Why Furniture Removal is So DifficultSo you have a bunch of furniture, it may be vintage wood, upholstery, leather, or suede. What you’ll find is that if it’s worn, torn, stretched, stained, or otherwise not in tip-top condition, it won’t be welcome at charities, second-hand consignment shops, or even on the curb.
Unless it’s a small piece of furniture, slide it across the room. Most of us don’t know how to lift things properly and though we may end up with a beautiful room, we also end up with a bad back. If you do have to lift something, use your legs not your arms and shoulders and keep your back relatively straight. —Apartment TherapyOkay, so you’ve got to get rid of that furniture. But, that’s not a simple, straightforward task. After all, it’s big, bulky, old, and worst of all, used. Which means there’s no big time demand for it. So, you’ll have to go about it a smart way. Whatever you do, don’t fall into the temptation trap of dumping illegally. It’s too much of a risk and there’s really no upside to doing it at all.
3 Ways to Make Saranap Furniture Removal EasyDon’t worry, all is not lost! There are actually three ways to make furniture removal easy, you might just have to get a little creative to pull it off. Here are some ideas to try out:
- You sell it as a cheap bundle. One thing that keeps people from selling old furniture is trying to get as much money as they can when all they really want is to be rid of it. If you bundle it up and offer it for next to nothing, you might find a buyer. If you don’t, offer it all up for free.
- You donate it to a shelter. We’re not just talking people here, but also, rescue pets. Shelters need furnishings, no matter who they serve and you might well have something that’s really needed.
- You call a junk hauling service. If you can’t get rid of it any other way, this is your best option. You won’t have to lift a finger and it will be taken care of in no time.