Junk Platoon junk removal is excited to announce it has been named a recipient of the 2021 Best of HomeAdvisor Award. This award honors professionals who provide high quality service in the home improvement, repair and maintenance industries.
“We are honored to win this award! It is proof positive that hiring veterans and training them well allows us to serve our customers better than our competition,” according to the company’s owner, Todd Temaat. “We haven’t even been in business a full year yet, so it’s hard to believe our customers have already helped us win this award! We are truly grateful for each of our customers and the valuable feedback they’ve given us.”
Junk Platoon junk removal has been part of the HomeAdvisor network since mid-2020. This is the first year the company has been recognized with this award. “Each service pro who receives this award deserves recognition for their dedication to their customers and their trade,” said Veerle Daenen, Head of Pro Success for HomeAdvisor powered by Angi. “These award winners commit the time, effort and passion necessary to earn high ratings and positive reviews and we’re proud to congratulate them on their success.”
Award recipients were selected based on positive reviews earned in quality of work practices, customer service and value. To qualify, they must have a minimum rating of four stars based on a scale of one to five and have at least three verified reviews submitted within the last six months prior to May 2021.
Junk Platoon is a junk removal company based in Edmond, Oklahoma and serves the entire Oklahoma City metropolitan area. It provides residential and business customers complete, turn key junk removal and hauling services including house cleanouts, apartments cleanouts, appliance removal, furniture removal, construction debris removal, shed removal, carpet removal and more. Junk Platoon fights to eliminate veteran unemployment and suicide by hiring veterans whenever possible and donating 10% of company profits to veteran entrepreneurial training and Biblically-based PTSD resources for veterans.
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