Home Trash Collection
FOR YOUR HOME
Mountain State Waste offers convenient and reliable curbside trash collection to residents in Braxton, Boone, Cabell, Gilmer, Harrison, Kanawha, Lewis, Lincoln, Logan, Marion, Mason, Monongalia, Putnam Randolph, Ritchie, Taylor, Upshur, Wayne, and Wetzel Counties in West Virginia. Greene and Washington County in PA. Lawrence and Scioto County in OH and Boyd, Greenup and Carter County in KY.
Top rated for best service and great quality in kitchen design and installation
Offering modern, custom luxury kitchen designs at affordable discount prices
Highly reviewed by Google, Houzz, and Facebook users for new build kitchen renovation and remodeling
Speak with our company’s high quality professional designers who have great creative ideas
Our company serves all of North Central West Virginia and near by areas
We are pleased to offer:
Courteous & safe drivers.
Our drivers care as much about keeping your neighborhood clean as you do.
A Reliable and Well Maintained Fleet of Trucks
MSW employees the top maintenance team in West Virginia to make sure our fleet is up and running so your services are in on time, every time.
A professional customer service team
With over 60 years combined experience in the waste management industry.
Our residential, animal-proof 96-gallon roll-out trash containers are available for larger trash needs.
Bulky item collection
As part of your monthly service fee, each customer is entitled to the disposal of two (2) bulky items per month at no additional charge.
WHY CHOOSE MOUNTAIN STATE WASTE?
Not all waste removal companies are created equal.
Mountain State Waste offers better, more reliable services - often at a lower cost than our local and regional competitors.
But don't take our word for it - contact us today to get a free consultation and quote designed for your unique needs!
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