JACK’S RUBBISH REMOVALS
“We remove everything!” – it may sound simple but for most residents and business owners, this is ONE BIG MESSY PROBLEM!
For over 30 years now in the business, we have been providing our customers with RELIABLE, COST-EFFECTIVE and RESPONSIBLE services that ALWAYS DELIVER to their expectations. We provide high quality rubbish removal solutions in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Sydney’s North Shore and the Eastern Suburbs, Western Suburbs and inner west and the Sydney City (Business District) areas and will continuously expand as we DEFINE the standards in RUBBISH REMOVAL.
From households, offices, commercial areas and even warehouses, we have been trained by years of great experiences that equipped us with proper and intelligent handling of removing rubbish materials that other companies cannot deliver. Unlike others, we believe that the responsibility for every customer does not end in removing the materials but all the way from how it will be handled from and to recycling facilities and local tip as we hold all necessary legal permits, certifications and clearances. Thus, assuring our customers that as we provide great services to them, we also take good care of our environment.
DECEASED ESTATE CLEARANCE AND OTHER SERVICES
We also offer deceased estate clearance, moving house cleanup, hoarding clearance, office and commercial clearance, and residential cleanup in St Ives.
Years of Experience
Percent Cheaper than Skip Bins
Expertise, discipline and precision
We are an Owner’s Representative, General Contractor and Construction Management company with a portfolio of projects across North America valued up to $15 million.
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St Ives, a suburb that offers the calmness (and excitement) of nature and environment within its boundaries. To the north are the St Ives Showground and Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden which is an urban bushland reserve, Garigal National Peak to the east, Ridge Creek and Eastern Arterial Road to the south, and a section of Pymble Golf Course, and a branch of Cowan Creek to the west.
This approximately 14 square kilometres of land area (for settlement), is home to almost 14,000 residents and are governed by the local government of Central Northern Sydney of the state of New South Wales. Its name from which it was derived in 1900 is not certain but it is most likely that it was after the town of St Ives in Cornwall or after Isaac Ellis Ives, who was a member of the Legislative Assembly for St. Leonards in 1885-1889 and who worked hard to secure a post office and school for the district which started what the suburb is today.
The early years of St Ives were quite different from its neighbours of settlement in the Ku-ring-gai Shire area for not having a rail service and thus, was not able to develop like the other suburbs along the railway lines. Instead, it founds its way for development through the Pittwater Road which had been built as timber route at around 1820s.