Grunts Move Junk Does all the Hard Work with a Soft Heart


Spring is the kick off to the busy season of junk removal and moving. People begin to open up their houses and clean out their rooms where junk has been accumulating over the past few months. They start a pile and think “why should I hire a junk removal company when I could easily just do this myself?”. To be honest, you very well could just do it yourself, but who knows how many trips you will be taking to the landfill. What could have been a two hour job for us, may turn into a two day job for you. Another thing to consider is what that junk could possibly do to the side or bed of your truck, or even worse you! We can’t even begin to tell you how many horror stories we have heard from people trying to move junk on their own, and ending up in the hospital with a broken foot or back. You may think that by removing the junk on your own, you are saving money, but realistically it could end up costing more.

At Grunts Move Junk, we are professionals at what we do, and do so with a smile on our faces. We aren’t your typical junk removal company. We are a veteran owned and operated company and employ veterans young and old. Our mission is to build a solid foundation for transitioning service men and women, into positions where they can continue to serve their communities. When we provide our customers with a service, we strive to treat all of our customers as if they are apart of our family. It is our job and duty to give them and their belongings the respect that they deserve.

So why should you hire Grunts Move Junk over other junk removal companies? Because we do all of the hard work with a soft heart. May that be loading and hauling away your junk, cleaning vacant spaces, helping you move out of an old home and into a new one or cleaning up your yard. No matter the job, we take care of you so you never have to do any of the dirty work yourself. You can count on us to get the job done! Click here to book your next service with us!

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20 Things Only Vermonters Will Understand


If you were born in Vermont, or have spent majority of your time living here, we can all agree that Vermonter’s are a little different than the rest of the folks across the United States. We love our maple syrup, pronounce some words a little differently, get asked what state Vermont is in and everyone thinks we are outnumbered by cows. Enjoy this list of things that only Vermonters might understand.

  1. Its called a creemee, not soft serve. Oh, and the things we put on top are called sprinkles, not jimmies. Don’t question us, it’s just how it is!
  2. Ben and Jerry’s ice cream is a big deal
  3. We have unique seasons; almost winter, winter, still winter, mud season and road construction. We also get this season called “summer”, but it doesn’t seem to stick around for very long.
  4. Flatlanders- what we call everyone not from or born in Vermont
  5. Maple syrup pretty much runs through our veins, and is one of the main food groups
  6. The Lake Monster- Champ, lives in Lake Champlain
  7. Heady Topper is our favorite craft beer
  8. We love our Cabot cheese
  9. Leaf Peepers- we like their business, but their driving…not so much.
  10. Shorts and t-shirts weather is anything above 40 degrees
  11. We can spot the difference between real and fake maple syrup. You can keep your Aunt Jemima, we only use real Vermont maple syrup around here.
  12. The T in “Vermont” and “mountain” is silent
  13. It’s impossible to run errands and not run into someone you know
  14. Snow day? What’s that? We can all count the number of snow days we’ve ever had on one hand. 
  15. We love to wear flannel
  16. Phish the band
  17. Rusty DeWees is our Larry the Cable Guy
  18. The weather changes constantly. 78 degrees and sunny one day, 32 degrees and snowing the next.
  19. 802 is our mantra
  20. We are always willing to give a helping hand, whether that be to a stranger stuck on the side of the road with a flat tire, or helping someone answer a question while shopping at the local home depot.

Creating the Backyard of your Dreams

Your backyard is supposed to be your own personal sanctuary. A place where you can have BBQ’s, sit by the fire, hangout in the pool or just relax. With warmer weather on the rise, now is the time to start planning for the backyard of your dreams! The first step to getting the backyard of your dreams, is getting rid of any unwanted junk you may have piled up next to your house or shed. Book an appointment with Grunts Move Junk and we can make your junk removal stress free by doing all the work for you and hauling it all away! Click here and book online or give us a call at (844) 464-7868. Next, you want to begin mapping out how you want your yard to look. Here are a few examples of things you can make or buy, to spruce up your backyard:


1) Build a fire pit using flat stone or brick.

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2) Build a Pergola or buy a Gazebo for a shady spot to hangout.camping-1008575_1920

3) Wrap outdoor string lights around trees in your backyard, or hang them from your Pergola or Gazebo.


4) Buy patio furniture for a place to entertain guests.


5) If new patio furniture isn’t in your budget, opt for a few hammocks instead!


6) Incorporate a garden fountain. If you don’t want to buy one, you could consider making one out of old, unique items you may have hidden in your shed! You could use old metal watering cans, flower pots, rocks, water pumps etc.


