The easiest way to get rid of old appliances is to call us! Household appliances are hard to get rid of. Refrigerators, washers, dryers, etc. usually aren’t accepted by trash companies because they contain harmful chemicals. They’re also too big for your regular trash service. And too heavy and bulky to tilt into your pickup truck or SUV.
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If you want to handle it yourself, read on for DIY appliance disposal tips.
Getting rid of old appliances can be done in several ways depending on the condition of the appliance, your location, and local regulations. Here are some common methods to get rid of old appliances:
Municipal pick-up: In some areas, the local government provides curbside pickup of old appliances. Contact your local municipality to find out if they offer this service and what the guidelines are for disposing of appliances.
Donation: If the appliance is still in good working condition, consider donating it to a local charity, church, or non-profit organization. Many of these organizations accept donations of appliances and will either use them in their programs or sell them to raise funds.
Retailer pick-up: Some appliance retailers offer pick-up and disposal of old appliances when you purchase a new one. Check with the retailer to see if they offer this service and what the fees are.
Junk removal companies: Junk removal companies can also help you get rid of old appliances. They will typically come to your home, pick up the appliance, and dispose of it properly.
Recycling: Appliances contain a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, and glass, which can be recycled. Check with your local recycling center to see if they accept appliances and what the guidelines are for dropping them off.
Remember to check with your local government to find out the regulations and guidelines for disposing of appliances in your area. Some cities have specific rules about how appliances must be prepared for disposal, so it’s important to follow these guidelines to avoid any fines or penalties.
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