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Make sure you have a good size truck to do the job; those do not come cheap (they don't use pick up trucks). Pay for the disposal fees of the item (which by the way, a pickup truck may get away with a $10 dump fee, but legitimate trucks of good size will see a $45-$75 minimum for disposal).
Oh, and if you want to keep doing business, pay for your advertising to get your name out there. Yes, there are pickup truck operations out there that don't carry insurance and may not even have 2 men working for them.
NOW YOU COULD HAVE DONE IT YOUSELF Im going to assume the reason you didn't is you didn't have a truck but you were physically able-- truck rental uhaul $19 a day min.-- insurance $13--fuel round trip $15--hire someone to help 1hr. I own a Junk Removal corporation as well, and people sometimes just don't understand the costs involved. Plus gas, tax, dump fees, insurance, mileage, labor, etc.
If you think $154 is too expensive rent a U-Haul for $100 and haul it yourself and pay a minimum of $60 dump fee, gas, mileage and your time and labor. There are plenty of people and places that will either take it free or even pay you for it.
Those operations you are also lucky to have the job completed; and forget if they damage anything in your house; you're stuck with it!