demolition to the business it is today.