Ad ID: 1157
Added: January 3, 2021
Sale Price: $ 49.95
Regular Price: $ 99.00
Location: United States
Website: Pick Up Services Centennial
Lawnmower and Landscaping Equipment Disposal Centennial, CO | Small Engine Removal Services
Lawnmower and Landscaping Equipment Disposal
1625 S Birch St
Denver, CO 80222
You can contact our Customer Service representative to calculate approximate price for your project.
– Pickup Service
– Lawn Mower
– Weed Eaters
– Pressure Washers
– Back Pack Blowers
– Riding Mowers
– Snow Blowers
– Jumping Jacks
– Lawn Tractors
– Brush Cutters
– All Brands
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So you just realized today that your gas-powered john deere lawn mower is a decade plus a year! Sure, you do share all those wonderful mowing memories together but as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end.
Apparently, your old snapper lawn mower is gradually running more slowly and ends up sitting in the basement more days than it spends out mowing in the lawn like it was made to do. Now that it is not used as much as it used to be, what in the world should you do with it?
It could just be given away. Or perhaps pay someone to haul it off to the dump. But there are better ideas. Why not consider gas troy bilt lawn mower recycling options and save quite a few dollars on buying a new one?
Or better yet, get quite a bit of money back into your pocket by selling it. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?
There are three different recycling options for these lawn care machines:
1. Find out where the nearest junk yard or salvage yard is located near your location. Call them to find out if they will purchase the mower for scrap metal and how much they will pay you for it. Then take the mower to them and get paid for getting rid of it.
2. The second way to recycle this unused piece of lawn equipment is to hire someone to repair it. Almost every neighborhood has a person who likes to tinker with old items and various types of machinery. Call them to find out if they are interested in fixing it and then you will be able to use it again for several years to come.
3. If you are not really thinking of making money from that old thing, this third recycling option is just for you. Ask a local nonprofit institution (Religious groups, Orphanages, Animal Shelters) near you if they could use an old lawn mower. This way you will be able to get rid of the old mower, but also help some other people be able to properly maintain their yard.
After you have made up your mind what you want to do with the old mower, perhaps you can think about purchasing one that is battery powered. Or perhaps you would prefer an electric model. Gas models are known to release a lot of exhaust into the air.
This can add to environmental issues and its contribution to summertime ozone can be a problem. By responsibly recycling this piece of equipment you can make some money and help the environment. You can start today!