Exercise Equipment

It’s a problem a lot of people can relate to. You had the best intentions when you bought that treadmill, but never quite got around to using it. If you’ve got exercise equipment that’s cluttering up your home, it might be time to get rid of it and take back that space. However, getting rid of it on your own isn’t easy.

Exercise Equipment Removal Made Easy

Large pieces of equipment can be incredibly heavy and tough to move around. Then there’s the matter of actually disposing of it. Most of these items can’t simply be left out on the curb with your regular garbage pickup. So, what’s the best way to finally get rid of your workout equipment?

Exercise Equipment Disposal

Our advice is to leave it to the professionals. Whether it’s a set of dumbells, elliptical, or stationary bike, 1800-GOT-JUNK? is happy to help. We’re a full-service junk removal company, which means we’ll take care of everything. Let us handle the heavy lifting—all you have to do is point!

1800-GOT-JUNK TOM ready to remove your old or broken exercise equipment
  • Free Weights
  • Ski Machines
  • Elliptical Trainers
  • Rowing Machines
  • Stair-steppers
  • Stationary Bicycle
  • Treadmills
  • Ankle & Hand Weights
  • Padding, Mats & Training Bags
  • Resistance Bands & Tubing
  • Weight Bars & Racks
  • Dumbbells & Kettle bells
1800-GOT-JUNK TOM ready to remove your old or broken exercise equipment

Frequently Asked Questions

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