If you are like most homeowners, you take good care of your property maintenance and especially your lawns and your landscaping. And, in order to do the job right, you have to have the proper tools and equipment. But, eventually over time, your yard tools can break down and your lawn care equipment gets old.
And when that happens you need to buy new ones.
So, what do you do with your old lawn mower, tree trimmer, leaf blower or chainsaw? How do dispose of them since they can't really go into your residential trash bin? Do you leave them on the curb with a sign that reads, "Free", or try to give them to your neighbors?
Probably not. So what do you do with them?
A Better Option for Lawnmower and Landscaping Equipment Disposal
If you have broken or old lawn mowers and other landscaping equipment still taking up space in your shed or garage, it's probably because you know that getting rid of them can be difficult, uncomfortable, and dirty. You can't just leave them for the municipal waste removal service. And taking everything to your local landfill may not be an option for a number of reasons.
Fortunately, there is a great option. Instead of hanging on to these old tools and equipment, you can actually have someone else take away your landscaping equipment and outsource your other appliance recycling and disposal needs.
Hiring a professional firm for junk removal of appliances like lawn mowers will take this burden off your shoulders and let you take back the space in your garage or shed.
Your Old Landscaping Equipment Can be Recycled. Really.
Landscaping recycling is not just for your yard clippings and compost debris. Recycling can be done with all your old large tools and equipment. This includes old lawnmowers, leave blowers, wheelbarrows, and chainsaws. This is because scrap metal recycling is a major component of the recycling economy in the U.S.
Scrap metal is also a major component of your old yard maintenance tools, as well. Lawnmowers and other landscaping equipment can be broken down into their various metal and plastic parts, cleaned of oil, gasoline and other substances, and then have their parts recycled industrially.
In addition to recycling, re-use is a great option for old equipment. For example, if your old lawnmower is still in good enough shape for someone else to use it can be hauled off to a donation center. Along with recycling, re-use is even more environmentally friendly than simply getting rid of these items in a landfill.
The Right Team for Lawn Equipment Disposal
Junk King provides an efficient, safe and eco-friendly waste disposal service so you don’t need to worry about the scrap metal pick up or disposal of the debris after your spring cleaning project is complete.
Junk King recycles more than half of the garbage we collect by hauling it off in our specialized trucks (many of which run on biodiesel), then separating it by material and sending everything to local recycling facilities. In some locations, Junk King even has its own recycling centers.
Whether you need our services several times during a cleaning project or just once after it is complete, our hauling professionals will ensure that the debris is out of your way so that you can get on with the job.
Our team specializes in both residential and business trash removal. We can be at your home or facility in mere minutes, so call us today! Our crew is fully insured and well-trained, so you can trust them to get rid of your unwanted items in a professional and courteous fashion.
And remember: one of the best things about hiring Junk King is that we do recycle many of the items we pick-up. This is proof of our commitment to being an eco-friendly removal service. If you have questions about what we do or what we believe, give us a call at 1.888.888.JUNK (5865).