10% Military Discounts for active and retired military personelJunkernots loves our veterans! Active duty, retired or reserves, Junkernots offers 10% off of all services to all of veterans who have honorably served our country in the Airforce, Army, Navy, Marines or U.S. Coast Guard. Many of our team members served in one of the branches as well, so for Junkernots veterans are near and dear to us!

In order to qualify for the 10% military discount offered from Junkernots, simply mention the “Military Discount” and Junkernots will offer 10% off of your junk removal project. This 10% off is good for all Junkernots services.

A military I.D. or DD214 discharge paperwork will be sufficient to qualify for the 10%.

We genuinely appreciate all of the service men and women that have served our country and at the end of the day, we are simply proud of our veterans. This discount is a small way of thanking our veterans!


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(pictured above) Junkernots proudly assisting a retired sailor with his landscape removal. We love projects like this! Thank you Ken! We love supporting our veterans.

30% Marine Corps Discount

30% Marine Corps Discount

Attention Devil Dogs!

All former and active duty Marines qualify for a 30% discount for all junk removal services in the Denver and Boulder Metro Area. Simply mention this discount when booking your junk removal project. This discount applies to Marine Corps veterans and active duty only.

All Marines must show a valid military ID or DD214 in order to qualify for this discount.

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