Most people find themselves needing a furniture removal company at some point. You may be moving and want to discard some furniture rather than move it with you. You may be getting new furniture and need to dispose of the old. Or you may be a property manager, and your tenants left furniture behind. Whatever the case, you want to be sure you choose a company that is reputable and will best suit your needs and the needs of the community.
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?
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.
Too often, old furniture ends up in a landfill. This is not the best nor only option, since most of these items can be recycled or reused.
Many times, when homeowners move they find that there are items they’ve decided not to keep or take with them. So, the question then is what to do with those otherwise valuable items?
Everybody likes to upgrade their furniture. But furniture removal and furniture disposal can be tough. So how do you get rid of old furniture?
Have you ever wanted to replace your old furniture but simply didn’t have the time or manpower to do it? Or have you recently bought new furniture, only to have the old pieces sit around the house and collect dust?