Do you have an old unused piano lying around that no longer gets played?
Do you have an old unused piano lying around that no longer gets played? Are you unsure of what exactly you need to do to dispose of an old piano? Have you been constantly let down by slow piano removal services? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then you should give us a call today.
At Weebble Junk Removal & Hauling we are dedicated to giving you the junk removal service that you deserve. With a quick response team and constant communication with all of our customers, we pride ourselves on the professional service we can offer you. Our team consists of a team of piano removal experts that have been working in the business for years, so you can be assured that your old piano will be disposed of properly.
Below you will find a rough breakdown of what exactly our professionals can offer you and the types of pianos we can haul away today. If you have any other questions then please do get in touch with the customer service team today on 1-888-997-4768 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Services We Offer
Here at Weebble Junk Removal & Hauling, we have a variety of different disposal teams, each specializing in a range of different junk removal jobs. Whether you are looking for piano movers to help you move house, or you have a lot of old pipe organs that you need to get rid of, our piano removal team will gladly help you out.
Piano disposal can be an extremely finicky task due to how large and cumbersome they are – but also how rare it is to find somewhere that can recycle them for you. Over the years we have accrued a ton of links with a host of different service clubs in the area that will happily recycle or make use of any unused piano you have lying around.
Our piano removal team will make sure you know each step of the process, so you know exactly what will happen to your piano. Before you book our piano moving team, check out the host of fantastic customer reviews you can find online for our excellent service! You can also get in touch today for a pricing estimate, so you aren’t left with any surprise bills after our piano removal team have finished their job.
Types of Piano we can Take
We can haul away a variety of different pianos that you are planning on getting rid of. Check out our list of pianos we can dispose of today.
- Baby Grand or Grand Pianos
- Electronic Pianos
- Digital Pianos
- Upright or Parlor Pianos
- Toy Pianos
- Pipe Organs
If you don’t see your instrument listed, then please get in touch with the customer service team! We are more than happy to answer any of your questions, and help you any way that we can!
Choosing what you do with your old piano is completely down to you, but if you are looking for some guidance then we have a couple of suggestions. One of the best and most eco-friendly things you can do to an old piano is to upcycle it. This simply means spending time renovating it into a piece of furniture, or even repairing it if you know how to. You can remove the keys from the piano or seal the lid using glue to create a new work desk or coffee table.
If, however, you no longer want your old instrument and you are thinking of either recycling it or just donating it to a local organization then get in touch with the team at Weebble Junk Removal & Hauling. We have a specialist piano removal team that will happily help you haul away a variety of pianos from a baby grand too much larger grand pianos. If you need a piano removal service, then get in touch today!
This depends entirely on what your plan is for your piano or similar instruments. If you simply just want to get rid of it then you shouldn’t need to dismantle your piano before disposal as some piano removal services will do this for you. The same applies if you are going to donate your piano to a local non-profit company or charity.
If, however, you are wanting to recycle your piano, then some piano removal recycling services will require you to dismantle your piano before it can take it in. Pianos consist of a variety of different materials such as wood, steel, and cast iron, which can all be used in future products. However, some recycling centers won’t have the ability to dismantle your piano so you may need to do it beforehand.
As pianos are so large and consist of multiple parts that can still be used even if the piano no longer works, it isn’t as straightforward as chucking your piano in a garbage truck. Pianos are far too large for landfill sites and it just isn’t environmentally ideal as a disposal method. The best idea is to either dismantle your piano and throw away and parts that can’t be recycled into the garbage and bring the other parts to a recycling center.
You could also book a piano moving team to come and handle disposal for you. Disposing of a piano can involve a lot of additional work that can be both tiresome and hard to finish in time if you have a busy schedule. If you are at all curious about what service we can offer you or if our all-day service is right for you, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch!