So, you’ve upgraded your appliances to make space for a more energy efficient machines. Awesome! Who are you going to trust to responsibly and efficiently handle your used appliance removal?
Call EcoHaul! We remove unwanted appliances like refrigerators, stoves, microwaves, washers, dryers, water heaters, air-conditioning units and heating units. Sit back. Let us do the heavy lifting.
Founded locally in 2004, we understand the needs our San Francisco Bay Area clients better than anyone. We handle jobs of all scopes and sizes, from single story homes to downtown high-rises. We’re committed to providing competitive pricing and are fully licensed and insured. Best of all, hiring EcoHaul to handle your refrigerator removal shows a commitment to environmental sustainability. EcoHaul diverts over 85% of the items we remove from the landfill through robust reuse and recycling partnerships.
Some appliances like refrigerators, contain freon units and require special processing. Because of this, items like refrigerators or freezers incur an additional surcharge. Our refrigerator removal service agents work with you in advance to review all charges. Our friendly customer service team works with you to assess the state of your item and provide you with an estimate at time of booking.
EcoHaul makes removing unwanted appliances so easy, you’d think we were superheroes in our off time!
Get Started On Your Appliance Removal Today
Call 1-800-ECOHAUL. Our friendly customer service agents work with you to assess the scope of the refrigerator removal service you’ll need by first providing an initial estimate by phone and then getting you on our schedule. We may even be able to do your pick up that day.
After our courteous truck team arrives and provides you with a final estimate, they get to work efficiently removing the materials from your property. Whenever possible, items are disposed of the eco-friendly way, either through recycling, donation, or composting. Make the environmentally-conscious choice. Get started. Call 1-800-ECOHAUL today.