Junk Hauling Appliance Removal BenefitsWhether it’s a rental home or your primary residence (or even an office or commercial space), when you need appliance removal, it’s generally because you’re doing a replacement. Perhaps you’ve scored a great deal but there’s no old appliance pick up service. Or, you’re simply getting rid of old appliances and will replace them later on. Whatever the case, you need help.
The cost of appliance pick-up and/or disposal varies. For example, your municipal public works department may [or may not] provide free collection of refrigerant-containing appliances or there may be a fee for this service, which may vary by appliance type. Some retailers offer appliance pick-up and disposal services with the purchase and delivery of a new model. Depending on the retailer, a fee of $10 to $50 may be charged for this service. —U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyThis is where a junk hauling service comes into play. Sure, you can go the DIY way but that means the onus is on you alone. However, if you bring in an appliance removal service, they’ll do all the work, including haul away and disposal. Plus, you can take the opportunity to offload a bunch of other unwanted junk. Additionally, you won’t have to waste precious time and effort trying to sort it out on your own.
Perris Appliance Disposal GuideHome appliance removal is part of updating a kitchen or laundry room. Sometimes, it’s a whole-house renovation and every room is gutted to start from an empty slate. Whatever the case, if you are in need of home appliance removal and replacement, considering the following:
- Sell the appliance(s) locally. There’s always somebody moving from one place to another. Take advantage of this by publishing a local, online ad. Sell the appliance(s) for a super low price. This way, you’ll get rid of them quickly. And, you won’t have to worry about finding the right disposal or recycling facility.
- Sell to a nearby repair shop. As mentioned above, local repair and resale shops just might be the ticket. Give a few a call to see if they are interested in taking the appliance(s) off your hands.
- Give it to a charity. Another viable option is a local charity — particularly shelters. These organizations rely not just on monetary donations, but other usable gift, as well.
- Junk it. If the appliance(s) are in poor condition or just not functioning properly and it’s too expensive to fix, then call a junk hauling service. This way, you can get rid of it, along with anything else.