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Trampolines, swing sets, and playhouses are all large outdoor toys. Kids can play for hours with these toys over the years. However, there comes an age when regular maintenance becomes ineffective. Parents will have to determine which disposal method will be the most effective with their budget and availability. Most garbage collection companies do not consider big outdoor games as household garbage, leaving disposal to the owner.
The removal of large outdoor toys is more complicated than dropping off the garbage in a landfill. If you break the disposal process into smaller steps, the process would be at least four steps. The first step is disassembling the toy into pieces, the next step is to load the toy on the bed or trailer or truck, the fourth step is to transport the toy that has been dismantled into a landfill, and the fourth step is to unload the toy that has been disassembled. Unfortunately, many consumers do not have the funds to finish each removal procedure step. In this instance, we recommend our playset disposal and removal service. Please find out more about our commercial and residential junk removal services by reading the following information.
Do-It-Yourself Trampoline Disassembly Made Easy
As previously mentioned, most recycling centers, landfills, and donation centers will accept only disassembled playsets such as trampolines and swing sets. The owner is responsible for disassembling the trampoline before transporting it to a disposal facility. The dismantling of large playground equipment takes enormous resources, including time, hand equipment, and human resources. Unfortunately, many people do not have access to these resources. That is why the junk elimination service steps in.
We will send a junk crew to the home to remove the trampoline. Then, you will be able to take charge of the removal or give us your approval to move forward.
Begin by putting the net on poles, taking them apart, and placing them on the ground. Next, take off the trampoline and safety frame platform by removing the t-anchors, long and short, bungees. The frame is disassembled and placed away. Take out any other components that are left to complete the removal process.
DIY Playhouse Disassembly
Based on the dimensions of the outdoor playhouse, disassembling it can take anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes. The first step in the process is to remove the top of your playhouse. Once the roof is removed, it will be clear access to the windows, walls, and doors. Next, each division at a time, take it off and put it in a stack to organize all the parts.
Once the walls are out of their way, the flooring becomes left. If the playhouse is equipped with a slide, swing, or other feature, it must be removed before the playhouse can be dismantled.
Once the playhouse is completely dismantled and loaded, you can put it onto the truck bed trailer or truck. Please make sure the pieces are secured so that they don’t become debris during transportation. Once you arrive at the waste transfer or landfill center, park in the appropriate parking area, and wait until an attendant comes to guide your vehicle to the drop-off location.
Our Swing Set Removal And Disposal Services
Swing sets are huge outdoor toys, such as trampolines and playhouses, challenging to remove and dispose of. All playground equipment outdoors must be dismantled entirely before dropping them off in a garbage dump. The process of disassembling will differ between one set and another. The more features you have, the longer it will be required to complete. Being prepared to spend a few hours disassembling the set can work to your advantage since it eliminates the feeling of being rushed.
If you don’t possess a vehicle or truck and trailer, you may avail of the junk elimination services. A certified junk removal crew will pick up and take the broken swing set and take it to either a waste disposal facility or the landfill.
Various disposal options can be used to disassemble swing sets of any size. They include:
- Recycle Centers – Plastic and metal are the most commonly used materials in manufacturing swing sets. They are recyclable. They can be dropped off at your local recycling center and paid money.
- Thrift stores – Swing sets can be donated to an area secondhand or thrift store.
- Nonprofit Charities Many nonprofit organizations accept donations of pre-owned swing sets. The sets are given to families in need or sold to profit.
- Donate to a swing Set Repair Service. It is possible to donate your disassembled swing set to a local repair shop. The parts in good condition could be used to replace damaged parts.
It is also possible to donate used trampolines, swing sets, playhouses, and other playground equipment to your neighbor, family member, acquaintance, or even coworkers. For example, if your kids have outgrown the swing, you may give it to a person you know for future use.
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