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Trampolines are a great addition to any backyard, especially when you have young kids. But as the kids grow up and lose interest in jumping around, your old trampoline becomes unwanted junk that takes up precious space.
Luckily, getting rid of an old trampoline can be a walk in the park, especially if you're willing to spend a little cash to make the removal process as seamless as possible. Here are a few things you should know before booking a trampoline removal service.
Hiring a professional for trampoline removal means that you don't have to lift a finger to rid your backyard of the unwanted trampoline. The trampoline removal expert/s come to your home, dismantle the trampoline, haul it your way and dispose of it in a proper manner.
You should use a trampoline removal service when you have a trampoline you want to dispose of and don't feel like doing the heavy lifting yourself. There are several ways to repurpose a trampoline, but those take time too.
Especially if the trampoline is large, dismantling it and figuring out how to properly dispose of it can be time-consuming and discouraging. If you can afford it, hiring someone can make the difference between a frustrating experience and a pleasant one.
When looking up professional trampoline removal services, keep a few factors in mind:
Trampoline removal can cost you anywhere from $70 and up. It depends on how large the trampoline is and where you're located. For instance, you may be required to pay extra if the trampoline removal expert has to travel extensively to get to your area.
On Airtasker, the average cost of a trampoline removal expert in the Sydney area is $76 - $178. Companies specialising in rubbish removal can charge hourly or based on the amount of junk you need removed.
When looking up trampoline removal services, start by searching for professionals on websites like Airtasker or Oneflare to see if there's anyone available in your area. This enables you to compare reviews and book a trusted removal expert.
Alternatively, research companies near your location that provide rubbish removal services. Most companies are willing to remove all sorts of waste, so they can rid you of your trampoline in no time. Make it a point to get quotes from several companies before making a decision.
Finally, if your trampoline is still in working condition, consider donating it. In that case, the recipient will likely be willing to take care of the removal and transportation themselves.
If you agreed that the removal expert will handle the trampoline dismantling there's nothing you need to do in preparation for their arrival. Otherwise, take care of disassembly before the removalist arrives at your property.
Ideally yes, since you need to let the removal experts in and guide them to where your trampoline is located.
Depending on what you agree on with the junk removal expert, they can dismantle the trampoline for you or you can do it yourself. If the trampoline is rusted, for instance, and can't be dismantled, you may require someone able to cut it into pieces for easier disposal.
Hiring a specialist to haul away your old trampoline means that someone else will do all the heavy lifting for you. In other words, you can relax and start brainstorming ways to take maximum advantage of all that free backyard space you'll get once the trampoline is gone.
Can I hire someone to simply move the trampoline, not throw it out?
Yes, websites like Airtasker are great for this sort of stuff. Or you can check with a moving company, although the task may seem too small for them and you'll likely end up paying more.
What if I need to get rid of other fitness equipment as well?
Rubbish removal companies/experts can help you remove all sorts of unwanted junk from your property. That includes everyday waste, construction waste and, of course, electronic waste. Just make sure that you're as specific as possible about your needs when booking a professional.
How do I know that the trampoline will be disposed of properly?
If you go with a trusted trampoline/junk removal expert (check reviews to see what previous clients have to say), your trampoline will be in good hands all throughout the removal process. They will recycle everything possible and dispose of it in an eco-friendly manner.
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