Getting rid of your old mattress can be inconvenient. Many areas won't accept them with curb pick up, hauling them for disposal on your own isn't easy and surprise disposal fees are the last thing you need. Whether you're upgrading from a Twin to a Full or downgrading from a California King to a Queen, we can get that unwieldy old mattress and box spring out of your way in a hurry with our convenient mattress removal services. Need your headboard and bedframe removed too? Let our team know and they'll take care of that too.
All you have to do is book an appointment online and we'll take care of the rest. You'll never have to worry about hidden fees. We offer upfront pricing that includes labor, transportation, disposal, and recycling of your mattresses and box springs.
Reusing and Recycling Your Mattress
Before your mattress is sent to a landfill, we'll do two things. First, we'll assess the condition of the mattress and box springs. If they are in good condition and can be used by someone else, we'll take them to a local charity to be donated. If they are no longer usable, they will be broken down for recycling.
Did you know you your old or unwanted mattress can be recycled? Wood, foam, cotton, and metal springs are all recyclable, meaning up to 90% of the materials in a mattress can be recycled. Box springs are broken down and the steel cage, wood frame, and cotton outer layer are recycled. If you have a Tempur-Pedic, memory foam or latex, don't toss them out with the garbage. These types or mattresses are also recyclable.
It is estimated that 15 - 20 million mattresses and box-springs are disposed of in the U.S. each year. With each piece occupying 40 cubic feet or more, this translates to 600 - 800 million cubic feet or landfill space each year. To make matters worse, chemical flame retardants are often found in mattresses. These chemicals are toxic and can leach from the mattress and contaminate groundwater. We are serious about responsible disposal which is why we do everything we can to keep your mattresses and box springs out of landfills. If they do end up there, we'll make sure they are disposed of safely.