Here are some of the most common pieces of exercise equipment we take:
Treadmills: Treadmills are incredibly heavy and awkward to move. Your unwanted
treadmill can find use in another home, or be used for parts and salvage depending on the need.
Stationary bikes: Much like the treadmill with the exception that stationary bikes have a smaller footprint in your home. However, unused stationary bikes get in the way, and especially if they are broken, they are just taking up floorspace.
Rowing machines: Rowing machines are a common type of equipment that offer an incredible full body workout. But if you aren’t using it, get rid of it and get that corner of your living room back. We can help.
Home gyms: Very complex, heavy, and space-dominating machines, home gyms are subject to breakage, are expensive to maintain, and eventually they can gather dust in a large portion of your basement or garage. So, take action and have it hauled away!
Free weights: This piece of equipment can be an excellent part of your exercise
regimen, until a weight bench is damaged, an injury keeps you from lifting, or your
interests have drifted beyond free weights. Send this unwieldy piece of equipment to a better place and have one of our experts haul it away. We are skilled and trained in the best way to move heavy items without damage to your home.
Ellipticals: This piece of equipment is rapidly changing, with newer models being better for ergonomics, space saving, and the ways they perform complicated programs to give you a better workout. Upgrade and get rid of the old machine to free up space
When you are ready to part with that heavy piece of exercise equipment, there are a few things you need to do first to help us out.
Check condition: This will help us to determine the best way to move
something. If for instance a home gym has a break in a weld, we might need to
know a better way to move it without it being a danger to our crew or your
property. This also gives us an idea of if it can be donated once it has been
removed from your home or business.
Move into storage positions/locked state: This keeps the equipment uniform,
with a smaller profile to navigate through halls, up or down stairs, and into our
Protect with plastic wrap or blankets: This will protect the equipment from any
further damage, as well as your walls, floors, and even the truck being used to
haul the equipment. Generally, our team will provide these for you.