Just like many other electronic devices, appliances in the home tend to become old, damaged, or obsolete. At some point in time, you may need to have bulky and non-functional appliances hauled away from your home. An appliance removal service comes in handy when you need to uninstall and remove washing machines, dishwashers, refrigerators, and other similar items from your premises.
Rather than having to detach and haul machines outside the home by yourself, appliance removal companies can remove, pickup, and dispose of these items on your behalf. Some appliances require lots of legwork to detach them from their originally installed positions. Therefore, an appliance removal service comes in handy for any of the following machines:
As useful as appliance removal services are, how much can you expect to pay? It largely depends on the item itself and the amount of work to be done.
Most calculated costs are inclusive of labor and legal disposal of the appliance itself. Labor costs typically include detachment from surfaces and breaking down large components into smaller pieces that can be safely hauled away. If you’ll need additional installation waste to be disposed of, you may incur an extra $14-$16 per hour on labor.