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Our callers get rid of washers and dryers for lots of different reasons.
Getting a new set it the main reason people call us to haul off their older still working washing machine and clothes dryers.
Moving into a new place and all ready owning a newer set? Our local independent contractor can usually take them away that same, or next day.
They will also remove broken laundry equipment, if we can repair and resell them as used appliances. Not spinning, heating, leaking water, dancing across the floor and needing expensive repairs are just a few of them.
With most washing machines weighing 200 lbs or more, and clothes dryers at 100 pounds, or more, why do it yourself when we haul them away at no charge to you?
Whether yours is old, broken, or you are just getting a new one, one call to gets that booger picked up and hauled outta there!
In some cities the county waste management, or garbage man will pick them up. We have a better, easier and faster solution.
With so much garbage going into landfills, Fast Free Appliance Removal decided to build a network of local appliance repair shops nationwide that recycle unwanted major appliances.
Though that unwanted washer/dryer set is of no value to you, it may have years of use left in it and could serve another family quite well for a few years.
That's way better than disposing of a machine that still has life it in being crushed in a scrap metal yard,
Fast Free Appliance Removal crews offer Free Washer and Dryer Pick Up, Haul Away and Recycling Services.
People Google search for "who picks up old washers and dryers" for a variety of reasons. From having broken appliances that you want hauled off, to not wanting to pay the appliance removal fee when buying a new set. Heck, who would chose to pay when there are local, independent contractors that offer free removal?
Updating your laundry equipment? Let that older washing machine and clothes dryer live a new life with someone else! Yes, some of the more modern appliances to have advantages over the old Sears Kenmore set.
With the latest technological advancements built into the newer front loading washer and dryer sets, many people have been updating their laundry equipment recently.
This being said, it is a shame to let the outdated set just be taken away and crushed by your local waste management company.
Fast Free Appliance Removal experts are rated as the most efficient and reliable appliance recycling service in the nation. If they are not in your local area, there are several ways to recycle your unwanted washer and dryer sets. Here are a few....
Where to Donate Old Washers and Dryers to Charity
Several charities, including the Salvation Army, St Vincent de Paul, Habitat For Humanity, local churches, women's centers and Veterans organisations will often pick up donated appliances. Most of these prefer them to be less than 10 years old, be working perfectly and not have any missing, or broken parts. If donating to one of the charities, some need them to be cleaned before they will take them away. Save time by calling and asking before scheduling for pick up.
Bringing Washers and Dryers to Scrap Metal Recycling Centers
Scrap Metal Junk Yards will pay to take your old washers and dryers. Much like the stock market, the price of scrap steel goes up and down. Currently at a low of 4 to 5 cents a pound, if you bring them there, a top loader washer dryer set will fetch around $8 to $10. Front loading washing machines weigh around twice as much, so bring in a few more dollars.
A few things to consider when recycling scrap metal....
Most scrap yards and roads leading into them are loaded with nails and screws that seem to find their way into car and truck tires. Recycling metal here brings you a few bucks as it helps put a dent in the American economy. Most of this metal is shipped to countries like China. They mix the metals and use them to make mostly sub-par and cheaply made products.
This steel-mix is used to produce anything from dollar store items to cheap quality and priced tools like those found in stores like Harbor Freight. Unlike quality American steel, these tools and other items can be made and sold cheaper, therefore putting a dent in the companies production and lower employment opportunities in our factories.
If this practice alone doesn't stop you from recycling here, the damage to Mother Earth just may. Old washers do contain several metal, but also contain plastic parts like pumps, water valves, outer tubs, plastic control panels and oil inside of an old washer's transmission. While the oil from crushed washers contaminates the earth, the plastic finds it's way to landfills.
As you can see, it's way better to get these units back onto the market through used appliance dealers and "Green Recycling" methods than to drop off at these establishments for a few cents a pound.