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Question DetailsAsked on 9/17/2017

I need to move new appliances into the house

I need a new refrigerator, dishwasher, washer and dryer from garage into the house. And old refrigerator out of house

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This assuming yuou do not have a couple of hefty friends (hopefully a bit home handy if you don't know how to connect the appliances up) and considering a reefer is involved, a rental appliance moving handtruck (which has the straps and back skid bars formoving heavy appliances).

Movers of course (regular local moving and transfer companies) would be an obvious choice - some will hook washer/dryer/dishwasher appliances back up if the connections are all right, some will not for liability reasons so you would need a Plumber or Appliance Repair guy to do that. Very few will dispose of old reefer for you though.

Other alternative is Hauling (as a Search the List category) - trash haulers like the two-guys-with-a-truck type companies. Some of them do in-house furniture moving like that, and can get rid of the reefer too. (Note there is likely a $25-50 refrigerant extraction landfill fee on top of the trash dumping fee).

Another option is a Handyman who has a helper - Handymen is the Search the List category - should be able to do the moving and the hookup to existing connections - some may or may not want to do the old reefer removal, though in some areas you can put by the curb on a certain pickup day when they do furniture and large appliance pickups, for an extra charge per item.

Last option - no Angies List category for this - is the companies most towns have who haul and install appliances for stores - deliver the new appliance, install it, and remove the old one. Some of them do similar jobs for customers too.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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