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Trampolines swing sets and playhouses are among the most popular outdoor toys. Children can spend hours playing with these toys over the years. Unfortunately, there comes the point at which routine maintenance is no longer effective. The parents will need to determine which disposal method will be the most effective with their budget and availability. Most garbage collection services don’t consider substantial outdoor toy toys under household waste, leaving the disposal to the property owners.
The removal of large outdoor toys is more complex than just a landfill drop-off. If you break down the disposal process, it would be at least four steps. The initial step is to disassemble the toy into pieces, the next step is to load the toy on the bed or trailer or the truck, the next step is hauling the disassembled toys towards a dump, and the final step is unloading the toy which has been dismantled. Unfortunately, many consumers do not have the means to complete each step of the disposal procedure. In this instance, we suggest our disposal and removal of playsets. Find out more about our commercial and residential junk removal services by reading the information below.
Do-It-Yourself Trampoline Disassembly Made Easy
As previously mentioned, most recycling centers, landfills, and donation centers can only accept large playsets that have been disassembled, such as a swing set and trampoline. The property owner’s responsibility is to dismantle the trampoline prior to hauling it to a disposal facility. Disassembling large playground equipment requires many resources – time, hand tools, and labor. Unfortunately, most people don’t have access to such resources, where our junk elimination service steps into play.
We will dispatch a junk removal team to your property to complete the dismantling of your trampoline. Then you’ll be given the option to take over the task of giving us the approval to continue to move forward.
Beginning with the safety net and the poles, break them down and put them out to the side. Next, take the frame apart and put it on the floor. Finally, take out any other components left to complete the removal process.
DIY Playhouse Disassembly
Depending on the dimensions of the outdoor playhouse, disassembling it could take anywhere between 30 and 90 minutes. The first step in the process is to disassemble that roof on the playground. With the top taken off, you will have clear access to the windows, walls, and doors. Each division at a time, remove it and place it in a stack to ensure that all components are organized.
After the walls have been removed, the floor becomes the only remaining component. Therefore, if the playhouse has a slide, swing, or any other type of feature that requires removal, it must be removed prior to the time when the playhouse can be dismantled.
With the playhouse fully disassembled and loaded, you can put it onto the truck bed trailer or truck. Again, secure the components to ensure they do not become flying debris in the course of transport. Once you arrive at the landfill or waste transfer center, park in the proper parking space and wait until an attendant comes to direct your vehicle to the drop-off point.
Unload the playhouse into the proper trash bins to complete the task.
Our Swing Set Removal And Disposal Services
Swing sets are massive outdoor toys, such as trampolines and playhouses, which can complicate the removal and disposal of items. Like all playground equipment for outdoor use, swing sets must be disassembled entirely before dropping off at a landfill. The disassembly process will vary between one set and another. The more features there are, the more time it will require. Being prepared to spend a few hours disassembling the swing set will work to your advantage since it will take away the need to feel rushed.
If you don’t have access to a truck or truck and trailer, you can use the junk disposal services. A qualified junk removal crew will collect and transport the disassembled swing set to a waste transfer facility or the landfill.
Several disposal methods accept disassembled sets of any size. This includes:
- Recycle Centers Plastic and metal are the most commonly used materials in manufacturing swing sets. They’re recyclable. They can be dropped off at a nearby recycling center for money.
- Thrift Stores — Google swing sets can be donated to a local thrift or secondhand store.
- Nonprofit Charities Most nonprofits accept preowned swing set donations. The sets are given to families in need or sold for a profit.
- Donate To The Swing Set Repair Services It might be possible to donate your broken swing set to your local repair service. The parts in good condition can be utilized to replace non-repairable components.
You can also give away used swing sets, trampolines, playhouses, and other large playground equipment to your friend, family member, friends, or colleagues. If your children are outgrowing the swing, you may give it to a friend for further use.