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Why hire a white goods removals service through Airtasker?
It’s a challenge to get rid of bulky domestic items such as old refrigerators, freezers, dryers, and air conditioners. Whether you need to get rid of an old hot tub or have several old white goods removed, Airtasker can help you find a reliable removalist near you. Your Tasker can haul your old, broken, or unused appliances and bring them to your chosen removals facility.
When you post an old white goods removal request via Airtasker, we connect you with multiple Taskers in your area. They will evaluate your request, including your location, drop-off point, budget, and unwanted appliances.
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Top White Goods Removal related questions
What do white goods removal services include?
White goods removals are hassle-free when you can find a friendly service that is also cost-efficient. Your removalist should be knowledgeable when it comes to removing and disposing of your old white goods safely.
Removing different white goods
First, your removalist will remove your white goods from wherever they’re installed or located. Some of them may even be able to help you prepare them for removal. Please take note that each appliance may have its process. For example, washing machines need to have the residue cleaned from the tub. Refrigerators need to be defrosted, while dishwashers need to have their water lines inspected.
If you only need a couple of items removed, such as your hot tub or dishwasher, you can book these services individually. Otherwise, a generic white goods removal expert can handle your mass removal needs.
Transporting old appliances
Once your white goods are cleaned and uninstalled, the Tasker will load them into the van, truck, or another mode of transportation. They’ll bring them to your chosen removal facility - a recycling plant, a charitable organisation, the manufacturer, or your town’s solid waste management office.
If you’re unfamiliar with the options for disposing of your white goods, your Tasker may be able to advise on the matter.
White goods removals options
You can choose to either recycle or donate your white goods. These options extend the lifespan of your appliance, and can even help a family in need. Your municipal office may also have a program that can connect you with a less fortunate family or a charitable organisation that can benefit from your still-usable appliance.
Other methods to recycle white goods
On the other hand, if your white goods are broken beyond repair or usefulness, you can go to facilities that recycle white goods near you. Your appliances have metal parts that can be reused by manufacturers - a process that is more affordable and eco-friendly than mining new metal.
Some artists or creative communities might also be able to make use of your old clothes dryers or air conditioner units. You can also look up the appliance’s manufacturer or retailer, since they may be able to help you dispose of old white goods. This method is safer than leaving them at a dump or landfill, where they can leach harmful chemicals into the soil or pollute the air in your community.