We buy!

  • Aluminum
  • Batteries
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • IRON
  • Stainless Steel
  • Lead
  • Zinc
  • And More!

        We do not buy!

  • Automobiles
  • Glass
  • Plastic
  • Wood
  • Etc...

Have some Scrap metal? Follow these steps:

Step 1: Determine the type of material you have. If you are not sure, don't worry! We can help out based on a few questions or pictures.

Step 2: Call or Email us. Ask us the going rate for the specific material you have.

Step 3: Bring your material in for weighing and paying. First come, first serve, no appointment needed! Reconfirm pricing prior to unloading!

Step 4: Get PAID immediately! We offer cash and/or check payments (depending on what the law allows per your transaction; see Fl. Statue 538.18-538.28).

Step 5: Leave us a review on google, or send us an email with praise or constructive criticism. All comments are appreciated.



*Disclaimer: Pricing and quotes are subject to change. Please see notes below for clarification.

Here are some factors that influence pricing, and tips for your best results!

  • Time of Sale
    • Pricing is based on volatile commodity markets, and may change from the time you call to the time you deliver your goods.
    • Please call ahead to reconfirm prior to your arrival!
  • Alloy / Grade

    • Different alloys have different elements composing that alloy, often equating to different prices per alloy.
      • Some common aluminum alloys are; 1100, 2024, 3003, 3004, 5052, 6061, 6063, 7075. There are a lot!
      • Stainless steel may be 201, 304, 316, 410, etc... Test your stainless with a magnet, non magnetic grades (300 series) have higher values. 
      • Common grades of brass are; Yellow, Red, Rod, Auto Radiators, Shells, 70/30, etc... 
  • Attachments / Purity
    • Less impurities typically mean more value. Clean and strip your material for the highest prices.
      • Brass, i.e. faucets, may be all brass, or may be zinc die cast with a small portion of brass within.
      • Stainless steel sinks typically have steel liners and drains. Remove all steel for "clean" pricing.
      • Aluminum radiators with plastic ends are less valuable than those that have been stripped and cleaned of all non aluminum attachments.
  • Form
    • Different forms have different prices.
      • Aluminum may be in spun in turnings from machine shops, or in solid form like punchings / plate / extrusion / etc...
      • Lead may be soft sheeting, keels from ships, wheel weights, etc...
      • Insulated copper wire has a different price than bare copper wire, which has a different price than old copper tubing. 
  • Size
    • Larger items often have lower values. Materials that are ready to ship require less labor, and likely will pay higher prices. 
      • Prepared steel pricing requires material to be smaller than 4'x2'x2, and thicker than 1/4". 
      • 6061 extruded aluminum exceeding 4ft in length is considered unprepared / long, and has a lower price than if cut small.