I will start at the beginning of my story and tell you why I called "Let's Go Mama". I had scheduled a JUNK removal company that charges by the amount of space in their truck that you use up. I told them I had old carpet, debris, yard waste and fencing. They came 4 hours after the "appointment window" and arrived without shovels. I was quoted $492, which was ridiculous for the amount I had, and I let them know I was not happy about the quote. They couldn't do the job without shovels, and told me they would return with the "owner" the next day. I guess that was so the "owner" could tell my why they were going to charge me so much. At this point I was very irritated since the charge was so high and my garbage was still at my home, and I would be waiting all the next day for them to come back to pick it up. After thinking about it, I decided I didn't want this company to send anyone back to my house. I don't need to be argued with or ripped off. I decided there had to be better options out there. I cancelled the next day pick up, and started my search for a better service. I found "Let's Go Mama" on Craigslist, and decided to give them a try. I emailed Jenn and she responded back within 15 minutes. I emailed her pics of the garbage and she quoted me just $200. I got back to her and we scheduled a pick up for later that day. Let's Go Mama, arrived on time with shovels, garbage cans, wheel barrows etc, all on a huge trailer. It wasn't as "cute" as the truck from the other company, but it got the job done, and for a whole lot less! Jenn introduced her husband and two sons, who instantly got to work. I had forgotten to mention the fencing that I wanted hauled away, and when I showed her the additional materials she added a very reasonable $50 to the charge for a total of $250. (1/2 of what the other company was going to charge). They quickly loaded all of the material to be hauled away and completely swept up the area. They are a family business, and were easy to schedule, punctual, polite, efficient, and very reasonably priced. Who could ask for anything more?