We began our journey with White Glove Junk Removal and Dumpster Rental in early 2011. Family owned and operated, right here in Wichita, we’re proud of our local roots. We began simply, as a small one-man operation. We used a delivery van and a utility trailer for our junk removal and dumpster rental services. Our business started to grow thanks to our amazing customers and their referrals.
Since then, we’ve grown into a fleet of trucks, dump trailers, and roll-off bins—taking on more junk removal, dumpster rentals, and more customers. We want to thank all of the customers we have had over the years for their referrals, reviews, and repeat business. Without you, we wouldn’t be where we are today. We hope you find our business to be the best and most affordable solution for your junk removal and dumpster rental needs.
White Glove Junk Removal Gives Back
White Glove Junk Removal and Dumpster Rental is a company that believes in giving back and serving the community.
Partnering with other organizations, including Boy Scout Troop #733, White Glove Junk Removal has worked to help beautify the historic Hilltop neighborhood located between Lincoln and Harry and Lincoln and Oliver in Wichita.
Charles and Rebecca Bible and their family joined in with hard work and donated dumpsters. White Glove also hauled away dumpster load after dumpster load of trash. Volunteers that live in the community also pitched in and loaded up truckload after truckload to show their love for their neighborhood.
Partnering with the Young Professionals of Wichita, White Glove helped residents in the Planeview neighborhood with a community clean up. Volunteers and White Glove staff helped residents clean up yard debris such as limbs and branches as well as household junk.
In addition to neighborhood cleanups, White Glove has partnered with organizations across Wichita and the metro area including the Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure, Delano Trick-O-Treat event, and the Big Brothers Big Sisters Annual Brew HaHa to provide dumpsters for their events. When a devastating flood hit Mulvane, White Glove donated multiple dumpsters to flood victims.
White Glove also helps keep electronics out of the landfills by taking computers and other electronic products to Starkey’s Electronic Recycling program where they are disassembled and sorted for recycling.
Overall, the staff at White Glove believes that serving our communities, in whatever way possible, is good business and more importantly, it’s simply the right thing to do.