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Trampolines, swing sets, and playhouses are big outdoor toys. Children play in these playthings for years. However, there comes the point when routine maintenance no longer works. Parents will have to decide which disposal method would suit their budget and availability. The majority of garbage collection companies do not consider large outdoor toys as household waste, which leaves the disposal to the property owners.
The removal of large outdoor toys is more complex than a landfill drop-off. If you break down the disposal process into smaller steps, the process would be in at least four stages. The first step is disassembling the toy into pieces. The second step is loading the toy on an unloader or bed of trucks. The third step is to transport the disassembled toy to a landfill. The fourth and last step is unloading the toy that has been dismantled. Unfortunately, not all consumers have the means to complete each stage of the disposal procedure. In this situation, we suggest our playset disposal and removal service. Please find out more about our residential and commercial junk removal solutions by reading the material provided below.
Do-It-Yourself Trampoline Disassembly Made Easy
As mentioned previously, most landfills, recycling centers, and donation centers accept only disassembled playsets such as the trampoline and swing set. It is the responsibility of the owner to dismantle the trampoline prior to taking it to a disposal facility. To disassemble large playground equipment, you need the use of a lot of tools and resources like time, equipment, and human resources. Unfortunately, many people do not have access to these resources. That’s why the junk elimination service steps into play.
We will send our junk elimination team to your residence to remove the trampoline. Then you’ll have the option of taking charge of the removal or giving us the approval to continue the process.
Starting by putting the net on and the poles, break them down and put them to the side. Next, remove the safety frame pad and trampoline platform by disconnecting the t-anchors, long or short bungees. Next, take the frame apart and put it on the floor. Then, remove any other parts that remain to complete the disassembly process.
DIY Playhouse Disassembly
Depending on the dimensions of the outdoor playhouse, the disassembly can take anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes. The first step in the procedure is to take down the top of your playhouse. Next, the roof removed and transparent access to the windows, walls, and doors. Finally, each division is removed and placed in a pile to organize all the components.
When the walls are out of the way, the floor becomes the only element left. If the playhouse has a slide, swing, and other features, these will need to be removed before the playhouse can be dismantled.
With the playhouse fully disassembled, then you can place it onto the beds of your truck or trailer. Please make sure the pieces are secured so that they don’t turn into flying debris in the course of transport. When you reach the landfill or waste transfer center, pull into the proper parking space and wait until an attendant arrives to direct your vehicle to the drop-off point.
The playhouse should be emptied into the proper trash bins to complete the process.
Our Swing Set Removal And Disposal Services
Swing sets are huge outdoor playgrounds, like trampolines and playhouses, which can be a challenge to remove and dispose of. Like all outdoor playground equipment, swing sets must be dismantled entirely before disposal at a disposal site. The disassembly will vary from one swing set to another. The more features you have, the longer the disassembly will be required to complete. The fact that you are prepared to take several hours disassembling the set will work for your benefit since it will take away the need to feel rushed.
If you do not possess a vehicle or truck and trailer, you can avail our junk elimination services. A qualified junk removal crew will pick up and deliver the deconstructed playset to the transfer facility or the landfill.
Several methods of disposal will accept disassembled swing sets of all sizes. This includes:
- Recycle Centers Plastic and metal are the most frequently used materials in manufacturing swing sets. These materials are recyclable. You can take them to drop them off at a local recycling center for money.
- Thrift Stores – Swing sets can be donated to an area secondhand or thrift store.
- Nonprofit Charities Most nonprofits take donations of used swing sets. The swing sets are then donated to families in need or sold to profit.
- Donate to A the Swing Set Repair service It could be possible to donate the broken down swing set to the local repair shop. The parts in good condition can be used to replace unrepairable parts.
You can also give away used swing sets, trampolines, playhouses, and other playground equipment to a neighbor, family member, friend, or co-workers. If your children are outgrowing your swing sets, you may transfer them to a person you know for future use.