At Scrap It, that’s where.
Consider that ancient refrigerator you’re finally replacing. Your municipality will pick it up. Get it off your hands. If you’re lucky, that will cost you nothing. If luck isn’t on your side, you could be charged $30 or so for the city service that will take that old appliance either to the dump or to a metal recycler, who’ll pay for it.
Why should you get nothing or even have to pay someone else to take your fridge or other appliance? Especially when the taker is likely to make money off of what you thought was garbage.
That’s one of the main advantages of Scrap It, with three locations in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. You profit when we do.
Why should others turn a profit on what I own?
That’s at the heart of what we do. We don’t think it’s fair that someone should take your metal scrap away but not pay you what it’s worth.
Metal—virtually all metal—has value to recyclers. So your municipality might exploit the value of that metal and not pay you a penny for it. It might even charge you for the “privilege” of taking that income source from you, then turn around and sell your contribution to a recycler.
If you own materials you no longer need and others want, you should be the one turning a profit on it. Right?
What kind of metal has value?
Just about all kinds.
For starters, we’re talking about both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Ferrous metals contain iron. So this means anything with stainless steel, alloy steel, or carbon steel.
Non-ferrous metals include aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, and even insulated wires.
But why think small? At Scrap It, we’ll go farther and pay you for your junk car or for the bulky metal parts that were once in it, such as radiators and catalytic converters.
The bottom line here is that if it contains metal, it has value to Scrap It. And that fact is going to put money in your pocket.
We’re planet-friendly, too
Maybe you think of your scrap metal as solid waste, and your local trash collectors might see it the same way. However, we see a different future for your recyclable metals than a landfill. It’s not junk. That’s why we’ll pay you top dollar for your not-so-worthless scrap.
In addition, the recycling of metals can reduce the need for mining new metals. That’s another way the planet benefits. So don’t throw it away, and certainly don’t pay anyone to “take it off your hands.”
Plus, you’ll earn the best price
Proof of this claim is in the fact that we update our pricing each and every day. Here’s an example of how that benefits you. If the copper market says that the copper fixtures on that scrap water heater of yours are worth more today than they were yesterday, we’re on top of that news.
It’s in our best interest to get you the best prices because our inventory comes from people like you. We have nothing to sell if we drive our customers away by not offering the best prices.
That’s why you can be assured of getting top dollar on a day-to-day basis. Go ahead. Challenge us. If you know the details about the scrap metal you have, call around and check out prices. You won’t be outbid in the Boston or Worcester, Massachusetts areas or in and around Marlborough, New Hampshire.
Cash in hand
To make your life even easier, all you have to do is stop in at one of our three Massachusetts and New Hampshire locations whenever you have metal to sell.
While you’re there, ask us about our rewards program. Basically, it means that you’ll also get points in addition to the cash you receive for your metal. After you accumulate enough points, you’ll get even more money from us.
By visiting your nearby Scrap It location, you’ll get that old refrigerator, water heater, junker car, or any other sources of scrap metal off your hands—and out of your house and out of your way.
In return, you’ll have cash in hand. And that’s one item you can always make more room for. To see what we can do for you, all you have to do is contact us today