Appliance Removal Akron
We Serve Akron Area And Beyond!
Rubbish Outlaw is a rubbish removal and recycling service that takes away all of your old appliances so you don't have to worry about the collection or disposal of them. Not only that, but we make sure your old goods are disposed of in the proper location: whether it's a charity if they're still operational, or a recycling plant to verify that your device is handled responsibly.
Are you ready to get rid of those old appliances? It's as simple as 1, 2, 3. You may schedule an appt by booking online above or calling 330-260-6462. We provide expert and insured appliance removal services. Our team will arrive at your home or business; we will call 15 minutes before we arrive on site, and we'll provide you with a free estimate based on how much space your junk fills our truck. With no hidden costs, you simply point and we haul your trash away in our roll-off containers.
We remove a wide range of appliances and Junk, including::
Ready to get rid of your old items?
Call Us When Your Ready!
You can make an appointment with Rubbish Outlaw by booking online above or by calling us at 330-260-6462. Our team will arrive at your home or business; we will call 15 minutes before we arrive on site, and we'll provide you with a free estimate based on how much space your junk fills our truck. We make it simple for you. You simply need to point and we'll carry those things away, with no hidden costs.Book Online Now
Learn More About Appliance Removal:
If you've only had your old washer or dryer for a few years, and it's still in good working order, you can almost always sell it. That's because your gently used but functioning appliances continue to have worth.
The first barrier is to get rid of them.
The major disadvantage with appliance removal is that it is almost never a do-it-yourself job. The majority of large appliances are far too hefty for one person to move. Even with two people, the task still necessitates some basic tools like a hand truck or furniture dolly, furniture straps, and ideally some duct tape or packaging tape to keep the lids and panels closed as they are carried.
You'll need a van or other large vehicle to transport your appliances, and it won't be your new Tesla!
Even if a small dryer or tiny fridge might fit into some larger hatchbacks, this is generally a job for a truck or even a trailer. Remember: removing appliances from the house entails carrying them to the curb and loading them into the back of the car or onto the trailer.
How many large appliances are purchased each year? Every new home constructed in the United States will typically have new appliances installed by the builders or purchasers. In 2016, over 600,000 new houses were erected in the United States. This number appears to be growing every year now. In fact, 667,000 new homes were sold in 2018 according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
It's also typical for new homeowners to replace, or upgrade, the old fixtures in their property after purchasing it. If 10% of the 5.64 million existing homes sold in 2020 had new appliances installed, that would be over five million sets of kitchen and perhaps laundry room equipment sold.
And this does not include the continual requirement for homeowners, property managers, and others to replace old or damaged equipment.
In the United States alone, appliance manufacturers delivered over 80 million major home appliances to retailers. While not all of these devices will necessarily be replacing existing ones, it's reasonable to anticipate that the majority will, which means a lot of appliance removal.
Getting rid of old, useless appliances starts with removing them from your house, apartment, or workplace. That's simply the first stage; you must now transport it somewhere.
The landfill is not an option for most locations. In fact, because of various laws restricting goods like appliances from being deposited in landfills, almost half of the states in the United States have banned them. Furthermore, you have a lot more choices when it comes to getting rid of your appliances.
One option is to sell them. Used, functioning appliances are always in great demand, but keep in mind that you may only get half or less of the original price of your appliance. This is true whether you choose a garage sale or sell online through sites like Craigslist, Let go, or other platforms like Nextdoor.com since appliance depreciation is very significant.
Consider a donation. If you're looking to get rid of your old equipment, consider donating it. Donating is frequently a wonderful method for finding a new home for your old appliances, as opposed to selling them on eBay or other similar platforms. Many second-hand shops and non-profit organizations are willing to take them if they are in good shape. Donating your old appliance is a wonderful method to find another home for it.
Scrap your appliance. Taking an old appliance to a local used appliance dealer or even a scrap metal business is another simple approach to get rid of it and make some money at the same time. This is especially beneficial for units that are no longer operational. These businesses will either restore and re-sell them, or disassemble them in order to retrieve the usable parts.
