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Hauling an old washing machine isn’t a task that people do very often. The chances are that when it’s time to do it, you’ll need some help getting started. You’d need to know how to disconnect it, how to transport it, and where to drop it off. But with Airtasker, washing machine removal & disposal is easy and convenient.
Our platform connects you to many nearby Taskers who can handle broken washing machine pickup and removal. These Taskers may be from your community, so they’ll know how and where to dispose of the appliance properly. They may even be able to help you disconnect your washing machine safely before hauling it. Best of all, they can offer rates that fit your needs and budget.
First, tap the “Post a task” button. Fill out the details in the form, including your location and budget. Then, wait for offers from available Taskers. You can evaluate them based on their quotes, customer ratings, and reviews. Then, pick an offer you like and confirm! Easy-peasy.
To start the washing machine removal process, run a cycle using white vinegar or bleach to get rid of any residue. Then, pull the machine out of its area. Please turn off the water and disconnect it from the water supply. Next, disconnect it from the power supply, wrapping the cord securely with tape or string. Finally, wipe down the outside of the machine and install washer locks. From here, your Tasker will take care of removing your old washer.
You can contact your municipal office to inquire about recycling programs for your old washing machine. Some manufacturers or department stores may also offer waste management facilities and can pick up your old unit when they deliver a new one. However you choose to dispose of this appliance, you can book a Tasker to pick up your old washing machine and transport it for you.
In case you think your washing machine is still worth saving, you can hire a Tasker to troubleshoot and repair it. To do this, visit the washing machine repair and installation page. These mobile mechanics have also been rated and reviewed by customers in your area.
In case you need to get rid of more than just your washing machine, you can hire a Tasker to do a complete house clearing, cleaning, or rubbish removal job.
Yes; you can find Taskers to handle more than just old washing machine disposal. They can haul away other white goods (like refrigerators, dryers, air conditioners, and ranges). Some Taskers can even remove soil, rubble, or scrap metal. Removalists on Airtasker also offer prices that are easy on the budget and tailor-fit to your needs.
Disposing of your old washing machine can be quite a challenge, if only because it’s not something that’s done every day. It’s not a simple matter of throwing out the trash, after all. You may be wondering if you can sell, recycle, or donate it. You may also wonder where you can safely (and legally) dispose of it.
When you hire a Tasker to take care of washing machine removal and disposal, you get an expert who can help you navigate the entire process of getting rid of your old appliance.
Though this may vary from Tasker to Tasker, they may be able to help you prepare for the removal process as well - making sure the tub is clean, the exterior is wiped down, and that the cords and hoses are disconnected and secured. Feel free to ask your Tasker about how to prepare before they pick up your old washing machine.
When your Tasker arrives, they’ll have the necessary equipment and transport for removing your washing machine. You won’t need to provide any tools or hire a vehicle yourself.
Once your old washing machine is loaded into the truck or van, the Tasker will transport it to your chosen destination. This could mean your town’s solid waste management facility, a recycling plant, or the manufacturer. Just specify your destination in the task post.
If you’re unfamiliar with where to send your broken washing machine, your Tasker may be able to share several options with you as well.
You can choose to either recycle or donate your old washing machine. If it’s in good working condition, you can give it to a low-income family who can still use it.
You can do this through a trusted organisation like the Salvation Army or Red Cross.
If your washing machine is no longer operational, you can have it recycled by a waste management facility. Some manufacturers and retailers may also accept old appliances, since recycling old parts is more cost-effective. Also, washing machines can be hazardous to leave in landfills, so it’s best to ask a specialist about how to dispose of it safely.
28th Mar 2019
Hey, my name is Edward , I need some help moving. What items do you need help moving? 1 washing machine What's the pickup location? Dublin, Dublin What's the dropoff location? Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland