If you’re decluttering, you know furniture removal can be one of the most challenging parts. You’ve chosen to get rid of that old sofa, but now what do you do with it? Don’t worry - you might not have to move it all on your own. In fact, several national charitable organizations accept furniture donations, and may even handle the furniture pick up for you.
If you have to get rid of old furniture, it's not a matter of just "throwing it in the trunk." Most folks don't own a truck and furniture can be too big for a car. What to do?
There comes a time in every sofa’s life when it must be replaced with a newer, prettier model. When it’s time to make this call, though, where are you supposed to turn, and how much can you expect to pay?
People across the country are getting in trouble for letting junk pile up on their property and failing to order old furniture pick-up.
When you first sat on that perfectly ordinary sofa, you may not have dreamed that it would change your life. It may have been your first time in someone's house or apartment. As you laughed and swapped stories, you realized that you felt different. This person was different. On that sofa, the two of you began to fall in love.
Everyone with a home - whether a house or an apartment - has to get rid of old furniture at some point. This could be because of an upgrade to newer, better pieces or a result of downsizing. Whatever the reason, getting those old pieces out of the house presents some challenges.
Sometimes you find yourself having to remove or relocate furniture. While it may seem simple, moving furniture can be a much more than simply hauling a chair or sofa.