A wood swing stand disposal and dismantle doesn’t seem like it’s that big a deal. And, with just a few tools and a little effort, you can do it all on your own. Well, you’re half-right. While the dismantling isn’t too difficult, you’ll find disposal is another matter altogether. Sure, it only takes a little effort to disassemble it. But, what to do with all the parts is something of a hassle.
Wood Swing Stand Disposal
The thing about a wood swing stand disposal is much like trying to offload any other large item — size matters. The bigger it is, generally the more difficult it is to get rid of it once and for all. It’s what makes a kids’ backyard playset disposal so hard to do. Big and bulky always presents a problem — that’s just the way it is.
Taking apart a wood swing set might be necessary when you move to a new house, want to move the swing to a different location, or need to get rid of the set completely. Be ready to set aside an afternoon for dismantling the pieces from the hardware, which may have rusted from the weather. Wood swing sets should come apart using common tools and readily available lubricants. —Home Steady.com
So, instead of going through the hassle and wasting a lot of time, it’s best to just call in a junk hauling service. This way, you don’t have to worry about doing the work or have to handle the disposal process. (Which can easily get complicated right away.)
Barnesville Wood Swing Stand Dismantle Procedure
Now, onto the wood swing stand dismantle steps. This doesn’t require special skill (as does the disposal) but, you do need to be handy with some common household tools. Here’s how to take apart a wood swing:
- Clear the area. Always clear the area when you’re working with a large piece like this one. This is no place for children and pets. And, it’s also a good idea to ensure there are no tripping hazards about. Then, dedicate a space to put the components — which can accomodate the size.
- Lubricate the bolts. Next, you’ll probably need to lubricate the bolts to loosen them with less effort. Follow the manufacturer’s directions closely for the best results. And, if the bolts don’t come loose, it’s best to call in a junk removal service to take it from there.
- Remove the swing. If you can loosen the bolts, do so and then, carefully remove the swing. (Have at least a couple of people help out so it isn’t so awkward.) Set the swing aside and out of the way.
- Disassemble the stand. Now, you can disassemble the rest of the stand one part at a time. Lay it down carefully to make it easier and reduce the risk of injury.
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