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East Richmond Heights Old Home Exercise Equipment Disposal Options

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Old home exercise equipment disposal is a tough thing to pull off. After all, it's old. And, it's used. Just those two facts alone are enough to make it nearly impossible to offload in the first place. Then, there's the size and awkwardness. Put all these elements together and it's very difficult to find a way to get rid of that stuff.

Why It’s so Hard to get Rid of Old Home Exercise Equipment

If you're reading this, you've no doubt run into a very stark reality. You might have even tried hauling it out to the curb only to discover the local trash collection agency won't touch it.

The staggering numbers [for old home exercise equipment] are huge. Imagine the stuff that’s already out there in the world. In garages and storage facilities and athletic sheds. In the bottoms of closets. In schoolyards and back yards and junkyards. In gutters and sewer drains. No sense it letting it all go to waste. Pull your smock over your head, pop on your wacky cap and get to repurposing. --Bleacher Report

What's more, if you leave it out near the street, you might get hit with a property code violation fine. That's certainly not something you want to happen but it could. So, you need to find a way to get rid of it for good.

East Richmond Heights Old Home Exercise Equipment Disposal Options

Yes, it is used. Yes, it is dirty. But, that doesn’t mean there’s no future use for it and it does not mean you’re stuck with having to go to the local waste site. After all,

  • Host a yard sale. One simple but not guaranteed way to get rid of old fitness equipment, sell it at a garage or yard sale. Through this medium, you’ll be selling it directly to locals in the area who then must arrange moving it on their own. Do not try to get top dollar, sell it cheap and be rid of it once and for all.
  • Donate it to a local charity. Another option, if that exercise equipment is in good, usable condition, is to donate it to a local charity. Or, even a school might take it off your hands.
  • Take it to a consignment shop. Retail consignment shops sell all kinds of different items. Some are dedicated to furniture, others clothing, and still more sports and fitness equipment. Try a local consignment retailer and see how that goes. If it doesn’t sell, go another route.
  • Give it away with the house you’re selling. If you're selling the house, just leave it behind. Of course, you'll need to let the buyer know in advance, but it's worth a try.

If you have old home exercise equipment to get rid of, just phone 800-737-5923 or visit Pro Junk Dispatch.

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