Things to Do with Commercial AppliancesWhen you’re remodeling or doing build-out of a commercial space, you’ll generate a lot of waste and debris. Because of this, you’ve got to choose between a property clean out service and a dumpster rental. Understand the former is more efficient and generally less expensive. This is because renting a dumpster means having to pick the right size. If you pick one that’s too small, you’ll need to rent it again. If you pick one that’s too large, you’ll pay for wasted space.
…the numbers aren’t in the favor of small-business owners, the U.S. Small Business Administration reported that an estimated 552,600 new companies opened for business in 2009, while 660,900 businesses closed up shop. Things look even worse if you’re in the food service sector where the National Restaurant Association says 30 percent of new restaurants fail in the first year, with another 30 percent failing within the next two years. —Entrepreneur.comThis, not to mention the facts it’s you who must still do all the work and there are several prohibited items. Try to sneak these past the dumpster rental service will probably cost you time, effort, and money. Regardless, you still need to deal with those commercial appliances. Now isn’t the time to do anything rash just to get rid of them or to panic to rush through the process. Here are a few helpful suggestions about things to do with commercial appliances:
- Sell it directly. Call around to other local like businesses and see if any one of them need commercial appliances. Another idea is to place an ad online and elsewhere to sell it to a new business needing equipment to get started. This is great option because the buyer will have to pick it up.
- Auction it all off. There are different wholesalers and auction services which will take working commercial appliances. These are generally auctioned and sold at a discounted price, but it will still accomplish your ultimate goal.
- List it with a consigner. Another way to get rid of commercial appliances is to list them with a consignment dealer. Here again, it will be sold at a cheaper price but it allows you to rid yourself of the commercial appliances while still returning a little money back to you.
- Bundle it and sell it at a discount. If you have the time, you can bundle it all as a commercial appliance package and sell it for an inexpensive price. Stipulate the buyer will have to pick it up or have it shipped so you don’t have to deal with that part of the deal.