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Trampolines, swing sets, and playhouses are large outdoor toys. Kids can play for hours in these playthings for years. However, there comes a time when routine maintenance is no longer effective. The parents will need to decide which disposal method would be the most effective for their budget and resource availability. Most garbage collection services don’t classify the large toys in outdoor play as household garbage, leaving disposal to the property owners.
The disposal of big outdoor toys is more complicated than the drop-off of garbage. If you break the disposal process into pieces, it will consist of four steps. The first step is disassembling the toy into pieces, the second step is to load the toy onto the bed of a trailer or truck, the third step is hauling the toy that has been dismantled into a landfill, and the final step is to remove the disassembled toy. Unfortunately, many consumers do not have the means to complete each step in the disposal procedure. For this reason, we suggest our playset disposal and removal services. Please find out more about our residential and commercial junk removal services by reading through the content given below.
Do-It-Yourself Trampoline Disassembly Made Easy
As mentioned previously, most recycling centers, landfills, and donation facilities can only accept large playsets that have been disassembled like a swing set and trampoline. The property owner’s responsibility is to take the trampoline apart prior to hauling it to a disposal facility. Disassemble large playground equipment, and it requires an enormous amount of resources: time, hand tools, and workforce. Unfortunately, not every consumer has access to such resources. This is why the junk elimination service steps in.
We will send a junk removal team to your home to remove the trampoline. Then you’ll be able to take charge of the removal or permit us to go moving forward.
Starting from the security net and safety poles, break them down and put them out to the side—the trampoline platform by disengaging the t-anchors, long, shorter, and long bungees. Next, take the frame apart and put it aside. Finally, get rid of any remaining parts for complete disassembly.
DIY Playhouse Disassembly
Based on the size of your child’s outdoor playhouse, the removal could take anywhere between 30 and 90 minutes. The initial step in the process is disassembling the roof of the playhouse. With the roof taken off, it will be clear access to the walls, windows, and doors. Take one wall at a be removed and placed in a pile so that you can keep all the components organized.
Once the walls are out of the way, the floor becomes the only component left. However, if the playhouse features have slide, swing, or other elements, they’ll need to be removed before the playhouse is disassembled.
With the playhouse fully disassembled and loaded, you can put it in the beds of your truck or trailer. Secure the playhouse components so that they aren’t blown away as debris in the course of transport. When you get to the waste transfer or landfill center, park in the appropriate parking area, and wait for an attendant to guide your vehicle to the drop-off location.
Take the playhouse out of the proper garbage bins to finish the job.
Our Swing Set Removal And Disposal Services
Swing sets are massive outdoor playgrounds, like trampolines and playhouses that can be a challenge to remove and dispose of items. Like all playground equipment for outdoor use, the swing sets have to be taken apart completely before dropping them off at a disposal site. The disassembly process will vary from one swing set to another. The more features, the more time it will take to complete. It is important to be prepared to spend several hours disassembling your swing set will work to your advantage since it will take away any feeling of urgency.
If you cannot access a truck or truck and trailer, take advantage of the junk collection services. A professional junk removal service will take the broken swing set to a waste disposal facility or the landfill.
There are several methods of disposal that can be used to disassemble swing sets of any size. These include:
- Recycle Centers – Metal and plastic are the most popular materials for manufacturing swing sets. These materials are recyclable. You can dispose of them at a local recycling center and pay money.
- Thrift Stores – Swing sets can be donated to a local secondhand or thrift store.
- Nonprofit Charities Many nonprofit organizations accept preowned swing set donations. The swing sets are then donated to families in need or sold to profit.
- Donate To A The Swing Set Repair Service It is possible to donate the broken-down swing set to your local repair shop. The parts in good shape can be utilized to replace damaged parts.
It is also possible to donate used trampolines, swing sets, playhouses, and other playground equipment to neighbors, family members, friends, or co-workers. For example, if your children are outgrowing their swing set, you may donate it to a friend for further use.
Our Service Area
Winchester Park, Upper Holmesburg, Torresdale, Somerton, Pennypack, Parkwood, Normandy, Morrell Park, Modena Park, Millbrook, Krewstown, Crestmont Farms, Byberry, Bustleton, Ashton Woodenbridge, Academy Gardens, Wissinoming, Tacony, Ryers, Rhawnhurst, Oxford Circle, Northwood, Mayfair, Lexington Park, Lawndale, Lawncrest, Juniata, Holmesburg, Frankford, Fox Chase, Crescentville, Castor Gardens, Burholme, Olde Richmond, Port Richmond, Kensington, Harrowgate, Fishtown, Bridesburg, West Oak Lane, Olney, Ogontz, Melrose Park, Logan, Koreatown, Fern Rock, Feltonville, East Oak Lane, Wister, Morton, Germantown, Cedarbrook, Mount Airy, Chestnut Hill, Manayunk, Roxborough, Wissahickon, East Falls, Andorra, Nicetown Tioga, Hunting Park, Glenwood, Fairhill, Allegheny West, Northern Liberties, Fairmount, Yorktown, Strawberry Mansion, Stanton, Spring Garden, Sharswood, Poplar, Ludlow, Hartranft, Cecil B Moore, Brewerytown, Fairmount Park, Wynnefield, Cobbs Creek, Wynnefield Heights, Woodland Terrace, Walnut Hill, University City, Spruce Hill, Squirrel Hill, Saunders Park, Powelton Village, Parkside, Overbrook Farms, Overbrook Park, Overbrook, Mill Creek, Mantua, Haverford North, Haddington, Garden Court, Dunlap, Centennial District, Cedar Park, Cathedral Park, Carroll Park, Belmont Village, Belmont District, Hog Island, Southwest Schuy, Penrose, Paschall, Mount Moriah, Hedgerow, Elmwood Park, Eastwick, Kingsessing, Clearview, Bartram Village, Angora, Graduate Hospital, Southwark, West Passyunk, Wilson Park, Whitman, Wharton, Tasker, Schuylkill, Sports Complex, Queen Village, Point Breeze, Pennsport Neighborhood, Passyunk Square, Packer Park, Newbold, Moyamensing, Marconi Plaza, Lower Moyamensing, Little Saigon, Italian Market, Hawthorne, Grays Ferry, Greenwich, Girard Estate, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park, Dickinson Square West, Christian Street Historic District, Bella Vista, South Street, Washington Square West, Fitler Square, Rittenhouse Square, Penn Center, Old City, Museum District, Market East, Jewelers Row, Naval Square, Logan Square, French Quarter, Elfreths Alley, Chinatown, Callowhill, Avenue Of The Arts.
Zip Codes We Service
19148, 19147, 19146, 19145, 19144, 19143, 19142, 19141, 19140, 19139, 19138, 19137, 19136, 19135, 19134, 19133, 19132, 19131, 19130, 19129, 19128, 19127, 19126, 19125, 19124, 19123, 19122, 19121, 19120, 19119, 19118, 19116, 19115, 19114, 19112, 19111, 19110, 19109, 19108, 19107, 19106, 19105, 19104, 19103, 19102, 19101, 19019, 19160, 19155, 19154, 19153, 19152, 19151, 19150, 19149.