Holiday decorations in your home bring great harmony during one of the most exciting times of the year. But, what to do with all the junk you leave behind? Especially that giant Christmas tree in the middle of your house.
You can get rid of your Christmas tree by throwing it out in front of your house to be hauled away with your regular garbage, but it needs to be cut up for easy transport.
At 99 Junk Removal we are ready to help. Our company offers Seattle Christmas tree disposal services to make your holidays end pleasantly.
Leave in our hands the whole process of getting rid of your Christmas tree whether it is natural or artificial. Contact us and in no time we will give you a solution.
Christmas Tree Disposal in Seattle Made Easy
Removing a Christmas tree is a tedious process, especially if you like to decorate your home with more than one tree to achieve that cozy and comforting Christmas atmosphere.
We offer you the most complete Christmas tree removal service in Seattle at great prices. We don’t want your Christmas to end up full of drama, we want you to keep only the good moments of the holidays in your memory. Your family deserves it.
A natural tree begins to decay and dry out and the leaves that fall to the ground are sharp and can be dangerous for children. At 99 Junk Removal we care about your health and safety, your tree will be out of your home sooner than you think.
Christmas Tree Hauling & Removal – How It’s Done
If you want to remove the Christmas tree yourself, the process to follow is different depending on whether it is natural or artificial. Although you can discard it as part of your regular yard waste, the more parts of the tree you can collect for recycling, the better.
A natural tree can go back to nature to fulfill different functions such as mulch to nourish plants or composts to nourish the soil. This way your Christmas decoration will end up being useful for the environment after having given you moments of happiness during the holidays.
To dispose of a natural tree, you need to cut its branches and trunk into several pieces so that it is easy to tie it up and discard it at the curb with other yard waste. Before doing this you should remove the ornaments and check the ideal time to do this with your local waste collection service.
If you want to haul it yourself, you can take it to the landfills in January as they are closed for Christmas.
If you have assembled an artificial Christmas tree this year, we encourage you to take it apart and store it in boxes to keep it in good condition to use it next year. But, if your tree is already worn out and has served its purpose, remove the ornaments and disassemble it so it can be properly discarded.
Artificial trees can also be donated! And, by doing so, you’ll be sharing the joy of Christmas with other families near you.
Since the whole process of disassembling, collecting the ornaments, removing the lights and cutting the tree to tie it up and transport it requires time, strength and special methods of transportation, we offer a far easier solution for you. At 99 Junk Removal we will do the entire process of Seattle Christmas tree disposal so you don’t have to worry about anything and we will make sure that not a single pine needle is left behind.
Our Commitment to the Environment
All the articles you acquire to use them in different ways in the home should have a second purpose. Or, at least, do your best to maximize the use of each of them.
At 99 Junk Removal we are committed to the environment. Anything we can do for our planet is an investment in the future.
Before you get rid of your tree, give it the proper care before disposal so it can be recycled in a better way, whether natural or artificial.
How To Keep Your Natural Tree In Good Condition
- Never let it lack water. It is not necessary to water the leaves, add a little water at the base of the tree to keep the leaves green and flexible.
- Avoid placing your Christmas tree near heat sources such as fireplaces, heaters or stoves. This will prevent it from drying out and will also prevent accidents involving fire, as ornaments can burn very easily.
- Keep your tree as close to the sun as possible. Having it next to a window will be enough for it to receive some rays of solar energy.
- A fresh tree can last up to 6 weeks if you take good care of it. Consider this time to choose the date when you are going to place your tree along with its decoration to keep it perfect during all the festivities.
Artificial Tree Care Tips
- If you have had your tree in storage and it has become dusty, avoid shaking it to prevent damaging its branches. Take it outside and use a water hose to wash it. Let it dry well and you will have your tree ready to assemble.
- Incorporate each bunch into the central column without forcing to avoid damaging the support.
