Drywall Demolition

The Junk Guys Make Drywall Demolition Easy

Our experienced crew is equipped to tackle any project, regardless of size or complexity. Our team is happy to remove existing drywall from walls, ceilings, and other surfaces. Let us help you eliminate drywall debris in any situation, whether you are doing remodelling, repairing water damage, or removing mould or asbestos. We offer a range of drywall demolition services to meet your needs, including:

  1. Residential and commercial demolition: Whether you need drywall removed from a single room or an entire building, we have the expertise and equipment to do the job quickly and safely.
  2. Selective demolition: If you only need a portion of your drywall removed, we can perform selective demolition to leave the remaining structure intact.
  3. Disposal: We’ll dispose of the debris and waste created during the demolition process, leaving your space clean and ready for the next phase of your project. The Junk Guys are experts in small-scale demolition and junk removal, so we will clean up your site after completing the project.



Quick Service, Courteous Employees, Fair Price..... This was the 4th time I have used the Junk Guys. I would recommend them for any size job.
John Wywrot
This team does amazing work! We've used them several times for different projects. They are efficient and so pro.
Kari Skelton
First experience with The Junk Guys, very fast and accommodating, prices were inline with other removal services. Highly recommend them.
Trevor Chizen
What a great service. These guys removed our hot tub in less than an hour. I would recommend to anyone.
Kim Smith
I was in need to dispose of 3 tables that were pretty large to carry. A small work out bench, and even a computer chair all for 160. Amazing price and was super quick. Very nice work done and do recommend.
Trustworthy company. Great prices, super reasonable. Unbelievably fast as well. called yesterday for a quote and my stuff is already gone. They are a great business with great customer service. Thanks guys.
Ashley Ann
Great guys... quick, professional and clean.
Senaka Hippola
Thanks again for finishing in the condo today so quickly! Everything was perfect. Our Property Manager assistant said that she was impressed with how clean you left everything. I have already passed along your company's name to my family. My dad says that he will probably use you guys for clearing out stuff from his garage


Concrete demolition involves breaking down and removing a concrete structure, while concrete cutting involves cutting through concrete to create openings or shapes. Concrete cutting is commonly used for projects such as creating doorways, windows, or openings for utility lines. The equipment used for concrete cutting is typically different from the equipment used for concrete demolition, and concrete cutting may require specialized expertise to ensure that the cuts are precise and accurate.

Yes, we offer demolition services for restoration companies or contractors. If you're in need of a reliable and affordable demolition company, look no further than the Junk Guys! We offer top-tier services without breaking the bank. From start to finish, we'll take care of everything for you - just give us a call today for a free estimate. We're always happy to help out however we can!

Burning drywall in a fire pit is a bad idea. Drywall is made mostly from a substance called gypsum, which doesn't burn easily. Instead, it would make a lot of smoke and not much fire. But that's not the biggest problem. When you heat drywall, it can give off harmful stuff like volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other toxins. Breathing these in can be bad for your health. Older drywall might even have asbestos, which is very dangerous. Additionally, when gypsum in drywall gets hot, it can create a gas called sulfur dioxide. This gas can mix with water in the air and create acid rain, which harms the environment. Don't burn drywall. Instead, get rid of it properly. You can often take it to a waste facility that takes construction debris.