Round Rock, TX
Are you looking for the quickest and most pain free appliance disposal in Williamson County?
If so, Round Rock Junk Hauling can pick up your old, broken, and hazardous appliances as soon as today. Give us a call right away for your free appliance removal estimate.
We work with both residential and commercial appliance owners who need the job done quick.
This means we can haul appliances out of office buildings, basements, attics, backyards, kitchens, and those hard to reach places.
Just point us in the right direction and our expert haulers will handle the rest.
Why Hire Someone To Dispose Of My Old Appliances?
One of the most common reasons someone picks up the phone and calls us is because they're ready to replace their old appliances. They realize after buying a new washer, dryer, or microwave that they now have to get rid of the old one.
This is where we come in.
For a fraction of the price you paid for your new appliances, we can get you unwanted goods out of your life faster than you can say, "Get this outta here!"
What Appliances Can We Haul?
Round Rock Junk Hauling can safely hall away all major household appliances, including:
Don't see an item you need removed? Give us a call anyways and we'll let you know if we can take care of it. (We likely can)
What Happens To Your Appliances After Pickup?
The first step is determining which method of recycling to use. This depends on the appliance, but also if it can be reused. Most appliances can last around 10-20 years, and if an item falls within or before that timespan, it can often be donated to local Round Rock charities after minor repairs.
Non-working appliances are delivered to recycling centers where they're then taken to scrap recycling facilities.
A dangerous chemicals, called chlorofluorocarbons, are removed to prevent damage to the ozone layer.
Next, metals like copper and iron are removed so they can be made into new products.
Whatever the process, you'll be glad to know your appliances are safely put into the hands of needy families all across Williamson County.