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The Perfect Mother’s Day Gift


There are a number of things that mothers would like for their special day; flowers, chocolate, relaxation, peace and quiet…how about a clutter free house? This Mother’s Day, give her something she really wants. If we could read minds, we believe she would be thinking something like “please call Grunts Move Junk to come clean up this mess”. Let’s be honest, she has probably been asking you to clean out the garage or basement for the past two years, but you just haven’t gotten around to it. Let us help you give her the best Mother’s Day gift of watching that junk be hauled away on our trailer.
Visit our website and schedule a junk removal service, or give us a call at (844) 464-7868. We are more than happy to answer any of your questions you may have! We are also running a special promotion until May 14th for $50 off your junk removal service. Use the code Mothersday50offjunk in the comment section when you click “book now” or mention it when you give us a call! 

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Five Standout Charities that Support Veterans


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1)Homes for our Troops

Mission: Help build specifically equipped homes for injured service members.

Homes for Our Troops is a nonprofit organization that builds specially adapted, mortgage-free homes nationwide for the most severely injured Veterans post 9/11. The specifically designed homes help restore some of the independence for the injured veterans and allow them to focus on their recovery, family and rebuilding their lives.


2)Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust

Mission: Psychological and physical rehabilitation programs for wounded and ill Veterans.

The Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust supports psychological and physical rehabilitation programs that provide direct service to wounded, injured or ill veterans. In an effort to make a positive difference in the lives of veterans and their families, the trust supports;

-Assistance for veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, substance abuse problems, Traumatic Brain Injuries, and many more.

-Programs on quality healthcare for veterans

-Programs enhancing research and mobility for veterans with spinal cord injuries, amputations and more.


3)Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund

Mission: To provide financial assistance and lifetime support to wounded service members and their families.

The Semper Fi Fund provides immediate financial assistance and lifetime support to post-9/11 wounded, ill and injured members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, as well as their families. The fund ensures that they have the resources they need during their recovery and transition back to their communities.


4)Operation Homefront

Mission: Recovery and financial assistance for wounded service members.

Operation Homefront helps military families overcome many of the challenges in military life by connecting the American donor community to military families through special programs. The programs address specific short-term and critical assistance, long-term stability and recurring support needs. The outcome is stronger and more secure military families. Some of their programs include:

Recurring Family Support

-Homefront celebrations to recognize military spouses

-Hearts of valor caregiver support program

-Baby showers to help new military moms

-Backpacks filled with school supplies for military kids

Short Term Critical Assistance

-Rent free transitional housing for wounded service members

-Financial assistance for utilities, home repairs, food, mortgage payments, etc.

Long-Term Stability

-Mortgage free homes awarded across the US
5)Wounded Warrior Project

Mission: To assist service members injured after 9/11

The Wounded Warrior Project serves veterans and service members who received a physical or mental injury, wound or illness from their military service on or after September 11, 2001. With their mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors, the Wounded Warrior Project helps to encourage warriors as they adjust to their new normal.


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Brown Dog Photography- Featured Business of the Week

Brown Dog Photography

Email: mgleason@fnesu.net
Phone: 802-343-9964
Owner: Maria Gleason
Website: https://www.facebook.com/browndogphotography16/

How They Got Started
Maria has always been passionate about photography, she took a couple of college photography classes but her passion grew after her boyfriend bought her first DSLR Camera in 2015. Maria began taking photos of what she found beautiful and interesting in the world around her however, it wasn’t until the adoption of her two dogs that made her want to pursue a career in Photography.

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Top Ranking Home Improvements



1)New Siding:

Siding not only plays an essential role in protecting your home from harsh elements, but also serves as curb appeal. There are four common types of siding vinyl, metal, fiber cement and wood. When replacing your siding, think carefully about what type would be best for your home, as well as color and style. On average, replacing old siding with new siding can cost around $12,000.


Vinyl is the most popular and budget friendly siding option for homes. It is durable and tough, and will maintain it’s shape in extreme temperatures. Some benefits to vinyl siding are it makes for a speedy installation and can be fitted over existing siding.

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The Air Force Reserve Celebrates its 69th Birthday

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Today the Air Force Reserve celebrates its 69th birthday. Since President Harry S. Truman first called for the formation of the Air Force Reserve on April 14th 1948, it has been a critical part of our nation’s defense. Its mission is to provide combat ready forces to Fly, Fight and Win. The Air Force Reserve currently performs approximately 20 percent of the work of the Air Force including: traditional flying missions, Personal Recovery, Modular Aerial Fire Fighting and Modular Weather Reconnaissance.

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Service Dogs for Veterans

Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are the most common mental health problems faced by Veterans today. PTSD is a mental health problem that can be developed after experiencing or witnessing a life threatening event. Some symptoms of PTSD can include; anxiety, lack of interest, difficulty concentrating, nightmares, lack of sleep and detachment.

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