Refrigerators & Freezers

If you’ve ever tried to move a refrigerator on your own, you know it’s not a one person job. They’re incredibly heavy, awkward to maneuver, and take a small team of people to move. Not to mention the fact that they can’t just simply be thrown out. Even if you manage to get it to the curb, many areas don’t offer refrigerator pick up as part of their garbage disposal services.  

Refrigerator Disposal Made Easy

Instead of attempting to get rid of your old refrigerator on your own, let 1-800-GOT-JUNK? handle it. We're happy to help, whether you have a single home-sized refrigerator or a few dozen chest freezers ready for removal. (In fact, our trucks can fit up to eight, full-sized, stand-up refrigerators!) We’ll do all the heavy lifting for you and we’ll make sure it gets donated, recycled, or disposed of properly.

Local Refrigerator Removal & Recycling

Taking steps to properly dispose of your old fridge or freezer is important because it contains harmful chemicals that can be very damaging to the environment; A landfill is no place for your unwanted fridge. Let 1-800-GOT-JUNK? take care of your refrigerator recycling and we’ll ensure that it’s donated or disposed of responsibly.

Uniformed TOM ready to remove & dispose of your old Refrigerator
  • Compact Refrigerators
  • Mini Fridge & Freezers
  • Full-Sized Deep Freezers
  • Full-sized Combination Fridges
  • Top Freezer Refrigerators
  • Side-by-Side Refrigerators
  • Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
  • French Door Refrigerators
  • Counter-Depth Refrigerators
Uniformed TOM ready to remove & dispose of your old Refrigerator

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