Dishwasher Disposal and Recycling Service

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Dispose of your old dishwasher without lifting a finger. At 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, we specialize in dishwasher disposal and recycling, making the process easy and hassle-free for you. Our dishwasher pickup is reliable, with on-time service that fits your renovation schedule or upgrade plans.

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Safe and eco-friendly dishwasher recycling

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One all-inclusive price for any dishwasher. For details on price for multiple items visit our Pricing page.

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Everything is included:

  • Removal from anywhere—no need to move it outside
  • All loading and clean-up
  • Friendly two-person team who are fully licensed and insured
  • Disposal and environmental fees
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We take all types of dishwashers

  • Built-in dishwashers
  • Compact built-in dishwashers
  • Portable dishwashers
  • Countertop dishwashers
  • Drawer dishwashers
  • Tall tub dishwashers

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Why should you hire a professional dishwasher recycling and disposal service?

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If your old dishwasher is in good condition, we always aim to repurpose or donate it by partnering with local charities that can accept it. We're strong believers in extending the lifespan of your appliances and reducing waste wherever we can.

If the dishwasher isn't able to be repurposed or local charities aren't accepting new donations, we'll make sure its materials are sorted at an appropriate local recycling facility. Most old dishwashers contain valuable metals and components that can be recycled for a better impact on the environment.

Old dishwasher removal: we take care of it all

Whether it's a built-in unit or a portable dishwasher, our Junk Removal professionals can get rid of your old dishwashers in a flash.

Our full-service appliance removal handles everything from pick up to disposal. You won't need to carry your dishwasher out of your house or haul it to the right recycling facility.

Our experienced crew will take it right from your kitchen and carefully lift it out of your house without damaging your walls or personal items.

Then, you'll see our clean, shiny truck haul your old dishwasher away either for a new life in another home or to sort the materials for recycling to help make something entirely new! As the world's largest Junk Removal service, you'll know that we care as much as you about disposing of your old appliances responsibly.

Get rid of your old dishwasher with 1-800-GOT-JUNK?

Don't let an old dishwasher waste space in your home. Simply schedule a pickup with us, and we'll do the rest.

With 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, dishwasher disposal and removal is a breeze. Contact us today to see how we can help you reclaim your space.

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A dishwasher unit is important to recycle because it contains components made of easily repurposed and recycled materials such as metals and hard plastics.

To recycle your old dishwasher, you’ll need to check with your local government recycling facility where the dropoff location is for appliances to start.

Once you know where it’s going, it’s time to remove the dishwasher from your home. If you’re getting rid of a portable dishwasher, that process is simple enough if you were the one who set it up and can carry it to your car to get to the recycling facility. If you’re trying to get rid of a built-in dishwasher, that process may be more difficult and require professional assistance.

Then, it’s time to haul your dishwasher over to the local recycling facility you identified earlier to drop it off for recycling.

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to safely remove a dishwasher.

Before starting, gather the necessary tools which include a screwdriver, adjustable wrench, bucket, and towels.

  1. Disconnect the power. Safety should be your top priority when dealing with appliances. Before you start, ensure that the dishwasher is unplugged from the electrical outlet. If you cannot locate the plug, turn off the circuit breaker that powers the dishwasher.
    Turn off the water supply. Locate the water supply valve, which is usually under the kitchen sink or in the basement, and turn it off. This prevents any water from flowing into the dishwasher while you're removing it.
  2. Disconnect the water supply line. Open the dishwasher door and remove the bottom front panel, usually held by screws. Underneath, you will find the water supply line going into the dishwasher. Use an adjustable wrench to disconnect this line. Be prepared for some water spillage - have a bucket and towels ready to catch and clean up any water that comes out.
  3. Disconnect the drain line. The drain line typically runs from the dishwasher to either the garbage disposal or directly to the sink drain. Loosen the clamp holding the drain line in place and carefully remove the line. Again, be prepared for some water to come out.
  4. Remove the dishwasher from the cabinetry. Most dishwashers are secured to the underside of the countertop with brackets and screws. Use your screwdriver to remove these screws. Once they're out, you should be able to slide the dishwasher out slowly. Be careful not to pull too hard as there may still be connections at the back.
  5. Disconnect the electrical wiring. Once you have enough room to access the back of the dishwasher, locate the junction box and open it. Inside, you'll see wire nuts connecting the wires. Unscrew these and separate the wires.

If you're unsure about any of these steps, it's best to hire a professional removal service to ensure the job is done safely and correctly. Book your dishwasher removal & disposal online with 1-800-GOT-JUNK?.

Unfortunately, most local waste collection services will not accept large appliances like dishwashers with standard curbside pickup.

Some cities offer bulk item pickup, including dishwasher pickup under certain conditions. Your city may offer a scheduled pickup service, but it usually requires significant advanced notice and can be anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks before they will be there to pick up your old dishwasher. You’ll also be responsible for safely disconnecting your dishwasher and moving it out to the street on the pick up day. Dishwashers can weigh between 50 to 180 pounds, so be careful and confident that you’re able to get it our of your home safely.

Want to never think about your old dishwasher again by tomorrow? 1-800-GOT-JUNK? can ensure your dishwasher is out of your house ASAP without any extra work from you. Book your dishwasher disposal online.

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