Getting rid of old Dresser when you are moving, or even when you are buying a new bedroom set, can become quite a difficult project. Dressers are made to be heavy, hard to move, and are nearly impossible to lift by yourself. Getting extra help, and the right tools for the job is extremely important.
If you are lucky enough to find someone to help you lift these heavy items you will still need to find a way to get it to the donation center, transfer station, or landfill. Here is how Junk Guys USA takes care of dresser removal. You can book your pickup today by calling 334-721-5865.
Luckily, dresser removal doesn't have to be complicated or stressful. The Junk Guys USA team prides itself on making all the dresser disposal obstacles go away. With our guaranteed pricing you will know choosing Junk Guys USA was the best decision you've made when getting rid of your old dresser.
When we arrive at our scheduled pickup time you don't have to do anything except point at the items you need removed. Once everything is loaded we ensure that it is delivered to the right place for donation, recycling, or disposal. It's really that simple!
Can you throw a large dresser in a dumpster at my apartment complex?
Do NOT throw your large dresser in any dumpster unless you have expressed permission from the dumpster company, or the person or company who is renting the dumpster. You can be slapped with a fine for illegal dumping or worse. Normal garbage trucks can't handle large dressers. Each dumpster you see has been rented or purchased to haul specific types of material like food waste, construction debris, storm debris, etc. If material is mixed there can be hefty fines issued to the dumpster company and the renter. Even if the dumpster is being used to haul old furniture you still have to have permission to use it. A large dresser can take up between two to three cubic yards of space which can force the dumpster to get filled before the intended project is complete.
Can't I put my old dresser on the curb to let someone have it for free?
The best answer is to review the local ordinances to make sure you don't get handed a fine for illegally dumping or penalized by your HOA. If nobody takes the item it can end up causing more trouble for you. Critters like to make homes in piles of debris, and wet dressers are more difficult to remove so the costs to remove your old Dresser may increase if it's left outside in the elements.
Who can I get to remove my old Dresser?
There are a few options to remove old Dresser: