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Fast Free Appliance Removal is building a network of used appliance store owners throughout the U.S. to help recycle older and unwantedrefrigerators, stoves, freezers, washers andclothes dryers in their local area.
Our mutual goal is to extend the life of as many appliances as possible, while keeping landfills free of appliances that still have some life in them. Your help in keeping the usable machines away from the scrapyard is much appreciated!
Need Old Appliances Picked Up
before your new ones are delivered?
Our network of Local Appliance Removal experts make it fast and easy to get rid of old refrigerators,stoves, washers, freezers, and dryers fast! Many callers like to book these services the day before or on the delivery date of their new kitchen or laundry equipment's arrival.
This gives you time to clean up the floors and any mess that was lurking underneath ....like those elusive missing socks that live behind your washing machine and long lost Tupperware lids that have been hiding under your kitchen range! Our service pros makes it easy! Simply give them a call and wave bye bye!
Most crews can pick up your old working and non working appliances and haul them away the very SAME DAY, in most cases! You have the best chance at getting on that day's schedule if you call in the morning. This way they can fit your pick up in between deliveries and service calls.
Unwanted Appliances taking up valuable space?
Is the wife tired of trying to fit her car in the garage, while not scraping against that old, broken refrigerator?
Tired of looking at that old washer and dryer that you replaced 6 months ago that's just sitting there gathering dust?
Simply give a call to the listed company hauling away appliances in your area. Though we currently only list a few, we will be adding more removal specialist in different areas each week!
Who recycles appliances in the most eco-friendly way possible?
Check our appliance removal directory! If our groups hauls away a working washing machine, stove, oven, clothes dryer, or refrigerator, they will be tested, cleaned and sold as a used appliances to those that don't want, or can not afford to purchase new ones.
This helps to cover their operating expenses, while adding as little to over crowded landfills as possible.
Old, rusted and non-repairable appliances are tested to see which parts still work. Working parts are stripped and either used to repair other appliances, or sold as used parts at a price way cheaper than they cost new.
Say we hauled away a nice looking refrigerator with an expensive circuit board problem. Parts like doors, handles, crisper drawers, shelves, knobs, fans, and even light bulbs are removed and sorted to be used again.
Freon is then safely removed with a vacuum pump to a recycling container, then the remaining carcass is taken to a metal recycling facility.
Unlike most junk haulers that take everything to the junk yard as scrap to get crushed, our system keeps landfill waste to a minimum!
Donating Appliances To Charity
Most charities do not take large appliances. Some that will accept them, do not take broken ones, ir those over 10 years old. Selling cheap, or giving to a friend or coworker sounds nice, until the washer, dryer, or refrigerator stops working properly next week and you are somehow to blame!?!
They may also need help with delivery, have a different electrical outlet than yours (on a stove or dryer) not able to pick it up for weeks and on and on! You know the old saying, "A good deed never goes unpunished", right?
Yes, you can also sell them on places like Facebook, craigslist, and newspaper ads... though that presents it's own set of challenges. Cleaning, measuring, writing descriptions. looking for model numbers, and taking several pictures of each appliance is rather time consuming.
Waiting for folks that are a no-show,.. wishing some of the rather interesting strangers (who now know where you live AND what else you have in your garage and home) hadn't actually come over - can be rather scary! We've all heard the stories! Why risk it?
Free Appliance Removal Services
provide jobs in your local community!
Calling Fast Free Appliance Removal to pick up your unused appliances also provides local jobs. Our process requires several people to help recycle the thousands of appliances picked up each year. These workers are trained to help unload, test, strip and clean parts, photograph, list used appliance parts online, as well as keeping the trucks and warehouses nice and tidy.
Because some crews operate 6 to 7 days a week, they can provide full-time, part-time and even weekend jobs in many cases. These extra positions can really ease the financial burden for college students, single parents, and those looking for a part time job until they find permanent employment.
Several wholesale dealers store broken appliances in their warehouses, then sell them in bulk to other used appliance dealers. Their employees then test them, replace broken and missing parts, give them a good cleaning and then sell them in their retail stores.
When you really think of all the benefits of having our removal teams take away your appliances, it is way better than simply tossing them to the curb!
Have a Refrigerator, Washer, Dyer, Stove, Freezer or Oven you want Removed, Fast and FREE?
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Fast FREE Appliance Removal near you!
FREE RERIGERATOR REMOVAL
Our network of independent contractors only offerfree haul away of appliances that can either be refurbished or stripped and parted out. No problem if they are working or not, as long as they are not pure junk, or have bugs in them.
Though most basic removals are free of charge, appliances that are upstairs, in basements, or require extra labor, may incur a small fee. Be sure to mention any potential issues to your local haul away expert when setting up an an appointment.
Though our network does recycle as much as possible, they are not a free junk/metal hauling company, so, appliances only, please!
We pick up thousands of refrigerators each year. With the economy getting better, many people are redoing their kitchens. Many order new kitchen appliances at the time or their remodeling job, while some get new ones after the job is completed. However you go about it, our free removal services are just a phone call away!
FREE WASHER AND DRYER HAUL AWAY
Calling to get your washer and dryer picked up before arrival of your new set is a great idea. This gives you a little extra time to clean up the floor underneath your old set.
Removing lint and spills of fabric softener, bleach and detergent can prevent your new washer and dryer sliding on the flo
or during use.
Refrigerators and Stoves Picked Up from Apartment Complexes that are Updating
Bulk Appliance Removal
Replacing all kitchen, or laundry appliances in an apartment complex, assisted living facility, government agency, or business? Give our appliance removal experts a call!
Most have the ability to take away large quantities of old no longer needed appliances before they start to clutter your area.
Because they understand that most of you will be changing these out over time, simply advise them of how many units are ready to go right now and work out how often they would need to come pick up a truckload. Often times, you can work out a deal to sell unwanted appliances to them at a special rate, if you have quite a lot of them.
Recycling Old Appliances
These working water inlet valves above were tested and removed from used washing machines. Below are used dryer heating elements that were tested and cleaned for resell.
Salvaging and selling used appliance parts helps cover business owner's costs of proving free hauling of your appliances.
Recycling Dryer Parts
We save appliance parts from non-repairable units to fix other machines
Donating Appliances to Charity
We ask that those in our group give back by testing, cleaning and donating working freezers to local food banks and charities in need.