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Trampolines swing sets and playhouses are among the most popular outdoor toys. Children can spend hours playing with these toys for years. Unfortunately, there comes a time when routine maintenance becomes no longer efficient. Parents must choose which disposal method would work best for their budget and resource availability. The majority of garbage collection companies do not classify large outdoor toys as household waste, which leaves the disposal to the owners.
The removal of large outdoor toys is much more complex than dropping them off in the garbage. If you break the process down, it should consist of four steps. The first step is to disassemble the toy into pieces, and the second step involves loading the toy onto a trailer or bed of a truck. The fourth step is to transport the toy dismantled to a landfill. Unfortunately, not all consumers have the funds to complete each stage of the disposal process. In this situation, we suggest our disposal and removal of playsets. Please find out more about our residential and commercial junk removal services by reading the information below.
Do-It-Yourself Trampoline Disassembly Made Easy
As mentioned previously, most recycling centers, landfills, and donation centers accept only disassembled playsets, including trampolines and swing sets. It is the owner’s responsibility to take the trampoline apart prior to transporting it to a disposal facility. Disassemble large playground equipment; it requires enormous resources, including time, hand tools, and human resources. Unfortunately, the majority of people don’t have access to such resources. That is why junk removal services come into play.
We will send a junk hauler to your home to dismantle your trampoline. Then, you will be given the option of either taking over the removal or permitting us to go forward with the process.
Beginning by putting the net on and poles, take them apart and place them sideways—the trampoline platform by disengaging the t-anchors and the long and short bungees. Next, take the frame apart and put it on the floor. Finally, get rid of any remaining parts to complete the deconstruction process.
DIY Playhouse Disassembly
Depending on the dimensions of the outdoor playhouse, the disassembly could take anywhere between 30 and 90 minutes. The first stage of the process is disassembling that roof on the playground. Once the roof is gone, you will have clear access to the windows, walls, and doors. Take one wall at a, remove and place it in a pile so that you can keep the various components in order.
The floor becomes the only element left with the walls out of the way. But, if the playhouse has a slide, swing, and other features, they will have to be removed before the playhouse can be dismantled.
After the playhouse has been completely dismantled, you can load it into the back of your trailer or truck. Secure the components to ensure they do not become flying debris throughout the transport. When you get to the waste transfer or landfill center, pull into the right parking spot and wait for the attendants to direct your truck to the drop-off area.
Our Swing Set Removal And Disposal Services
Swing sets are huge outdoor toys, such as trampolines and playhouses. They can cause problems with removal and disposal processes. As with all playground equipment outdoors that is used, swing sets need to be completely dismantled before dropping them off at a disposal site. The disassembly process will vary between one set and another. More features, more time it will be required to complete. The fact that you are prepared to take several hours disassembling the swing set will play to your advantage since it will eliminate the feeling of being rushed.
If you cannot access a truck trailer, benefit from the junk collection services. A qualified junk removal crew will pick up and transport the dismantled swing set and take it to either a waste disposal facility or landfill.
Several disposal methods will accept disassembled swing sets of all sizes. They include:
- Recycle Centers Metal and plastic are the most popular materials used to manufacture swing sets. They are recyclable. You can take them to drop them off at your local recycling center in exchange for cash.
- Thrift stores – Google swing sets can be donated to a local secondhand or thrift store.
- Nonprofit Charities Most nonprofits accept donations of pre-owned swing sets. The swing sets are donated to needy families or sold for a profit.
- Donate To The Swing Set Repair Services It could be possible to donate your broken swing set to the local repair center. The parts in good shape can be used to replace unrepairable parts.
It is also possible to donate used swing sets, trampolines, playhouses, and other large playground equipment to your neighbor, family member, colleague, or friend. If your children are outgrowing the swing, you may transfer it to a person you know for future use.
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