We accomplish this by not only removing and transporting your old appliances, but also recycling them.
Appliances, in particular washers and kitchen appliances, are largely composed of metal. The good news is that metals can be very recyclable and recoverable. When it comes to recycling scrap metal, such as your non-functional appliances, having a professional Junk Removal service to safely remove them is your best option.
If you're looking for a budget-friendly alternative, consider hiring a junk removal like Rubbish Outlaw.
Some older appliances, such as freezers, refrigerators, and air conditioners, include Freon or other similar chemicals. These are solvents that have a negative impact on the environment and must be dealt with cautiously. Before the equipment can be recycled, Freon must be collected by a recycling facility.
The cost of appliance removal varies significantly based on who removes it and where you take it yourself. According to a story at Homeguide.com, the average cost for removing a washer and dryer is $70-$205.
We at Rubbish Outlaw firmly believe in fair and transparent pricing, and we back it up with a free estimate with no hidden fees.
All of our services are priced per cubic yard. Onsite pricing is available from our expert teams, we accept photographs of your junk appliance or appliances, and you may contact us or communicate with one of our customer care specialists via phone or chat.
The price for disposing of your junk appliances differs depending on where you send them.
Refrigerators / Fridges
Stoves / Ovens
Before your appliance removal appointment, you should expect to receive a phone call from the team, confirming your location, items you want picked up, and the time the crew will arrive at your home or company.
If you are unable to make it on site, the crew will evaluate the junk and remove it according to directions.
Great Customer Service
Check out online reviews of the firm to see what others are saying. This is probably an obvious step for most people; many businesses have at least some sort of internet-based presence. If there aren't any reviews, it could indicate that the business doesn't have a website or that it is still relatively new.
You may also get referrals by asking for them. Any reputable firm will be able to and delighted to provide references or recommendations upon request. And, if you receive a good recommendation from a trustworthy friend or colleague, this can help you narrow down your options. Reputation is more important than price when it comes to junk removal services.
Competitive and Clear Pricing Structure
Do not select a junk removal service on the basis of price. This may seem appealing coming from a professional junk removal business, but keep in mind that you get what you pay for. A bad junk removal experience with one firm might reflect badly on all junk removal firms. You can always locate someone who will work for less than everyone else, but a company that is somewhat more expensive yet still affordable is likely to offer you greater value for your money.
Eco-Friendly and Committed to Green Practices
Avoid companies that just landfill there waste. Most appliances and other trash that can and should be recycled, so seek out a business with verifiably "eco-friendly" procedures like as Rubbish Outlaw. To ensure that you are properly disposing of waste, hire a business that recycles as much material as feasible while also being dedicated to a clean environment and zero waste methods.
Professional, Insured and Bonded
There are numerous "one-man" operations and tiny firms that provide garbage removal services. While they may be competent, you should always double-check their experience and professionalism. Check to see if they're bonded and insured. Are their trucks in good working order? Do they have a website and are you able to contact them quickly? Choosing a professional business with a lot of expertise, such as Rubbish Outlaw, will ensure that you receive great service in the shortest possible time.
Make a reservation for a touchless appt by calling 330-260-6462
We Take Just About Everything
Some examples of the junk we haul away include
- Refrigerator Disposal
- Garbage Removal
- Mattress Disposal
- Foreclosure Clean Outs
- Construction Waste Removal
- Yard Waste Removal
- Trash Removal
- Appliance Removal
- Television Disposal & Recycling
- Furniture Removal
- E-Waste Disposal
- Hot Tub Disposal
You Call We Haul Service
Rubbish Outlaw Dumpster Rental and Junk Removal provides many popular services and offers an easy to use solution to get rid of your unwanted junk and yes that includes TV's and other Electronic equipment. Those old TV's can be heavy and hard to dispose of for the average household. For a free junk removal quote give us a call.Give Us A Call