Sons of Odin Hauling and Demolition, Emeryville, California
We are a family run, locally owned business. We haul and dispose of all non-hazardous materials; from regular household trash, to dirt, concrete, and construction debris. We also do light demolition, including kitchens, bathrooms, fences, decks, and small sheds or garages. Give us a call today to discuss your project!
Established in 2006
After working for many years as a professional driver, I decided to combine this skill with my construction background into a small business that would allow me to drive trucks and work with my hands. I also wanted to start a business that my 3 sons could participate in at an early age, giving them the opportunity to learn how to start and run a small business. Since then we’ve been working to be the best hauling company in the Bay Area and we’re very proud of how far we’ve come.
Family Owned and Operated
Thor started this business over 12 years ago and still oversees the operational side of things. Rob, his long time friend, joined forces to help him grow and the team has been knocking things down and hauling it away since! We’re local boys and do everything we can to recycle and reuse. We love being a part of this community and hope you’ll give us a shot some time soon. Let us help your with your next hauling project!
Emeryville is a small city located in northwest Alameda County, California, in the United States. It is located in a corridor between the cities of Berkeley and Oakland, extending to the shore of San Francisco Bay. Its proximity to San Francisco, the Bay Bridge, the University of California, Berkeley, and Silicon Valley has been a catalyst for recent economic growth.
It is the home to Pixar Animation Studios, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Jamba Juice, The Center for Investigative Reporting and Clif Bar. In addition, several well known tech and software companies have made their home in Emeryville: LeapFrog, Sendmail, MobiTV, Novartis (formerly Chiron before April 2006), Wargaming America, and BigFix (now IBM). The population was 10,080 as of 2010, although it swells considerably on weekdays due to the city’s position as a regional employment center.