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During the warm spring and summer months, you’ll want to head outside and fire up the grill. You can enjoy a delicious steak or burger. Just remember that your grill has a lifespan. At some point, it is going to wear out its welcome. Once this happens, call our office. Our junk removers will be happy to take the item off your hands.
Quick & Convenient BBQ Grill Disposal
We aim to make the BBQ grill removal process as quick and easy as possible. We’ll make sure you don’t have to lift anything. Tell our junk removal technician where the grill is located. Once you’ve done that, they’ll begin removing it for you. Our team of experts will remove the grill, so you don’t have to worry about breaking your back.
Where To Get Rid Of An Old Grill
Make sure that you’re disposing of the old grill in the right place. Failing to do so could lead to problems in the future. Work with us because we have connections. We can remove the grill and take it to a suitable facility. We know where to dispose of old grills without creating problems for others or the environment. Some recycling facilities will take it. You might be able to donate it to a charitable organization too.
Dealing With Old Gas Tanks
You might need to dispose of an old gas tank. Thankfully, many recycling centers are happy to accept gasoline tanks. If you have an old propane tank and need to get rid of it, call our office. We can safely haul the tank from your property and dispose of it. If you wish to do it on your own, you’ll need to take it to a transfer station, recycling center, or landfill.
How To Remove A Propane Tank From A BBQ Grill
You’ll want to remove the tank from the grill so we can get rid of it. Follow the steps below to get started.
- Start by turning the grill off.
- If you’re using a refillable propane tank, you’ll need to close the valve. Some of the smaller propane tanks aren’t equipped with valves. Therefore, you’ll need to remove them without turning off the valve.
- Once the valve is closed, begin removing the tank by twisting the regulator.
- Then, you can pick up the tank and move it somewhere safe.