Bulky waste disposal by the moving experts from Berlin
When moving, it happens that old furniture, carpets or mattresses should not be moved to the new location. But the disposal of “old stuff” is usually stressful and takes time. Our moving company will be happy to dispose of bulky waste for you.
Every move is also a good opportunity to part with things that you no longer need. We therefore advise you to go through all your household items thoroughly and sort out everything that you no longer need. In this way, you not only reduce the effort involved in your move – in the end you also save some of the moving costs. We always recommend our customers to plan the bulky waste collection in good time before or after the move.
As a professional moving company in Berlin, we are not only familiar with the reliable transport of your removal goods – we also take care of inconvenient contaminated sites. Whether old mattresses, broken cupboards, dirty carpets or other bulky waste. We organize the punctual disposal and make the move easier for you. Let’s talk together about bulky waste disposal for your move with a free viewing.
- Large selection: We have the right packaging: Moving boxes, book boxes, file boxes, chandelier boxes, clothes boxes, TV boxes.
- Delivery and pick-up service: We deliver moving boxes to our moving customers free of charge within Berlin at the agreed time directly to their home or office. Upon request, we can also pick up the boxes again after the move within Berlin. If you buy only cardboard, delivery costs may apply.
- Robust and stackable: Whether large or small quantities – our moving boxes are very robust, of premium quality and available for € 2.00 / piece. On request, you can purchase used moving boxes for € 1.00 / piece (if available).
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Bulky waste disposal when moving to Berlin – frequently asked questions
The disposal of bulky waste when moving to Berlin, Berlin or other parts of the world brings with it many questions. Here we answer the most common ones for you. If your question is not there, feel free to contact us at any time.
- What is bulky waste in Berlin?
Depending on the city, there are very different regulations regarding what counts as waste in the case of bulky waste. This mainly includes waste from renovation work such as doors, window frames, wood paneling or laminate floors or electrical appliances. There are also communities that offer separate disposal of refrigerators, washing machines, dryers, and other electrical appliances. Old textiles and renovation waste are also handled differently. The following things belong to the classic bulky waste in Berlin:
- Disassembled furniture large and small
- Wooden elements from the living area
- Scrap metal
- Bicycles, strollers, etc.
- Laminate, door frames, door leaves, window frames
- Sanitary objects made of plastic such as pipes, cisterns, bathtubs
- Electrical appliances
- Used textiles and clothes in sacks
- Household waste in bags or boxes
- Renovation waste
- Green plants
- What is not considered bulky waste in Berlin?
There is also waste that does not fit the gray bin, but is still not counted as bulky waste. Separate disposal must be discussed here. This includes things like:
- Construction waste such as floor coverings, tiles, doors
- Cast bathtubs
- Car tires and car batteries
- Pollutants such as paints and varnishes
- Fire extinguisher
- Is bulky waste disposal free of charge?
Some municipalities include the costs of collecting bulky waste in the waste disposal fees and do not charge separate fees for collecting your contaminated sites. Other municipalities, however, apply the polluter pays principle. Each individual disposal is calculated here. Sometimes there is also the option of billing according to flat-rate bulky waste fees or the calculation based on the quantity in cubic meters. There are different costs in the German cities of Berlin, Hamburg and Munich.