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TV Removal in a Jiffy
Jiffy Junk is the name to call for all of your TV disposal needs. Our business boasts years of experience removing units of all sizes - and offers solutions at a competitive price that fits your budget. Simply give us a call and we'll take that old TV off of your hands in a heartbeat.
We Take All Types of TV
Our old TV recycling service can handle TVs big and small. Whether you've got an old tube unit from the '80s or are in need of flat screen TV disposal, rest assured that we'll be able to get the job done in a safe, responsible manner. We remove a TV of all types, including:
Why Jiffy Junk
Jiffy Junk leads the pack when it comes to affordable and reliable TV haul away services. We give customers a white glove experience, always honoring our commitments, handling items safely, and respecting their property.
Our rates are incredibly affordable and our reputation is unmatched! Just take a look at our extensive list of five star reviews and you'll see why Jiffy Junk is homeowners' top choice for TV haul away services and so much more.
An old TV pickup isn't an easy job - that's why you want experts like Jiffy Junk to handle it for you. Our staff can remove your unwanted TV safely, quickly, and without causing damage to property.
TV disposal is often regulated by local municipalities and state bodies. Breaking the rules can result in fines, which is why it's essential to have experts who know them - like us - in your corner.
You need to consider tons of things when disposing of old TV sets, including the environment. Jiffy Junk can help you get rid of your old TV responsibly by routing it to local recycling centers.
Used TV disposal doesn't have to mean throwing your unit into the landfill. If it still works well, Jiffy Junk can donate it to local families in need on your behalf.
How It Works
We will make the entire removal process easy. All you have to do is call our team for a quote and schedule an appointment date and time that works for you. Our TV pickup crew will take it from there, arriving at your property on time with the equipment and manpower necessary to haul your old set away. Look no further than Jiffy Junk when disposing of old TV units!
Extra Tips for TV Disposal and Recycling
Removing a TV seems like a straightforward task, but there are actually tons of factors that go into the process, and just as many things to consider ahead of time. Jiffy Junk touts years of experience tackling removal jobs of all sizes. In that time, we've learned a thing or two about how to get things done right.
Take a look at the following tips to ensure your TV disposal goes off without a hitch.
If you have a smart TV, wipe any personal data you have stored on it before our TV haul away team arrives. This means logging out of streaming accounts and ideally performing a factory reset.
TV disposal isn't your only option if you have a unit you need to get rid of. You can also sell it if it's in good condition. This is a great way to clear your home and make money at the same time.
TV removal jobs should always be conducted in a responsible manner. Many TVs contain hazardous materials that must be recycled in a proper facility. Don't just dump yours on the side of the road!
Remember to consult with your local government before you go to dispose of old TV sets. They may have certain rules for doing so - or be able to connect you with TV recycling centers in the area.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When it comes to getting rid of an old TV, you have a few options. These include selling the unit online, donating it, or using an e-waste recycling service. You can also contact your local waste management company for advice - send them a picture of the TV and they'll be able to tell you what special considerations you should take to dispose of that old TV responsibly.
Old TV disposal doesn't have to be an arduous job - there are plenty of options available.
Here are some ideas for getting rid of your old TV:
- Local e-waste disposal programs
- Nearby electronic recycling centers
- Donation to a local charity or thrift store
- Contact the manufacturer for their recycling program
In any case, avoid throwing the TV in the trash or leaving it on the curb!
TVs are typically recycled by disassembling components and sorting materials such as metals, plastics, and glass, which can then be processed and reused in the manufacturing of new products.
TV recycling is a complex process, but luckily one that junk TV removal companies like Jiffy Junk can help you with. We can deliver your unit to a certified program or facility with the tools and know-how to take it apart, get rid of hazardous materials, and repurpose its valuable parts the right way.
Rates for broken TV disposal can vary depending on where you live and the size of the TV in question. What you're doing with the unit can also factor into costs - if you're opting to recycle broken TV sets, for example, delivering them to the appropriate facility may come at an extra fee. It's best to call us at 844-543-3966 for a well-informed estimate.
Many states and local governments have specific regulations regarding the disposal of electronic devices like TVs.
Two examples of national laws include:
- The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) - requires hazardous waste to be handled in a way that protects the environment and human health.
- The Electronic Waste Recycling Act (EWRA) - requires manufacturers to both establish and fund recycling programs for their products.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) also has policies that govern the management of hazardous waste, including electronic devices like TVs.