First and foremost, valet trash increases net operating income by monetizing a property’s trash collect. Property managers pay the valet trash company a fixed price per unit. Next they charge residents a higher fee for valet trash service. This creates direct free cash flow that increases a property’s net operating income.
No, they do not. We will provide trash cans and bags for each unit.
We will only take what is placed inside the valet trash can. We do not take excess bags of trash from the hallway. Additionally, we collect bulk trash and haul away junk like old furniture, appliances, or televisions.
While this creates occasional issues, many valet trash companies also offer bulk trash and junk removal services. These services can be paid for directly by residents on an as needed basis, or the property can pay for the costs and do big collections a few times per year.
“Trash valet” is the industry name for the professional employees who visit properties and collect trash each evening. We have clean cut uniformed employees who treat properties and residents with respect. Once we collect the trash, we place it either in community dumpsters or take it with us to be disposed of elsewhere.
Valet trash is an all or nothing proposition for properties. When property managers sign a valet trash contract, it covers every unit at the property. As a result, individual residents cannot cancel their valet trash service because it is normally included in their lease or rental agreement.
There are two payments involved with valet trash. First, the property manager pays the valet trash company for the service. Next, residents pay the property for valet trash service as part of their lease, rental agreement, or as an additional trash fee. Individual residents are never responsible for paying the valet trash company directly.
No, valet trash companies usually do not provide bulky items removal, however we do provide that service as well a full junk removal service solution.