storm damage recycling
Plan ahead for your business or home in the rough weather season coming up. Make sure outdoor furniture is stored or secured, trim damaged or overhanging branches and trees, and do a sight check of your roof, siding, fencing, and outdoor areas to ensure your home or business is in good shape for high winds, heavy snow, hail, and ice.
If you do incur damage this season, consider easing the financial hit by selling the damaged metal items for scrap. Your dented aluminum siding, metal roofing, crushed fencing, pounded patio furniture and other metal items could be worth top prices at Mann Metals Corp. Don’t fill roll-off containers with valuable scrap! Sell it and recoup some of your losses.
We hope you sail through the winter storm season untouched, but if you don’t, keep our contact info for when you may need more information about selling and recycling your scrap metals.
If our blog articles have been useful to you, please let us know when you bring in your scrap metal. Thanks!
Despite hitting the East Coast, effects from Hurricane Sandy & the Super Storm were felt as far as Michigan. High winds damaged trees, fences, siding, roofs, cars, and lawn and patio furniture all over our area. Whether you’re a contractor removing debris, or a homeowner doing it yourself, consider recycling your scrap metal at Mann Metals Corp. We pay top dollar for your scrap aluminum, steel, iron, copper and other metals. Aluminum siding, fencing, copper flashing, ferrous metal of all kinds, all can be sold to Mann Metals for cash.
For more information, please contact Mann Metals Corp., and we’ll be happy to answer your scrap metal questions today.
Mention our blog the next time you visit Mann Metals Corp. and let us know what you think.