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Can you name the brand of refrigerator that is in your kitchen right now? Sometimes we forget what we actually have working for us in our very own homes. How about this question: do you know how old your fridge is? Most refrigerators are built to last a long time, but a long time doesn’t mean forever. Some folks aren’t aware that, much like a car, your fridge needs occasional maintenance. Typically, this involves replacing or flushing out hoses. If your fridge has an ice maker or water dispenser, you need to swap out the filters. If not, you could be in for a world of trouble as the filter backs up and causes the refrigerator to malfunction. That’s when it might be time for the proverbial “out with the old and in with the new.” The “out” phase can be accomplished by hiring a Colorado refrigerator disposal company like Junk King Colorado Springs. With one call, you can make sure that broken refrigerator can be hauled away to make room for your brand new model.
Remember your refrigerator brand yet? If it is a GE model then you’re not alone. GE is one of the world’s leading manufacturer and seller of kitchen appliances. General Electric was the first company to produce and sell the the “Monitor-Top” refrigerator. This was back in 1927. It was called the “Monitor-Top” because it looked just like the gun turret on the ironclad warship USS Monitor. On this model, the compressor unit was mounted on top of the cabinet was was encased win a decorative ring. This unit also produced a lot of heat. It also proved to be an instant hit with over a million units being sold in its initial run.
Back then, a chemical substance known as methyl formate was used as the coolant. This was an extremely hazardous compound. Then came Freon which was also proved to be a hazard and was banned back in the 1980s. There are still some “not so friendly” components used in the freezing and coolant coils of a modern fridge. That’s why these units need to be disposed of properly. If your fridge breaks down and you move it out the garage or down to the basement just to “get it out of the way” you might be breaking a Colorado law if you don’t take precautions. Even a fridge in your house that isn’t being used has to be locked or have the doors removed. Of course you could avoid all this hassle by simply having that refrigerator hauled away once and for all.
Hiring a refrigerator disposal crew doesn’t mean you are limited to just disposing of the refrigerator! In fact, that very same crew could possibly take away a lot more of your unwanted junk like old mattresses, furniture or even that clunky piano that nobody is playing. Do you really need to be hanging on to that stuff? Of course not. Hire the right crew and have it taken away today.