“The truly safe environment is not merely safe but Stimulating.” – William H. Stuart
Have you ever tried moving a refrigerator on your own? Well, if you have then you know that it’s like trying to move a thousand pound boulder across the room. Obviously, it’s not a job for one person and depending on the size of the refrigerator you may need a small team to manage refrigerator disposal properly.
Apart from this, if your refrigerator is old and no longer being used having it lying around can be a problem. You see, even if you manage to take it to the curb, most trash collection services, don’t remove large, bulky waste items and leave them there. So, what do you do?
Refrigerator disposal services are your best option.
Easy, straightforward and eco-friendly, refrigerator disposal services allow you to get rid of your old refrigerator without having to deal with the hassle of moving or disposing of it.
First, you hire a reputable refrigerator removal company, that offers complete refrigerator disposal services to help you manage this. Here’s what to do.
1. Simply schedule your refrigerator removal appointment by calling 1-888-888-JUNK or you can also book online at www.junk-king.com and save $30.
2. Our friendly, insured, refrigerator disposal team, will come to your home and call 15 minutes before we arrive.
3. Our professional hauling team will haul old fridge away with NO Hidden Fees.
4. If possible, we recycle your refrigerator.
Why Proper Refrigerator Disposal Is So Important
Now, just because trash services won’t collect your old refrigerator you shouldn’t just dump it anywhere.
You don’t want to be caught dumping waste illegally and be fined or prosecuted or worst, be responsible for causing harm to the environment; so when the time comes to get rid of your old fridge it’s best to hire a refrigerator disposal company to take care of everything for you.
The consequences of improper refrigerator disposal can be pretty severe as you can put both human and environmental health at risk. For instance, numerous ozone-depleting refrigerants and/or foam blowing agents can be found in older model refrigerators/freezers depending on the year they were manufactured. This, along with the many materials and substances found in refrigerators that are comprised of hazardous compounds like carbon, fluorine, chlorine, and hydrogen, are extremely dangerous if exposed.
So, based on these troubling effects, people are urged to handle refrigerator disposal the responsible way and work with a service provider who can not only remove and dispose of your old fridge safely, but make sure that it is done in an environmentally friendly manner.
Instead Of Refrigerator Disposal Can I Recycle My Unwanted Fridge?
Of course, you can! Furthermore, once in relatively good condition, it’s encouraged. You see, refrigerator disposal may not be required for all old fridges since they are perfect for recycling.
Basically, once collected, old refrigerators are dismantled into smaller parts and pieces which are sorted for recycling or reused for other purposes. Even though you should consider recycling your old refrigerator if possible, not all refrigerator disposal companies offer to recycle as part of their services. So to be sure your old fridge is disposed of responsibly contact us here at Junk King, we’ll take care of everything for you.
Eco-Friendly Refrigerator Disposal Matters To Us!
When you call Junk King to handle your refrigerator disposal, you can feel at ease knowing that we pride ourselves in promoting eco-friendly practices and offer recycling services.
Once you call us, we will come in and remove your old fridge without any hassle to you. In addition to this, here at Junk King transport and processing also come as part of the service without any extra fees.
Don’t pay an arm and a leg and still not get complete refrigerator disposal services when Junk King can make refrigerator disposal easy, convenient and affordable for you.
Contact us at today at 1-888-888-JUNK to book an appointment right away or you can visit our website at www.junk-king.com to learn more.