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Cairn Junk Hauling

Clearing Clutter, Preserving Planet: Cairn's Commitment to Wilmington.

Cairn Junk Hauling

124 Ikner Ln,
Wilmington North Carolina 28403
United States

(910) 310-9653

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Cairn Junk hauling - Wilmington's Trusted Dumpster Rental Service

Looking for a reliable dumpster rental service in Wilmington? Look no further! At Cairn Junk Hauling, we pride ourselves on offering a top-tier service that combines efficiency, affordability, and an eco-conscious approach. We are proudly rooted in Wilmington and understand the unique needs of this community. Our services have been tailored to meet these needs.

We have a variety of dumpster sizes that will fit your needs, whether you are tackling a renovation project, managing a building project, decluttering or removing commercial waste. Our simple booking process ensures you get the right sized dumpster delivered when you need it.

But our commitment doesn't end at just providing dumpsters. We're dedicated to responsible waste management. After picking up your filled dumpster, we ensure that the junk is sorted, with recyclables being processed accordingly, and the rest disposed of in an environmentally-friendly manner. This dedication makes us stand out as a company that doesn't just serve Wilmington, but genuinely cares for it.

Our team of professionals is always available to answer questions, provide assistance, and make sure that your experience is seamless. We are punctual in both deliveries and pickups, ensuring that your projects remain on schedule.

It's important to find a dumpster service that you can trust in a city like Wilmington. They will handle waste efficiently and responsibly. With Cairn Junk Hauling, you're not just hiring a service, but partnering with a local business that's committed to the cleanliness and environmental well-being of our beloved city. Join the multitude of satisfied clients who've chosen Cairn for their dumpster rental needs in Wilmington. Book with us today and experience the Cairn difference!

Business Hours

Monday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
SundayClosed
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About Wilmington

Wilmington is a port city in and the county seat of New Hanover County in coastal southeastern North Carolina, United States. With a population of 115,451 in the 2020 census, it is the eighth-most populous city in the state. Wilmington is the principal city of the Wilmington, NC Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes the Pender, and Brunswick counties in southeastern North Carolina as well as New Hanover county. Its metropolitan statistical area had an estimated population of 467,337 in 2020.Wilmington's historic downtown has a 1.75-mile (2.82 km) riverwalk, developed as a tourist attraction in the late 20th century. In 2014, Wilmington's riverfront was ranked as the "Best American Riverfront" by readers of USA Today.The National Trust for Historic Preservation selected Wilmington as one of its 2008 Dozen Distinctive Destinations.City residents live between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean, with four nearby beach communities just outside Wilmington: Fort Fisher, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, and Kure Beach, all within half-hour drives from downtown Wilmington. The city is home to University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), which provides a wide variety of programs for undergraduates, graduate students, and adult learners, in addition to cultural and sports events open to the community.Toward the end of the 19th century, Wilmington was a majority-black, racially integrated, prosperous city, and the largest city in North Carolina. In the Wilmington massacre of 1898, white supremacists launched a coup that overthrew the legitimately elected local Fusionist government. They expelled opposition black and white leaders from the city, destroyed the property and businesses of black citizens built up since the Civil War, including the only black newspaper in the city, and killed an estimated 60 to more than 300 people. This coincided with broader efforts of disenfranchisement at the state level. Whereas North Carolina had 125,000 registered black voters in 1896, it had 6,000 black voters by 1902.

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