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3 Ways to manage furniture removal

Posted on June 2, 2016 in Tips

Thinking about downsizing? Daughter moved out and you are planning to turn her bedroom into an office? Or maybe you’ve starting a remodeling project and want to re-furnish your home. Whatever you’ve got waiting in the wings, you will need to mull over what to do with your unwanted furniture. But you know as well as anyone, furniture is not easy to get rid of—it is bulky, heavy, and it takes a lot of elbow grease to get it out of your home. Here are some smart furniture removal ideas that won’t break your back.

Donate Unwanted Furniture

Before you toss out your unused furniture, you might want to consider donating it. Many people are in need and would truly benefit from your old sofa, mattress, or dresser. There are a number of options out there, including The Salvation Army, local churches, and shelters. Donating your furniture will not only help you clear out the clutter responsibly, but also put on smile on your face for helping out the less fortunate.

Don’t have the time or the energy to haul your unused furniture to your charitable institution of choice? 604-TRASH- IT is a professional furniture removal company—ready and willing to do the heavy lifting for you. We will go to your home or business to pick up your unwanted furniture, ensuring your stuff gets to where it is needed most.

Sell or Trade Your Old Furniture Online

The internet is a great resource to sell or even trade your unused furniture. You can reach a much wider audience with virtually no effort. Online sites like Craigslist are a breeze to use. Simply create a profile, type in some details, and snap a few pictures to post on the website. Before you know it, you’ll have tons of interested people wanting to take your stuff off your hands. For whatever reason, if you aren’t getting any bites, you can always use our cost-effective furniture removal services.

Recycle Your Unused Furniture

As much as you might want to donate your old chair or kitchen table, some furniture may no longer be in good enough shape to be used. Remember, the words “donate” and “dump” are not the same. Your furniture should be clean and in good condition. If you wouldn’t want to use your old furniture, chances are, no one else would want to either. If that rickety, beat up table looks like it is on its last leg, you can also have it recycled. By having your unused furniture (or least pieces of it) recycled, you will help to keep waste out of the landfill. In need of recycling pick up? We will gladly remove your broken down furniture, doing everything we can to help reduce the burden on the environment.

If you need help getting rid of your unwanted furniture, give 604-TRASH- IT a call today.

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