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Trampolines, swing sets, and playhouses are big outdoor toys. Kids can play for hours with these toys for years. There comes the point at which routine maintenance becomes ineffective. The parents must determine which disposal method will be most suitable for their budget and the available resources. Most garbage collection companies don’t classify big outdoor games as household waste, leaving disposal to the owners.
Disposing of large outdoor toys is much more complicated than just dropping them off in the garbage. If you break down the disposal process into smaller steps, the process would consist of a minimum of four steps. The initial step is to disassemble the large toy; the second step is loading the toy onto the bed or trailer of a truck. The third step is transporting the disassembled toy onto a disposal site, and the fourth and final step is unloading the disassembled toy. Many consumers do not have the funds to complete each step of the removal process. In this situation, we recommend our disposal and removal of playsets. Please find out more information about our residential and commercial junk removal services by reading the content below.
Do-It-Yourself Trampoline Disassembly Made Easy
As we’ve mentioned before, many recycling centers, landfills, and donation facilities only accept disassembled large playsets, including a swing set and trampoline. It is the owner’s responsibility to dismantle the trampoline before moving it to a recycling facility. The dismantling of large playground equipment takes enormous resources, including time, hand equipment, and human resources. Many people do not have access to such resources, which is where our junk removal service comes into play.
We will dispatch our junk elimination team to your residence for the removal of the trampoline. Then, you will have the option of taking charge of the removal or permitting us to proceed with the process.
Starting with the safety net and poles, take them apart and place them to the side. Remove the safety frame pad and trampoline platform by disengaging the t-anchors, long or short bungees. Take the frame apart and put it aside. Remove any remaining components to complete the disassembly process.
DIY Playhouse Disassembly
Depending on the size of the outdoor playhouse, the disassembly could take between 30 to 90 minutes. The initial step of the process is to disassemble the top of your playhouse. Once the roof is removed, you will have clear access to the windows, walls, and doors. A fence is removed and placed in a stack to keep the various components in order.
The flooring is the only element left with the walls out of their way. If the playhouse has a slide, swing, or any other type of feature, it will have to be removed before the playhouse can be taken apart.
When the playhouse is fully disassembled and loaded, you can put it into the bed of your truck or trailer. Be sure to secure the parts, so they do not become flying debris throughout the transport. When you reach the landfill or waste transfer center, park in the appropriate parking spot and wait for someone to direct your vehicle to the drop-off point.
Take the playhouse out of the appropriate trash bins to complete the process.
Our Swing Set Removal And Disposal Services
Swing sets are massive outdoor toys like trampolines and playhouses, which can complicate the removal and disposal. Like all outdoor playground equipment, they must be entirely disassembled before dropping off at a landfill. The method of disassembly will differ from one swing set to another. More features, more time it will be required to complete. The fact that you are prepared to take several hours disassembling your swing set will play in your favor because it will eliminate any feeling of urgency.
If you do not possess a vehicle or truck and trailer, you may avail of junk disposal services. A certified junk removal service will take and deliver the deconstructed swing set and take it to either a waste transfer facility or landfill.
Several disposal methods can be used to disassemble swing sets of all sizes. These include:
- Recycling Centers Metal and plastic are the most common materials utilized for manufacturing swing sets. These materials can be recycled. You can drop them off at a recycling center in your area in exchange for money
- From thrift stores – Google swing sets can be donated to a local secondhand or thrift store.
- Nonprofit Charities – Nonprofit organizations often accept donations of preowned swing sets. The swing sets are donated to needy families or sold at a profit.
- Please donate to The Swing Set Repair service. Presenting the disassembled set for repair could be possible to your neighborhood shop. The components in good condition can be used to replace damaged parts.
You can also donate preowned trampolines, swing sets, playhouses, and other playground equipment to your neighbor, family members, friends, or colleagues. If your children have outgrown your swing sets, you may donate them to someone you know for future use.
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