Yes! We do! We are more than willing and capable to remove unwanted pianos. Our only restriction is we do not take baby grand or grand pianos at this time, but all upright pianos we can remove!
Yes! That is if the paint is dry. You can dry cans of paint by mixing the wet paint with kitty litter of quick-drying concrete.
We can take wet paint but there is an additional recycling fee with the removal for what we get charged to dispose of it properly.
We have a process in play where we sort through every item once it is offloaded at our warehouse. Our team then determines whether an item can be donated, refurbished, or recycled! If we are able to donate any items to our local donation centers, we guarantee a tax-deductible receipt within 14 business days of the removal.
Depending on the items we have various recycling centers we like to use.
All cardboard and plastics are taken to the Roswell Recycling Center.
Anything metal is taken to North Fulton Metals.
All paint is taken to Live Thrive CHaRM.