Couch Removal, Disposal and Recycling in Chicago and Suburbs
Getting rid of an old couch can become a surprisingly difficult task without the right resources.
In the City of Chicago – as well as most surrounding suburbs – you can be fined by your garbage service for leaving an unwanted couch in an alley or curbside as they will typically not pick those up. Removing a couch on your own can be difficult if you do not have a vehicle or the assistance to lift and remove the couch. And if you live in an older building or home, you know how tricky it can be to navigate those older doorways and stairwells. Even if you are able to remove it yourself…where will you take it?
Make it easy on yourself (and your friends): Call us to pick up and remove that unwanted couch—or that unbelievably heavy sofa bed.
Don’t think it will fit through a doorway or down a stairwell? We come prepared! Our crew will quickly cut up or disassemble the couch, whichever is required to get the furniture out of your home, and we’ll clean up after we are done.
This is what one of our clients had to say:
“This was a slam dunk decision. I only had 4 things to remove, but three of them promised to be real headaches: sleeper couch and a treadmill in the basement and a flat glass, 40-inch TV upstairs that had the density of a dying sun. Both sets of stairs have 90-degree turns and tight exit paths. These guys (Sergio and Noe) got it done. No drama. Just physics, geometry and old school strength…” – Steve N.
Couches We Pick Up
We can pick up your standard old couch, but also any variety of sofa or furniture that you need hauled away. Some other furniture items that we can take away are:
- Chaise Lounge
- Day Beds
- Full-Size Sofas
- Recliner Sofa
- Sectional Couches
- Settee Sofa
- Sleeper Sofas (Sofa Beds)
Couch Removal Photos: Our Crews in Action
“Jr and Tye were awesome! They were communicative about their arrival time and very respectful and courteous. They took all of my furniture (even the couch that was to large for the doorway and took extra time to maneuver) and had smiles and laughs throughout the entire project.” – Tabitha B.