Locating a scrap metal yard that accepts #1 HMS is easy with the iScrap App while also getting the current #1 HMS Scrap Prices. HMS that does not contain galvanized and blackened steel and usually come in set lengths smaller then 60″x24″ and over 1/4″ thick is considered to be #1. If your HMS has blackened steel it would fall into #2 HMS and would have a lower price.
Who Gets HMS And Where Do They Sell It?
Many contractors and construction workers will come across #1 HMS often at work sites. Prices for #1 heavy melting steel depend on the size and scrap metal yard you bring it to. To get the best #1 HMS pricing, use the iScrap App to contact local scrap metal yards. If you recently finished a construction project or remodel, and have a lot of scrap HMS, the app can also help you schedule a pick up with your local scrap metal yard.
So Much Material…You Need It Picked Up?
Check with your yard if they give special pricing for large loads of #1 Heavy Melting Steel. If you are doing a large demolition job in a new area you can use the iScrap App to find a yard near you that will buy your 4 foot long prepared material. See more Scrapping Videos here.