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Please fill out CONTACT FORM  or call 972-278-2625 to arrange free scrap metal and appliance recycling today.

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
And More!
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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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Phone:  972-278-2625
Email:  recycle@dfwappliance.com 

Free Service Areas: Dallas, Garland TX, Firewheel, Mesquite, Murphy, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett, Sachse, Sunnyvale, East Plano, Woodbridge, Wylie 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, Oak Lawn Dallas, Parker, Preston Hollow, Royce City, Stonebriar-Frisco, The Colony, Turtle Creek-Dallas, West Plano Texas, East Rockwall County, Uptown Dallas, Valley Ranch 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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University Park is a city in Dallas County, Texas, United States, and an inner suburb of Dallas. The population was 23,068 at the 2010 census. The city is home to Southern Methodist University. Like its neighbor, Highland Park, it is partially surrounded by the municipality of Dallas. Together, Highland Park and University Park form the Park Cities, an enclave of Dallas.

University Park, TX began as a cluster of homes surrounding the fledgling Southern Methodist University, which was founded in the then-rural Dallas County in 1915. The university supplied these homes with utility service until 1924, when the growing population could no longer be supported by the school's utilities. In response, the area’s homeowners first sought annexation into the town of Highland Park, but were refused due to the high cost which would have been required to provide the necessary utility and safety services. Shortly thereafter, Dallas also refused a request for annexation on similar grounds.

Determined to confront the challenges before them, community leaders organized to incorporate as a separate individual city. According to state law, incorporation required that area residents hold an election on the issue before the new city could be officially formed and recognized. On April 24, 1924, voters approved the measure by a 5:1 margin. Operating under the commission form of government, the city began the work of shaping the new government and addressing the pressing need to establish basic municipal services. To provide for the financial needs of the city, another election was held soon thereafter to authorize the issuance of municipal bonds. Passing by a near unanimous margin, the $150,000 bond issue funded the installation of a new water supply system, street paving, and the construction of a new city hall and fire station. When first incorporated, the city encompassed 515 acres (2.08 km2), 380 homes, and 1200 Texas residents.

 

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