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Most commuters spend at least an hour in their cars each day. Without having a job, what are people who can walk going to make ends meet financially? Making the commute back and forth to school, work, extracurricular activities, and other occasions wouldn’t be possible without transportation. If you reside in an area without public transport, you should find a way to get around. One option for many people is a personal vehicle. A vehicle has many responsibilities, the most important aspect being maintenance.

Automotive maintenance consists of routine fluid checks & and changes, tire pressure checks, replacement, and filter replacements. If you believe tire maintenance is time-consuming, you have yet to replace your tires. Disposing of used tires is a complicated task that can result in financial fines.

We can assist you in saving both time and money by disposing of your used tires.

Our Old Tire Removal Process

We are part of the market for disposal. Our junk removal business has provided residents and businesses with top-quality service for several decades. The junk removal team comprises highly skilled workers with years of combined experience. We screen our workers to ensure they have the experience, skills, knowledge, and physical ability to participate in our junk disposal process.

When we’re called upon to remove old tires from businesses and homes, We do not let a job go unanswered. The first step of the process is to conduct a consultative, which involves the client and an employee on our junk collection team. During the consultation, a qualified technician will get the approval of the client to access the heap of rubber scrap. The information gathered from the visual inspection will be used to create a customized old tire removal strategy.

We do not use a standard junk removal program since it’s not always the best alternative for our customers. Our custom rubber scrap removal is a strategic plan to help community members and businesses save money.

Keeping Blown-Out Tires Off Our Highways

Every motorist and passenger has come across old tires lying along the highway. There are several reasons why old pieces of rubber tires end up on the shoulders of interstates, public streets, and highways. One of the most frequent causes is the blowout. There are numerous reasons tire blowouts are commonplace on highways. The causes include inadequate pressure levels for air, too much temperature, overloaded commercial vehicles, poor maintenance accidents with motor vehicles, or potholes. There are also other types of impact damage.

It’s not hard to understand why motorists dump their blow-out tires on the roadside. Perhaps the traffic is so crowded that it’s unsafe for motorists to pick up the tires.

The most inexcusable thing is that motorists violating the law dumped scrap tires along the highway’s shoulder. Through our old tire removal service, we hope to decrease the amount of old scrap rubber illegally left on the road.

Creative Ways To Dispose Of Your Old Tires

Recycling the tires you have accumulated shouldn’t be a burden or even illegal. Making your old car, truck, bicycle, utility trailers and wheelbarrow, and ATV tires into something unique isn’t too tricky. All you need is a bit of creativity, time painting, primer, and some snips.

Convert your old tires into outdoor furniture, flowers, planters for the garden, retainer walls, mancave mirrors, children’s swings, mulch, or tree surrounds. Each conversion made by hand helps keep old tires from being dumped illegally. It also helps to protect the environment from damage from greenhouse gas emissions.

Find new ways to use your old tires.

Other Tire Disposal Methods

Recycling is a great alternative to converting old tires. However, some recycling facilities pose disposal fees on rubber scrap. Donate your old tire to an area landscaper who will use them for mulch to avoid these fees.

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Used Tire Disposal & Removal