Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. How Quickly Can We Get Started?
A. It might be quicker than you think! The first step is to give us a call or have us call you. Once we have a good understanding of your unique situation, we typically provide a quote within 5 days and will schedule a time with you to have one of our team members come visit your site.Q. How Long Will It Take To Remove Our Used Warehouse Equipment?
A. It depends on many factors such as...
- Will the warehouse be shut down or operational?
- How much material is being removed?
- Is equipment bolted down to the ground or free-standing?
Best practice is to give yourself multiple months of time in planning so that way you provide a buffer for your project to finish according to a timeline. Getting a full count of the materials and good pictures is a great way to start the process of evaluating the liquidation of your facility.Q. Will ASI Buy and Remove Everything In My Warehouse?
A. ASI purchases all kinds of used warehouse equipment, from pallet rack, to mezzanines, and more! Check out our more exhaustive list here!
We don't always purchase all the material in a warehouse though. Uncommon sizes, bad condition, and very small quantities may dissuade us from purchasing your material. However, we always encourage everyone to reach out with their available material so we can better understand your warehouse and intentions and provide you with a recommendation that would best fit your needs.Q. Will ASI Clean Up After They've Finished Removing My Equipment?
A. Yes! Removing used warehouse equipment is dirty work, so we ensure that all debris is disposed of appropriately, with the floors left in swept condition.Q. My Equipment Is Bolted In Place. Will You Leave Holes in the Floors?
A. No, when removing equipment anchored to the ground, we will grind the remaining floor anchors down to be flush with the cement, or fill the holes with cement epoxy if necessary.Q. Can You Work Around An Open Business?
A. We Can! Tearing down a wearhouse that's in operation can sometimes slow down a project, as additional steps must be taken to ensure the safety of everyone involved while minimizing impact to your business processes. After more than 30 years, we know how important it is to minimize downtime during a warehouse liquidation, so we can work with you to help limit the impact as best we can.