A common process of forging metals of different shapes is known as die casting. Through this process, pieces that are commonly used and in high demand can be quickly produced through reusable molds that press metal into specific designs. In the plumbing industry, there are many pieces that exist throughout a home or business’ plumbing network created by die casting. Making this an excellent item to look for when either demolition or remodeling is taking place withing a home or building. Many contractors replace broken pieces and overhaul old plumbing networks that involve whole truckloads of die-cast hardware. Instead of tossing it all out, you should bring it to Harry's Metals to scrap the die-cast metal for a competitive price!
If you have access to different forms of diecast metals, Harry's Metals can certainly help get you paid for recycling your scrap! From faucets to pipes and smaller nuts and bolts in between, your die-cast metal can help boost your bottom line with proper recycling, which we pay you for. For the best value possible for your diecast metal scrap, it is best to remove the most amount of weight surrounding the scrap metal that is non-metal or a different type of metal to get you the most money. To help accommodate your busy schedule, Harry's Metals also offers scrap container services that can be picked up when you have filled them up as much as you can. This is often a safer option to contain the scrap in one place and to haul it successfully to our facility. Afterward, you will receive a fair price for all your hard work!
If you have die-cast scrap metal from your contracting work, Harry's Metals will give you fair payouts for every pound you bring. It is important to note that in the process of cleaning and organizing your diecast metal, you may come across other metals that can be scrapped for recycling. Check out our "Materials We Buy" page for a list of scrapable materials that you can get paid for! Contact Harry's Metals to learn about the latest prices for die-cast metal around Akron, OH today!