Excess Box Removal
We remove a lot of rubbish at EZ CleanUp, and with that junk comes a lot of boxes. You may have a pile of boxes in your garage, ranging from moving boxes to shipping boxes. We can help you keep your excess box count down when you hire us to remove your furniture, glass, or anything else! Not to mention that we can find someone to recycle them properly.
Break Them and Haul Them
Breaking down all of your boxes and fitting them into your recycle container might be tiring. If you have a lot of boxes, you may have EZ CleanUp do all the heavy lifting for you while we remove the rest of your junk! Call it a vendetta, but we’re here to help you get rid of all your clutter and make the most of your newfound space.
Boxes and Packing Materials
Popping bubble wrap is entertaining, but packing peanuts is nasty since they get everywhere. Furthermore, most municipal recycling programs cannot accept the plastics commonly used in packing materials. While our team is removing your unwanted items, have them take care of your packing supplies and additional boxes.
Professional Removal Service
It’s merely a phone call to EZ CleanUp! We offer free estimates over the phone with no commitments. We also offer transparent pricing with no hidden costs. EZ CleanUp is a family-owned and managed business in Philadelphia that treats its customers like neighbors. Hence, for all your box removal needs, give us a call now!
Three Steps for a Quick Cardboard Box Removal
Step 1: GET YOUR PRICE
Our all-inclusive pricing is based on volume. We give you a price way before the removal date so that you know what to expect on the day of your pickup.
Step 2: SCHEDULES A PICKUP
We understand that you want the cardboard boxes removed as soon as possible, therefore, we can do everything we can to provide same-day or next-day service. However, even if you plan to move in a month, give us a text, call, or email. We can take care of your garbage removal, so you don’t have to.
Step 3: WE HAUL IT AWAY
Our professional rubbish removal personnel may phone you half an hour before your scheduled arrival time to let you know when to expect them. They’ve also experienced movers, so the cardboard boxes may be safely removed from your home. You don’t need to lift a finger.
How to Get Rid of Boxes after Moving
If you’re left with a lot of boxes after unpacking during a move, just toss them out. That’s a simple solution, especially if they’re not of much value in the future. If the boxes aren’t in good shape after the move, it’s better to toss them out with the rest of the trash. In order to do so, break them into small pieces and drop them in a rubbish bag (or two). Even throwing them in the mixed garbage containers is fine, as cardboard decomposes fully in about two months. As a result, there are no severe environmental issues.
Convenient Pickup Service
We handle the work for you, including loading and hauling away your cardboard and packaging materials, so you may de-clutter and regain your space. Our team makes it simple and easy for you to dispose of waste paper and cardboard from your home or office. They arrive at your site, load it, then haul it away.
How Do You Get Rid of Cardboard Boxes?
- Step 1: Distribute to friends.
- Step 2: In your new home, reuse old boxes for storage.
- Step 3: Take off the labels and the tape.
- Step 4: Flatten and give to recycling companies in your area.
- Step 5: Break up the parts and place them in the recycling container.
- Step 6: Give away or sell your items on the internet.
- Step 7: Hand it over to the movers.
Cardboard Box Disposal Philadelphia FAQ
Is It Necessary to Separate Non-Corrugated and Corrugated Cardboard?
No, all forms of cardboard should be recycled together in the same bins. The city restriction only applies to corrugated cardboard.
Should You Recycle Damp or Food-Contaminated Cardboard?
No, it should be thrown away in a bin.
What Is Classified as Cardboard?
Cardstock, corrugated fiberboard, chipboard, and honeycomb board are examples of cardboard.
Is It Possible to Recycle Greasy Pizza Boxes?
Yes. They can be recycled as long as no solid food residue remains.
Do You Need to Remove the Tape from Cardboard Boxes?
No, but you can do it if you want to.
If you’ve recently moved houses and have a stack of cardboard boxes lying around, you can’t leave them on the side of the curb. Instead, call us so that we can take care of the clean-up process.