Looking For A Way To Earn Extra Money? Repair And Scrap Old Appliances

Posted on: 28 July 2016


If you are looking for a way to make money and you are interested in scrapping or reusing old appliances, there is some money to be made. You can go around and take the items that people don't want to fix, or just don't want to keep around, and turn those items into cash.

Some people would rather put out an appliance for the garbage instead of taking it to a scrap yard, or paying some money to fix it. If these items can be fixed and resold or used, you can make money off the transactions. Here are a few things you'll need to get this started.

Truck and Dolly

Driving around to pick up the appliances people put out to the curb will require that you have something to haul the items with, so a truck is ideal. A large van may also work. Along with a vehicle that can carry the appliances, you'll want to have a dolly or another item to help move and load the appliances, since they can be heavy and difficult to maneuver.

Appliance Repair Professional

Find an appliance repair professional, like one from All Appliance Service Inc, in the area that can fix anything from washing machines to hot water heaters. When you get a new appliance you can pay the appliance expert to look at the appliance and see what is wrong, and to give you a quote to fix it. Once you establish a relationship with a repair professional in the area you can get items looked at and fixed quickly.

Scrap Yard Access

Do you live near a local scrap yard where you can easily take items that aren't worth fixing, so you can get the money for their metal composition? If not, you may want to get a trailer to haul multiple items at once when you have to drive a long distance to a scrap yard. Monitor the fluctuations in metal prices so you know when to turn in what items to get the most money.

If you are looking for a way to make extra money, getting thrown out appliances fixed and selling them is an easy way to do it, and collecting items that don't work and taking them out to be scrapped are easy ways. You can do this as a hobby or just drive around on the night's that they collect trash in your area where you live. You can also advertise on free sites to pick unused items up at no cost.