Pennsauken Township, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/26/2017 -- Residents who have an unsightly pile of scrap metal hanging around their property are encouraged to contact Sgt. Scrap, who provides money for scrap metal in Philadelphia.
Large piles of scrap metal not only look ugly, but they can also prove a danger to any children or elderly residents living near the pile. This scrap metal can even lower the property value and curb appeal of the home, which makes it especially important to remove the metal if homeowners are considering putting their homes on the market.
It can be easy to let a large pile of scrap metal accumulate on a residential or business property, especially if the home or business owners work with metal. However, large piles of scrap metals can be dangerous to children or those with problems seeing, as these are the two groups who are most likely to trip and cut themselves on a rusted segment or jagged edge. Removing the pile of scrap metal can be important for new parents or those whose children are reaching toddler age.
Removing a large pile of scrap metal can also mean more cash in your wallet depending on what types of materials are present. A roll-off container in Gloucester County from Sgt. Scrap provides a safe and convenient way to remove the pile of scrap metal and put a little bit of extra money in residents' pockets.
Anyone interested in selling excess scrap metal is encouraged to call Sgt. Scrap at 800-833-6983 to schedule a pick-up or visit them online at https://sgt-scrap.com to learn more.
About Sgt. Scrap
Sgt. Scrap has been in business since for over ten years. Since their inception in 2006, the company has expanded to having four locations. Sgt. Scrap is an authority on eco-friendly scrap metal purchasing and prides itself on empowering its partners and customers. They offer both onsite services and offsite pickups that rid clients of unwanted metals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware.
For more information, visit http://sgt-scrap.com.
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