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Friday, August 5, 2011

Appliance Removal in Chicago

If you live in Chicago and had just purchased some new appliances for your kitchen, that will be awesome right? But, how will you get rid of the old appliances? Most of the neighborhood have their rules on what size is allowed in the neighborhood dumpster. So, you can't just bring your old refrigerator or old gas range in the dumpster. Chicago is a big city and it's not like living in a small town where you can call a friend hoping he can bring a pickup truck, take the old appliances to landfill then, done! That would be hard so; what would you do?

There is a full service company that will be able to help you and remove all your old appliances. Sometimes, the store where you purchase your new appliances will offer to take the old appliances away too, for free. But in most cases, they will charge you a small fee. Other option, you can call the Salvation Army or the Goodwill industries too. They will remove your appliances but, it should be in good working condition and not have to much damage on them. Most of the time, they will decline it if they look bad.

So, the last option which is the best thing that you should do in the first place is to call an Appliance Removal Chicago. What else you would do? If you want a stress-free decision, call them now! No one will do it for FREE anyway so; you might as well do the right thing! When removing your old appliances, just make sure that professionals handle it! Another thing, make sure that you are dealing with a reputable company which give you the pricing upfront. It should include all labor, loading, transport and disposal fees so; if you know the price, you can decide right away. Just call them today and make sure that they can give you a free estimate before the job begins.

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