Is your office or home cluttered with unwanted furniture, old appliances, or other junk? The Junkluggers of New Orleans specializes in eco-friendly junk, furniture, and appliance removal. We offer countless junk removal services, including furniture pickup, yard debris removal, e-waste recycling, and much more.
Call us today to book a free, on-site junk removal estimate in Metairie, New Orleans, Gretna, Ama, Destrehan, Kenner, Saint Rose, and areas nearby!
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The Junkluggers of New Orleans offers a wide range of junk removal services, such as: e-waste recycling, yard debris removal, attic cleanouts, and even curbside junk removal for your convenience. We can take just about any unwanted item off your hands, including: TV's, sofas, mattresses, dressers, and so much more.
Even better, we work hard to donate your items to local charities and nonprofits. Any items we are unable to donate are recycled or responsibly disposed of. Book a free, on-site junk removal estimate throughout Louisiana today!
Reach out to The Junkluggers of New Orleans today to book your free, on-site estimate. We proudly serve Metairie, New Orleans, Gretna, Ama, Destrehan, Kenner, Saint Rose and the nearby areas in Louisiana.
Andy Adelman grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana, with family roots in the junk business. While growing up, his father and grandfather were in the scrap metal recycling business, and he got to go on many adventures looking for treasures. He loved finding aluminum baseball bats! With recycling, repurposing, and reusing ingrained in his youth, Andy instantly felt a deep connection to the Junkluggers mission. Giving back to the community, eco-friendly junk removal, and prioritizing being a sustainable company are essential ideals to Andy. He is inspired to continue in that profession!
After graduating from Indiana University in 2003, he spent some time traveling and met his wife Aleeza in 2008 while living in Jerusalem, Israel. They moved to New Orleans in 2010 and fell in love with the city. They love the city's culture reflected through favorite events like Jazz Fest, where the music is ever-lasting and the nearly perfect weather and walks through Audubon Park or on the Bayou. Andy and his wife have been married for ten years and have three children together Yakir-7 Reeva-5 and Tehila-2.
Andy has spent the last ten years in the food industry within the restaurant and catering business. He started a small catering company out of his kitchen, once it grew to a commercial kitchen and from there into a brick and mortar restaurant that he owned and operated.
When Andy isn't handling business, you can find him cheering on the Chicago Cubs from his living room with his kids or playing catch in the yard. You can also find him at concerts, big and small, or doing anything outdoors; he loves to travel. Andy and his family are very involved with their Synagogue community and spend a lot of time with that community as a family.