Fort Myers Wood Swing DisposalThe thing about a wood swing stand disposal is much like trying to offload any other large item — size matters. The bigger it is, generally the more difficult it is to get rid of it once and for all. It’s what makes a kids’ backyard playset disposal so hard to do. Big and bulky always presents a problem — that’s just the way it is.
Taking apart a wood swing set might be necessary when you move to a new house, want to move the swing to a different location, or need to get rid of the set completely. Be ready to set aside an afternoon for dismantling the pieces from the hardware, which may have rusted from the weather. Wood swing sets should come apart using common tools and readily available lubricants. —Home Steady.comSo, instead of going through the hassle and wasting a lot of time, it’s best to just call in a junk hauling service. This way, you don’t have to worry about doing the work or have to handle the disposal process. (Which can easily get complicated right away.)
Dismantling How-To GuideTo dismantle a wood swing, you’ll need the following tools and materials. Gather up a socket wrench set, pliers, a pry bar, hammers, eye protection, gloves, lubricant, rust remover, and a free standing ladder. Then, follow this guide:
- Lubricate and loosen the bolts. Most likely, you’ll need to lubricate the nuts and bolts to loosen them in order to take the swing apart. Spray them with lubricant, let it work, and then begin to dismantle it.
- Remove the swing from its chains. While the lubricant works to free the nuts and bolts, you can take the swing off its chains and put it aside. You’ll need at least one set of helping hands to do this.
- Remove the swing parts, if necessary. You can then work to dismantle the assembly. As you do, take pictures and/or note how it’s put together so you can easily reassemble it, when desired.