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Appliance Removal For Your Old Washer And Dryer The Easy Way

Posted by Junk King on Feb 13, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Getting a new and efficient washer and dryer set is a great investment. Having new appliances is always exciting, but old appliance removal - not so much!

 
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Topics: washer / dryer disposal, get rid of old appliances, junk hauling, junk recycling, junk removal, Old Appliances

Junk Hauling For Old Appliance Removal - Or Recycling?

Posted by Junk King on Jan 31, 2017 6:00:00 AM

If you just bought some new items and need to get rid of your old appliances, what do you do? The fact is, you have other options besides junk hauling.

If you have decided to upgrade your appliances, then you also need to consider what to do with your old units. Or maybe you already have some old appliances still hanging around the house, in the garage, or the basement, simply taking up space. What are your options?

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Topics: Refrigerator Disposal, Refrigerator Recycling, washer / dryer disposal, get rid of old appliances, junk hauling, Recycling, Old Appliances

Before Calling For Junk Removal Consider Donating Old Appliances

Posted by Junk King on Aug 16, 2016 6:29:58 PM

Old appliances can begin to accumulate and the storage can become unmanageable. And when you're faced with clearing them out, it can seem overwhelming.

If you are planning on moving soon or looking to upgrade your appliances, then it's definitely time to take steps to reduce the clutter while making your home safer, easier to clean and maintain. 

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Topics: Refrigerator Recycling, washer / dryer disposal, Recycle Furniture, get rid of old appliances, TV disposal, junk removal, Old Appliances

WHAT HAPPENS WITH YOUR STUFF?

Posted by frankc on Nov 6, 2013 9:19:21 AM

If you have a bunch of junk or debris around your house, and you call Junk King hauling and recycling? What happens with your junk? Do they handle it properly? Does the E-waste get recycled or dumped in the landfill? What about your metals? Your cardboard? Old appliances? Just how do we recycle or donate what you don't want anymore?

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Topics: Refrigerator Disposal, junk king, Refrigerator Recycling, washer / dryer disposal, hauling, E-waste Removal, Green Junk Removal, green blogs, junk hauling, get rid of junk, Recycling, junk recycling, junk removal, Old Appliances

RECYCLING THOSE OLD APPLIANCES

Posted by frankc on Oct 22, 2013 9:35:18 AM

So, you want to get rid of that old refrigerator. Junk King recycles them. So what does it mean to recycle that old refrigerator or other old large appliance. Well, let's deal with the old refrigerator first, since they are a little different from other large appliances.

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Topics: Refrigerator Disposal, junk king, Refrigerator Recycling, washer / dryer disposal, hauling, E-waste Removal, get rid of old appliances, Green Junk Removal, green blogs, Old Appliances

TAKE A PICTURE--It lasts longer.

Posted by frankc on Oct 17, 2013 10:45:04 AM

 

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Topics: junk king, washer / dryer disposal, hauling, get rid of old appliances, Green Junk Removal, get rid of junk, furniture removal, damaged furniture removal, trash removal, Old Appliances

Time to Get Rid of Your Washer / Dryer?

Posted by Junk King on May 11, 2011 10:50:51 AM
Have you been wrestling with the decision about getting rid of your old washer and/or dryer? When either breaks down, repairs could be expensive, particularly if you don’t have any handyman’s skills of your own. How do you make the choice between investing in parts and labor vs. just going to the appliance store to buy a new machine? Economics definitely come into play. Aesthetics might be an issue too, if the laundry room is in an area of the house that guests can easily see. Here are three evaluation points to consider when deciding if you need to get rid of your washer / dryer.
1. Economics: Addressing the economics: is the cost of a new washer or dryer an expense or an investment? When you file your taxes, you can definitely list it in the expense column if your home is set up as an income property or multi-unit dwelling. As a single homeowner, you may or may not get away with that (ask your accountant), but you can definitely look at a new machine as an investment. They run more efficiently than the old ones and cost less to maintain. Best of all, they’ll be under warranty for a number of years, so your repair worries are over for a while.
2. Aesthetics / Repairs: Aesthetics don’t come into play if your washer and dryer are locked away in a dark basement where no one but you will venture. If they’re upstairs in an area where others might see them, you’ll need to buy something sleek and attractive to the casual eye. You’ll want it to be functional also, of course, but paying attention to color and style needs to be added to your shopping to-do list. Buying a basement model can be purely about best price. A household unit has to match the décor.
There are used appliance websites where you can buy parts to repair almost any washer or dryer. Some of the repairs are pretty simple, especially dryer repairs. A gas dryer is made up of half a dozen parts that are all easy to get to and replace. Washers are a bit more complex. Do you want to make repairs and keep the old units? We’ve already examined the costs and issues that will be related to shopping for a new one. After all that, are you now leaning toward keeping those old machines?
3. Conservation: Conservation is issue number three. Older machines like washers, dryers, refrigerators, and dishwashers burn more electricity and gas, use more water in their operations, and cost you more in your monthly utility bills. Even worse than that, they consume more of our natural resources. Most electrical plants right now are coal-fired, so electricity use adds to air pollution in the United States. Many of those plants are being changed over to natural gas, nuclear, or alternative energy like solar and wind, so conserving now will create a brighter future for the next generation and others that come after.
If, after reviewing these three points, you've decided it's time to get rid of your washer / dryer, than be sure to give Junk King a call at 1-800-995-JUNK to haul the old machines away in an efficient and affordable manner.
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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, junk king, washer / dryer disposal, Old Appliances

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