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Getting a new kitchen appliance can be a great relief if you’ve been struggling with an older version that has seen better days. But once your new model has arrived, you need to make room for it by arranging the removal of the old one. Unfortunately, unwanted electronic waste can be bulky, awkward, and hard to get rid of on your own. So, what do you do with your old kitchen appliances once they are no longer needed? Here are some options to consider if you struggle to remove unwanted kitchen appliances and electronic goods.

Contact a Professional Appliance and Electronic Waste Pick-Up Service

A professional junk removal company is probably the easiest and quickest way to handle the situation. This method is incredibly convenient for those who do not own a truck or vehicle that can haul the appliance. You call the service, get a quote for the removal, and arrange a date and time for the pick-up.

At the scheduled time, professionals will arrive at your property and handle all the moving, carrying, and transportation of heavy fridges, washers, stoves, dryers, or other bulky items without you lifting a finger.

Taking Your Appliances to a Junkyard or Dump

You could also take kitchen appliances to a junkyard, although this can raise some logistic problems. You will need to be able to remove the heavy items with the help of some friends and ensure that you have a vehicle that is big enough to handle the weight and size of your appliance. You could consider renting a vehicle for the trip, but at that point, you should ask yourself whether it might just be quicker and cheaper to call a waste removal service to do it for you.

Paying A Store to Remove Your Kitchen Appliances

If you are having new working appliances delivered, there may be the option for the delivery team to pick up your old items for any extra fee. Of course, this is only an option if you already have a delivery arranged with them.

Choosing the best way to remove old kitchen appliances will depend on your circumstances and available resources. If you struggle with moving an appliance on your own or fitting it in your vehicle, your best option is to find a service that will do this for you. You can contact the shop where you have purchased your new item to see if they offer this service or call a professional junk removal company that can quickly get the job done at a reasonable price.


Do you have some unwanted appliances? McJunk can help. As a green waste recycling and removal company, McJunk does its best to rehome usable products and items with local charities, non-profits, and electronics recycling centers. You can feel good about arranging the removal of washers and dryers, fridges, and other kitchen appliances through our service rather than taking them to the dump. Our disposal experts will also be knowledgeable about the disposal and recycling of electronic products, circuit boards, and any associated toxic materials. Contact us today at 919-850-4377, and those appliances will be gone in the blink of an eye.