White Goods Disposal
White goods such as washing machines, tumble dryers, dishwashers and other household appliances are useful while they work for you, but bulky, awkward and sometimes heavy when it’s time to get rid of them. They can also contain components and chemicals that require special handling and processing.
White goods collection and removal
When it comes to the collection of your broken/unwanted white goods and appliances, we have the right knowledge and experience to handle them safely.
Book your collection and what to expect
- You can use our enquiry form or call us to get an estimate and understand our availability.
- We will send you a text when we are on the way.
- We’ll confirm the price with you before starting, adjusted if necessary if the estimate was under or over (you can accept the revised price or ask us to take the household appliances up to an agreed amount)
- Off it goes! Say goodbye to the old white goods and rest easy knowing that they are being reused or disposed of properly
Responsible appliance recycling and disposal
Where white goods and appliances still work, we will do our best to recycle and donate them to minimise waste going to landfill. If you would like more information on how we work, please take a look at our frequently asked questions (FAQ).
White goods and appliances we take
Disconnecting white goods
Most white goods disconnect easily, however, there can be challenges with some. Washing machines can result in water spillage and plumbed-in electric and gas cookers require certified tradesmen to disconnect them.
Though our professional teams are trained internally for disconnecting electric cookers, this is only while working closely with certified tradesmen for property management companies such as housing associations. For residential customers, you will need to have gas and electrical appliances disconnected by a professional before we are able to remove them, as we are not qualified to ensure disconnections are made safe.
We're in the business of helping others
Core to our values is delivering peace of mind. We do this by focussing on our customers and offering the best experience possible while choosing the environmental option where we can. Our reviews are proving that we are succeeding, however, we are always looking for ways to improve.
Delivering Peace of Mind
As standard we…
First we need a few details on how we can help. It only takes a couple of minutes to fill in our enquiry form and provide us with useful information on your removal, and we can check our availability
Once we have reviewed your enquiry, we will give you a call to answer any questions and arrange your appointment. Depending on your location we can visit you, or arrange a video call.
Once we have everything we need, we will provide you with a no-obligation quote, or for smaller jobs arranged over the phone, an estimate. If you would like to proceed we will discuss the next steps.
We know good service is important to you, so all our vehicle crews are professionally trained and Criminal Records Bureau checked for your peace of mind.
We use green energy, work paperlessly, use reusable & recycled equipment where we can, and reuse, donate or recycle clearance items where possible. (Read More)
With so many happy customers, we could rest on our laurels. But we are committed to reviewing and improving what we do to make your experience even better.
When we set up this business, we wanted to make sure we were a force for good. We use reusable and recyclable equipment when possible, are paperless, use renewable energy and donate, reuse and recycle all that we can.
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