Appliance and Mattress Removal
If you are in the midst of a home remodel, one of the big things you might need done is to replace your old appliances with brand new ones. Appliance removal can be difficult because appliances are, not only heavy, but most of them have special hook ups that need to be dealt with. Mattresses, likewise, can be incredibly heavy, which makes taking them out of your home pretty hard. If you are needing to get rid of old appliances or to get rid of an old mattress, let us know!
Mattresses are made to be sturdy. Because you sleep on your mattress every night, for years on end, it needs to be constructed in a way that will hold up and support you. For this reason, mattresses are heavy. Since mattresses are also too big to hold in a comfortable manner, the size and weight, together, can make for a very awkward and hard time moving. If you need your mattress taken out of your home and disposed of, let us know so that we can come and pick up your mattress and dispose of it properly.
Ovens can be difficult appliances to remove because of the hook ups on the back of them. If you have a gas oven, you need to stop gas flow before removing the oven from the gas connector. We are familiar with this process and can make sure that it is done safely, so that gas doesn’t leak out in to your apartment. Once things are disconnected, we can muscle your oven out if its installation spot and then get in on to specialize moving furniture that will get it out of your home; making way for your brand new oven to go in.
Refrigerators are probably the hardest appliance there is to remove, simply because of their sheer size. Fridges are very hefty appliances and, depending on which type you have they can range from being decently heavy to incredibly heavy. If you have a more modern fridge, there is also a chance that you have a water line running to it for an ice maker or in-fridge water dispenser. We can make sure that this line is disconnected, without water spillage. We can then make sure we properly remove your fridge without hurting the rest of your kitchen.
While a dishwasher is usually much smaller than both an oven and fridge, it can still present a bit of a challenge to remove. Dishwashers have several hook ups running from and to them; some that supply water to the appliance and some that help to drain old water away from the appliance. For this reason, professionals, like us, should be contacted to remove your dishwasher. We know all the proper techniques to make sure that water isn’t spilling out from your drain lines. We can also get the dishwasher out without damaging your floors or surrounding space.