Venice Vinyl Floor Disposal GuideAside from the physical aspect of taking up vinyl flooring, there’s the matter of disposing of it properly. After all, you can’t just roll it out to the curb because the local trash collection agency won’t pick it up. Which means you’ll have to find another way to unload it.
Let’s be clear: It’s no fun to remove vinyl flooring. Peeling up the material itself is no picnic, but the real trial is to get rid of the glue that had been securing the vinyl to the subfloor. The only silver lining here is that while tedious and time-consuming, it’s certainly not complicated to remove vinyl flooring. No special tools or advanced skills are required. It’s really only a matter of elbow grease. —Bob Vila.comThe best way to do this is to call a local junk removal service to come and pick up and haul away the debris. This way, you can take advantage of the opportunity and offload a bunch of other unwanted stuff at the very same time. The more you unload, the less you have to deal with in the future.