- While a natural tree by itself is attractive and doesn’t need a lot of decoration, your artificial tree can have as many ornaments as you want to enhance it. Start with large pieces such as floral arrangements, ribbons, netting and stuffed animals. End with small ornaments to add the finishing touch.
- Tie the ornaments to the tree to avoid bending the branch wires.
- Check that decorative lights are in good condition by plugging them in before putting them on your tree. If they overheat they can cause an accident. A tree between 6 – 9 feets high may need up to 25 meters of lights to cover it from the base to the top.
This way, whatever type of tree you decide to have each year, it will look beautiful and It will also be in good condition for when it needs to be recycled or donated.
We Strive to Donate & Recycle As Much As Possible
At 99 Junk Removal, we have seen many times the satisfaction caused by an article donated to a new home, that’s why we don’t want to stop doing it.
Leave the disposal of your Christmas tree in our hands so that we can find an ideal destination for it. It could be replanted if your tree is potted or it could end up as a support substrate for many gardens.
We must ensure that our environment remains thriving and that each tree is used in the best possible way. A natural Christmas tree is an environmentally friendly waste that can be easily recycled and have a variety of purposes.
Although pine firewood is not very good for heating, they can be dried for use in the fireplace.
If you have covered your tree with artificial snow, it can no longer be recycled in an eco-friendly way because of the chemicals left on the leaves. But, it can still be disposed of in an ecologically safe manner.
Our Seattle Christmas tree disposal service is intended to help you get rid of that tree that has served its purpose and you no longer wish to have at home.
You can schedule your removal service with us online for your convenience, our customer support will be available to answer any questions you may have so we can get to your home or office as soon as possible.
The competitive price we offer you online will be the same price you will pay once you enjoy the service, no extra charges or tricks. You will have an excellent deal and you won’t have to make any physical effort to remove that unwanted tree.
Our pick-up schedule is whatever works best for you. Book your appointment now so you can choose the day and time that is most suitable for your needs.
We will arrive at your location with a dedicated and friendly crew that will leave no mess behind. We are committed to picking up every last needle of leaves from your tree.
99 Junk Removal provides high quality service, we are committed to our job as well as our environment.
Kinds of Christmas Trees We Take
Each type of Christmas tree has a different destination, so removal techniques may vary. We recommend removing the ornaments and storing them in sealed boxes to keep them in good condition so you can use them next year.
Don’t let the magic of Christmas be ruined by the stress of removing the tree from your home. We are at your service so you can end the holidays with nothing but good memories.
Real Christmas Tree Removal
Real Christmas trees cannot be reused unless, if they are potted, you can replant them. What you can do is recycle it by shredding its trunk for use in gardens and landscaping if you have kept it in its natural state. If the leaves have been flocked for decoration, it will be disposed of as part of the trash.
At 99 Junk Removal we remove the tree from your home and package it after cutting so it can be safely transported to its destination.
The dried leaves and all the debris it may leave in its path will be completely removed and your home will look as if you never had a Christmas tree before.
Artificial Christmas Tree Removal
An artificial Christmas tree is not easy to recycle along with the usual plastic waste, however, it can always be reused. If you have already reused it a lot of times, you can let another family continue to enjoy it, thus decreasing the impact it may have on the environment.
Collect the decorations and we will take care of disassembling and packing it to take it to a safe destination, either to donate or to dispose of it. Whichever option is chosen, it will be decided after evaluating the condition of your tree.
H2 – FAQs
How do you dispose of a Christmas tree in Seattle?
Your tree can be discarded in many ways and in Seattle you can find a variety of recycling facilities.
In order to dispose of it with your regular trash you must cut it up and tie it up before putting it at the curb.
Each county offers different options, as well as specific collection times and locations. After the holidays you can take it yourself to the strategic points to dispose of it.
We encourage you to use your natural tree waste as part of your garden compost, filler for furniture or mattresses, or, dry the trunk for use as firewood or barbecue along with charcoal.
If you don’t want to take any of these options, leave everything in our hands. Our service at 99 Junk Removal will allow you to relax, holidays don’t always end in chaos.