What Can I Do with Old Appliances?
Your new refrigerator can come a couple of days after you buy it, and you’ll finally be able to restock on fresh vegetables. When the delivery guys move the old one and put in the new one, everything is great, but what do you do now about your old refrigerator? You don’t want it taking up space in the garage and collecting dust.
The worst thing you can do is to procrastinate doing anything about it. Huge house appliances such as refrigerators, stoves, dryers, or washing machines aren’t easy to haul around. They can be pretty heavy, so you can’t move them yourself. Don’t go there.
The best way to avoid hoarding big metal boxes is by calling someone to get rid of them. Besides, do you even know where to take them if you are able to load them in the back of your truck?
The Sooner the Better
If you have any sort of deadline or urgency to remove the appliance, such as those enforced by most apartment complexes, make sure you act right away. Having very little space to spare in your living quarters, you can’t afford to waste it on useless objects.
Preparing yourself for this type of situation is very simple: once you know when the new appliance is coming in, you can schedule the appliance removal in Las Vegas immediately after your new appliance has been installed. That way, you won’t have to deal with useless junk taking up space in your home for weeks.
We Care About the Environment Too
Besides, calling ahead of time to request a quote for the removal of your old appliance is the best strategy to ensure your old appliance will be disposed of properly.
The process can go one of two ways. The appliance(s) can be sent to a recycling facility to make sure it is disposed of in an eco-friendly way. Or, if it can still pass as functional, it can be donated to a charity.
Haul it Away
Whether you need to get rid of smaller appliances (electric radiator heaters, lawnmowers, water heaters, microwaves, air conditioners, dishwashers) or larger ones (refrigerators, freezers, stoves, ovens, washing machines, dryers), give us a call. If what you’re trying to dispose of is not in this list, just ask us about it.