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?
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.
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.
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?
When you getting rid of old furniture it becomes apparent that you can't just put it all on the curb. So how do you dispose of your old furniture?
We've all seen the random sofa abandoned on the side of a back road somewhere. Not only is it unsightly, but it is probably illegal in most places. Simply tossing your old furniture someplace hoping it will be taken away by someone else is not an option.
Got furniture? In 2016, there were about 126 million households in the United States. That means there are large amounts of old furniture being disposed of each year.
Whether it’s for your home, or your place of business, at some point you have to get new furniture. And replacing furniture means getting rid of the old stuff. But can you dispose of old furniture in an eco-friendly way?
Foreclosure cleanouts are a necessary part of a real estate professional's job. But getting a professional junk hauling firm is a great solution.
One of the issues that Realtors and real estate professionals have with foreclosed properties is the junk left by former homeowners. Unfortunately, many prior residents have little or no incentive to clean their foreclosed home when they vacate the property.
Have you ever hauled an old chair or sofa out and left it on a sidewalk corner, taped a "Free" sign to it, and hoped for the best? There's a better way to take care of furniture disposal!
Most folks have made the occasional trek to the local landfill, but sometimes you have really big junk to haul. When it comes to furniture and appliances, what do you do?