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Garage Door Parts Recycling: Getting Rid of Scrap Metal

05/5/2017

Garage Door Won't OpenWondering what to do with the leftovers after your repairman comes to replace your garage door parts? The good news is that most garage door repair companies will recycle your old parts for free.

However, if your repair was a DIY project or the technician didn’t take your parts, you may be left wondering what to do with them.

You can look up metal recycling in your area to find a facility that accepts it. You may also be able to sell it for some cash as scrap metal does have some value.

Whatever you do, don’t throw it away. Scrap metal can be recycled to create new products much more efficiently than mining new metal from the earth. Metal that has been thrown away will end up polluting landfills and causing heavy metal contamination in the soil.

Take care of your environment by recycling old parts from your garage!

Garage Door Repair Cost: Is it Cheaper to DIY?

When it comes to garage door repair, cheaper isn’t always better. While most repairs are simple to perform, they do come with their own set of risks. Springs and other metal garage door parts are dangerous and can cause serious injury if handled improperly. You may end up spending a little more to hire a professional, but the cost of garage door repair is often worth it. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee and our technicians are insured. You won’t have to worry about your part warranties being voided and in the unlikely scenario that there’s a problem with the repair that’s our fault, we’ll take care of it for you.

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