When homeowners purchase new appliances, they often keep the old around for resale or use elsewhere in the home. When they don’t sell or stop working altogether, a Princeton Junction bulk pickup day may not be scheduled in the near future, or area trash collectors may not pick up large appliances at all. In these cases, homeowners must hire a Princeton JCT junk removal company. Doing so proves convenient, affordable and allows homeowners to clear out other junk from the home, as well.

A Princeton JCT junk removal company will take any appliance needing to go. Small appliances such as microwaves or window air conditioning units are on the pick-up list, as are large appliances such as dishwashers, dryers, furnaces and heaters, refrigerators, freezers, stoves and ovens, trash compactors and washing machines.

In addition to New Jersey appliance disposal, these companies also will take electronics no longer wanted, including computers, computer accessories, DVD and VCR players, gaming units, stereos and TVs. Furniture of all kinds also can go, including mattresses and box springs.

Many of the items a Princeton JCT junk removal company will pick up simply prove too bulky or heavy for the average homeowner, even with help, to maneuver into a truck, if one is available, for disposal elsewhere. The junk removal company will do all of the heavy lifting, taking anything the two-person team can carry to its truck. General rubbish also can go into the truck.

The only items a junk removal team won’t take are those considered hazardous, including paint, chemicals, solvents, oils and asbestos. Avoid Princeton JCT junk removal companies that say they can remove such materials, as the government does not license any junk removal companies to dispose of hazardous items; they would be in violation of the law to pick up and transport hazardous materials.

When hiring a company that specializes in New Jersey appliance disposal, look for one that makes recycling a priority. 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, in particular, has saved more than 1.5 billion pounds of junk from landfills since opening for business in 1989.

Also only hire a company that offers no-obligation quotes. With companies such as these, homeowners can make an appointment for pickup and receive a quote before any removal begins. This way, if the price proves too high for the homeowner, he can send the pickup team away without paying a cent. Many companies charge by the hour and can take longer than expected to remove all items that need to go. A homeowner who only budgeted a certain amount for junk removal can find himself in a bind when it comes time to pay the bill when the company charges by the hour.

Author's Bio: 

Jackson Moore is a freelance writer for several Princeton Junction-area publications. He recently used 1-800-GOT-JUNK? for New Jersey appliance disposal and was pleased by the convenience and affordability. He is currently working on an article about the recycling efforts of the international junk removal company.