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We are available for scrap metal pickup in The Dallas, TX Metroplex
Available for residential, industrial, and commercial scrap metal removal and recycling.

www.DFWappliance.com  is a scrap metal collection company in Dallas, TX. We service home owners, business owners, maintenance departments  and property management companies. Call Today! 972-278-2625

Certain restrictions apply to see if you qualify for free haul off of appliances, electronics and other recyclable metals please fill out contact form or call 972-278-2625
 

Our scrap metal removal includes,

Air Conditioners and Heaters
Washers and Dryers
Refrigerators
Cars, Trucks, Motors and Parts
Computers and Accessories
Exercise Equipment
All Types of Steel
Hot Water Heaters
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Here’s what some of our recent customers had to say about our metal & appliance recycling services.

“These guys do great work. They removed a lot of heavy workout equipment from my garage in a very timely manner. They were on time and very hard workers! Thank You!!!

 “I contacted Andrew this morning and 2 hours later my scrap metal pile is gone. Andrew came with another employee and made quick, clean work of a fairly large job. This service was fast, courteous and as promised FREE!!!”
Thanks Guys!
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“Thanks for the quick pick up of our old freezer!  It was great to actually have a company show up when they say they would.”


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Free Service Areas: NE Dallas, Garland TX, Firewheel, Murphy, East Richardson, Sachse, East Plano, Woodbridge Wylie TX and More

Limited Free Service and Paid Service To: Addison, Allen TX, Carrollton, Coppell, Far North Dallas, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Forney, Frisco, Heath, University Park and Highland Park Texas, Irving, las Colinas, Lewisville, Little Elm, Lower Greenville Dallas, Lucas, McKinney, Mesquite, Oak Lawn Dallas, Parker, Preston Hollow, Royce City, Rockwall, East Rowlett, Stonebriar-Frisco, The Colony, Turtle Creek-Dallas, West Plano Texas, East Rockwall County, Uptown Dallas, Valley Ranch, North Wylie and More

* Limited service areas are charged a fee of $20-$80 depending on your location.

* Additional handling/moving fees for stairs, inside the home removal of refrigerators, food or debris removal from fridge/freezer, front-load washing machines, televisions, highrise buildings and certain other situations. Most items located outside the home or in the garage will not be charged any fees.

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Garland, TX is a city in the U.S. state of Texas. It is a large city northeast of Dallas and is a part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. It is located almost entirely within Dallas County, except for small portions in Collin County.[3] As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 226,876, making it the twelfth-most populous city in Texas and the 87th most populous city in the United States.

In 2008, CNN and Money magazine released their list of the "Top 100 Places to Live", and Garland was ranked number 67.

Immigrants began arriving in the Peters colony area around 1850, but a community wasn't created until 1874. Two communities sprung up in the area: Embree, named for the physician K. H. Embree, and Duck Creek, named for the local creek of the same name. A rivalry between the two towns ensued as the area began to grow around the Santa Fe Railroad depot. Eventually, to settle a dispute regarding which town should have the local post office, Dallas County Judge Thomas A. Nash asked visiting Congressman Joe Abbott to move the post office between the two towns. The move was completed in 1887. The new location was named Garland after U.S. Attorney General Augustus Hill Garland. Soon after, the towns of Embree and Duck Creek were combined, and the three areas combined to form the city of Garland, which was incorporated in 1891. By 1904 the town had a population of 819 people.

In 1920, local businessmen financed a new electrical generator plant (sold by Fairbanks-Morse) for the town. Out of this was formed Garland Power & Light, the municipal electric provider that still powers the city today.

Businesses began to move back into the area in the late 1930s. The Craddock food company and later the Byer-Rolnick hat factory (now owned by Resistol) moved into the area. In 1937, KRLD, a major Dallas radio station, built its radio antenna tower in Garland, and it is operational to this day. During World War II, several aircraft plants were operated in the area, and the Kraft Foods company purchased a vacant one after the war for its own use. By 1950, the population of Garland exceeded 10,000 people.

In the 2000s, Garland added several notable developments, mostly in the northern portion of the city. Hawaiian Falls water park opened in 2003 (Garland formerly had a Wet 'n Wild water park, which closed in 1993). The Garland Independent School District's Special Events Center,[13] an arena and conference facility, opened in 2005, as did Firewheel Town Center, an outdoor mall with more than 100 businesses.

In 2009 the city, in conjunction with the developer Trammell Crow Company, finished a public/private partnership to develop the old courthouse and parking lot (the land between 5th Street, 6th Street and on the North Side of Austin Street) into a new mixed-use, transit oriented development named 5th Street Crossing. Catercorner to both City Hall and the downtown DART Rail station, the project consists of 189 residential apartment units, 11,000 square feet (1,000 m2) of flex retail, and six live-work units.

 

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