Chevy Chase Residents Rely on 123JUNK for Appliance Removal
What Chevy Chase residents are NOT doing on their weekends is worrying about how to remove their old appliances. They know and trust 123JUNK for their old appliance disposal. Caring for their community is top of mind for Chevy Chase residents and by using 123JUNK, they know they’ll be doing their part to help protect their environment.
123JUNK’s process of Donate-Recycle-Dispose looks first for items that can be repurposed, like appliances in good working condition, and delivers these to its local charity partners where they can be used to help another local family. Consider donating your old appliances and receive a receipt for tax purposes.
Non-working appliances cannot be dumped off at the local landfill because they often contain hazardous materials. Regulations mandate that these be delivered to an appropriate recycling center. Our professional team is trained on the proper disposal requirements and locations for old appliances.
Rather than spending your weekend trying to figure out how to remove and dispose of old appliances, contact 123JUNK. We’ll do the heavy lifting for you and provide you with quick and courteous service, free estimates and transparent pricing.
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Did you know that Chevy Chase, Maryland was originally designed as a streetcar suburb of Washington, DC? In the late 19th century, the Chevy Chase Land Company purchase large tracts of land and began developing the area as an upscale residential community in order to create an exclusive suburban enclave in Montgomery County. The name was inspired by a border crossing between Maryland and DC called the “Chevy Chase” circle—taken itself from an English ballad: The Ballad of Chevy Chase.
As the town began to grow, it attracted affluent residents who built large estates, spacious homes and grandiose architecture while emphasizing harmonious urban design and green spaces. Today, Chevy Chase maintains its residential character, with tree-lined streets and well-kept homes. Residents enjoy its strong sense of community, high-quality schools, top-notch healthcare services, upscale retail centers, and numerous cultural and recreational opportunities.
On weekends, you might find Chevy Chase residents walking the Capital Crescent Trail or the Tregaron Conservancy, shopping, or taking in a show at the nearby Round House Theatre or The Music Center at Strathmore.
123JUNK doesn’t just load our trucks with your contents and haul them to the dump. We have a defined process for sorting and donating your items to a robust network of local municipalities, school districts and nonprofit organizations. We can even provide disposal reports for LEED certification, with a breakdown of where your items were distributed. Our objective is to keep your items out of the landfill.
You select the junk you want removed. We take it to one of many local donation partners. Your unused items make it to a good cause!
If it can’t be donated, we take care to ensure that as many items are recycled as possible. Our goal from the start: reduce landfill waste.
After items have been donated and recycled, the remaining items get hauled away as safely and carefully as possible. See what we take!
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