Dishwasher removal and recycling

A trusty dishwasher can help save plenty of time that would otherwise have been spent scrubbing plates, but how do you deal with a dishwasher that’s broken down or seen its best days and years go by? If you’ve been searching online for “dishwasher removal near me” then you’ve come to the right place.

With over 500 registered junk hauler members operating across the United States, JunkGator is your ideal choice for getting quick, affordable dishwasher removal and dishwasher disposal services as well as help removing bulky items, junk removal, office cleanouts, and house cleanout services.

Dishwasher hauling, recycling and disposal services

Big or small, heavy or not-so-heavy, old and unwanted dishwashers cannot simply be left with your curbside trash and need to be disposed of either at a recycling facility or with the help of a junk removal company near you.

Not only are dishwashers too bulky to be hauled away by municipal sanitation workers in most cities and counties, but many also contain electronic components, making them e-waste that cannot simply go to the dump with other trash.

That’s where junk haulers listed on JunkGator can help. Our reliable no-contact junk removal teams can come by your home, restaurant, cafe, or office to collect and haul away your old dishwasher without a hassle.

Some examples of what our junk haulers can collect include home dishwashers, commercial dishwashers, tabletop dishwashers, portable dishwashers and other home appliances and bulky items such as freezers, refrigerators, water heaters, stoves and ovens, washing machines, dryers, microwaves and toasters.

Frequently asked questions

Do I need to turn off the water before removing a dishwasher?

Yes, you must turn off the water valve connected to your dishwasher before removing it. Sometimes, old dishwashers might not be connected with their own valve dedicated for that fixture, so in these cases you may need to shut off the water supply valve for the entire home.

What tools will I need to remove a dishwasher?

Depending on your dishwasher model and its installation, you will likely need an adjustable wrench, screwdriver, and some rags/cloths and a bucket to soak up any water that may accumulate when removing the dishwasher from its place.

Is it possible to remove a dishwasher by myself?

For most people, dishwasher removal is a fairly safe one-man job. Most dishwashers weigh about 77 pounds, with some smaller compact dishwashers weighing only 50 pounds. Nevertheless, it is important to avoid pulling or twisting your back muscles when trying to dislodge the dishwasher.

How long does it take to replace an old dishwasher?

It takes about one hour to remove an old dishwasher and to replace it with a new one. This includes connecting the power supply, wastewater supply, and hot water supply. Depending on the configuration, it might be a perfectly simple DIY job or in some cases you may wish to hire a technician to do the job instead.

Same-day dishwasher removal services near you

Got an old dishwasher sitting around the house taking up space? Need to replace it with a newer, energy-efficient model that gets your plates and cutlery clean every time? Find a reputable junk hauler near you with JunkGator today.

Our platform is completely free to use, and users can request one or more FREE, no-obligation quotes from our over 500 registered junk haulers.