Over 90% of Americans participate in spring cleaning each year. Annual cleanouts can help your family stay on top of the clutter and get rid of unused items. Cleaning out the junk can be enough of a challenge for your family, and then you have to figure out how to get rid of it. Scapers provides the ideal solution to help with your family’s spring cleaning. Our roll-off dumpsters come in a variety of sizes and can be placed conveniently near your home for easy disposal. Whenever you finish loading up your junk, our team will haul it away for you. We can accept most of your home junk inside of our dumpsters.
How to Dispose of Furniture
Furniture disposal can be challenging for homeowners who do not have large trucks or trailers. In addition to the hassle of loading up the old furniture, you have to figure out where to dump furniture or where furniture recycling is available. There will often be a fee to dump furniture at landfills or recycling centers. Without several strong people and a truck, old furniture removal is a major problem. Some homeowners attempt to get rid of furniture through yard sale sites, but this requires coordinating a pickup and only works with desirable furniture. A roll-off dumpster is the simplest solution for couch removal and furniture removal because you can place any other junk from your cleanout with it. We handle the hauling for you.
How to Dispose of a Mattress
Mattresses are often difficult to get rid of since second-hand mattresses are often considered unsanitary. Similar to furniture disposal, mattress disposal requires a large vehicle and able-bodied people to haul it. You also have to figure out where to take the old mattress. With a roll-off dumpster, you can get rid of a mattress easily. We can take the mattress along with the rest of your household junk to the dump. There is plenty of room for your old mattress removal inside any of our dumpster sizes. Our sizes include 15, 20, 30, and 40-yard dumpsters, but most homeowners will probably have enough space with the 15 or 20-yard varieties. If you are unsure about the size you need, reach out to Scapers for help!
How to Dispose of Electronics
Throwing away old electronics should be avoided. If you need to get rid of old electronics, we, unfortunately, cannot accept them. Electronics need to be disposed of properly to avoid releasing harmful pollutants such as lead, chromium, beryllium, mercury, cadmium, and polyvinyl chloride into our water and air. There are many recyclable components inside of electronic devices, which will save resources and energy as well as reduce pollution from manufacturing new components. Stores that sell electronics will often have recycling bins for old electronics. If you need help finding where to take old electronics, check with your local recycling center about their electronic recycling options so they can advise you on what to do with old electronics. Remember to clear your electronics of personal information and remove their batteries for separate recycling. In addition to electronics removals, we cannot accept hazardous materials or liquids in our dumpsters.
If you are ready to start your spring cleaning, reach out to Scapers to reserve your dumpster. We will help you get on top of the clutter through quality junk removal!