I think that we have both been in the same boat in at least one of the following scenarios. What should we do with this old computer? Isn't it kind of a hassle when you get a new refrigerator but the appliance company will not take the old one? What are you supposed to do with the old washer and dryer that got left behind when the previous home owners moved out? How are you supposed to move those things if you don't have a truck? Tired of using that old broken freezer in the garage as an extra shelf with a closing door? Can't park the car in the garage because the broken freezer is in the way? What should I do with this water heater, I don't want to just take it to the dump! Let me help you out! We both know that you really want to get rid of grandma Moses' heavy, old washing machine that crossed the plains with her in her handcart. Give me a call and we can schedule a time for a pick up.
I take any and all large appliances in working or non working condition. This includes: washing machines, dryers (gas or electric), dishwashers, freezers, chillers, ice machines, refrigerators (full size and mini), water heaters, stoves/ranges (gas or electric), trash compactors. And yes, I also take scrap metals, cables and wiring. if you want to get rid of them. I have also been asked before if I take dirt bikes, cars, trucks, trailers, boats and motorhomes. The answer is yes.
Lets both together save these useable and possibly repairable items from going to the landfill.
I take pride in quick and prompt pick ups and customer servcie. Bye-Bye Appliance Guy is a licensed company and follows all EPA 608 and 609 guidelines regarding refrigerant (freon) recovery and disposal.
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