I purchased the $79 deal for junk hauling off Angie's list. The deal was good for a 1/4 truck load of junk removal. I knew I probably had just a bit more than the 1/4 truck and was prepared to pay a little extra when they got there. I went to the Junk-King website and used their pricing estimator which indicated a range from $138 - $158 for the 1/4 truck load and $238 - $258 for 1/2 truck load. Based on this, I was expecting to pay something around $100 additional for the difference between the value of my 1/4 truck deal I had already purchased and the estimate from the website for a 1/2 truck load. What surprised me was that because some of the construction debris was brick, I had to also pay a fee for the weight of the bricks (I can't remember exactly what they called it but it was something like a "base load"). I didn't think it was an excessive amount of bricks (basically they came from tearing out a set of steps up to a porch which was three steps high to give you a sense of perspective). Looking around the junk-king web site, it doesn't say anything about this additional fee that I could find. So the bottom line was that I paid an additional $284 on top of the deal that I already purchased which was definitely more than I was expecting for the amount of stuff removed. They were very punctual and professional and did a good job. They did give me an up front estimate and explained the fees and made sure that was acceptable before they started the work. My advice would be to call first and discuss what you have with them and not trust the online estimator to avoid any surprises when they get there.