Buying a new fridge will require a little research on your part. If the needs of your family have changed, then you might want to look into a larger capacity model. Even a few extra cubic feet of storage can make all the difference when it comes to a hungry family. Upgrading your fridge also means you have the opportunity to add special features like an ice/water dispenser. You could also switch from having your freezer on top to having it on the bottom or side by side. Just think about how many years you’ve had your current icebox. That is how long you’ll be keeping your new one so why not splurge and get a model that has everything you’re looking for. Just make sure whatever model you choose that is it Energy Star rated. This will insure that you can save on your monthly power bills.
Naturally, before that new fridge shows up, you have to arrange for proper refrigerator disposal. This is not something you want to keep in your garage or basement especially if it’s not working. To do that would mean removing the door or securing it with a padlock. Instead, why not turn it over to Excel Junk Removal. These are the junk removal professionals who put refrigerator disposal at the top of their long list of junk hauling services.
It is true that the dealer who is selling you your new fridge might offer to handle the old refrigerator disposal. However, they won’t be able to take away a lot more of your junk on the same trip. For that to happen, you need to hire Excel. They’ll make sure you’re junk free in no time.
This entry was posted in Omaha Refrigerator Disposal and tagged Excel Junk Removal, junk removal, refrigerator disposal on November 3, 2016 by Excel. Last updated February 11, 2016.
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How is your refrigerator holding up? In many ways, your fridge is really the anchor of your entire kitchen. Just for fun, count how many times you open your refrigerator on a typical day. Add in more family members and more cooking and that fridge door is swinging open every couple of minutes. Because it is always running, your refrigerator is also the number one energy user in your home. Between the constant use and the power drain, you need to make sure your fridge is operating at peak levels. If that fridge is several years old, then it might be time for a replacement. Don’t panic! Buying a new fridge isn’t going to break the bank. In fact, you’ll find there are many affordable refrigerators that can get the job done.