Our experienced teams safely remove and properly dispose of old, broken or outdated appliances from homes and businesses across Winnipeg. We recycle fridges, stoves, washing machines, dryers, microwaves and all other major residential and commercial appliances.
For homeowners in Winnipeg, we quickly remove any old, non-functioning household appliances taking up space including refrigerators, stoves, ovens, dishwashers, laundry machines and more. Our trained technicians will safely unplug, disconnect utilities, dismantle if needed, and use equipment to protect your floors and walls while carefully maneuvering appliances out of your home.
We recycle metals, plastics, parts and other materials from old appliances to divert household e-waste from landfills. You'll receive documentation verifying your appliances were deconstructed and recycled in an environmentally responsible manner at licensed facilities. Routine removal promotes safety by properly disposing of units containing refrigerants, gases, insulation and other potential hazards if left in your home.
For Winnipeg companies, building owners and managers, we remove outdated commercial-grade appliances and kitchen equipment including refrigeration units, stoves, ovens, ventilation hoods, dishwashers, HVAC systems and any other appliances used in your business operations.
Our skilled teams work quickly and efficiently to clear out broken or obsolete appliances from restaurants, bars, offices, hotels, food processing sites, warehouses, factories, shopping malls and any other commercial/industrial properties throughout the city. We understand the strict timelines of business owners and can schedule after-hours pickups to avoid disruption.
With decades of experience removing thousands of appliances and our proven track record, we guarantee secure transportation and responsible recycling of your outdated appliances. Our licensed technicians are trained to carefully unplug, disconnect utilities, dismantle if necessary, and transport units safely without any risk of Freon, chemical or gas leaks during loading and transit.
We recycle and sustainably process as many components as possible. Any hazardous materials like coolants, insulation or parts containing lead/mercury are removed and safely disposed of following provincial environmental regulations. We aim to maximize recycling while ensuring dangerous materials don't end up in Winnipeg landfills.