Most Common ChallengesThe biggest office furniture removal obstacle is dealing with things like corners and small hallways. It’s a real challenge to get larger furniture out of a small office or cubicle space and out of the building. Plus, there might also be landlord rules about moving. Some only allow moving after normal business hours and/or on the weekend.
If you need to move your business, the best place to start to plan how to pack and move is right here. I’ve had a lot of requests from individuals who have been given the task of moving their company office and while moving an office is a large undertaking that may require additional help in the form of other colleagues (creating a committee) or by hiring professional packers. —The SpruceThen, there’s the matter of actually transporting all that stuff from one location to the next. So, call in a junk hauling service to lighten the load. After all, the less there is to move, the better. And, you can easily dispose of old and/or unwanted items.
Venice Office Furniture DisposalOkay, now let’s get to the matter of old office furniture disposal and what options you have available. Here are a few suggestions for what you can do with old office furniture to get it off your hands:
- Sell it to a wholesaler. You can get some cash by selling the furniture to a wholesaler. They’ll probably auction it or sell it in bulk. But, you’ll get something in return. Plus, it takes the furniture off your hands.
- Donate it to a local charity. If selling it to another company is a viable option or you want to offload it quickly, you can donate it to a charity that’s nearby. You’ll get rid of it and fetch a tax write off.
- Sell it to another business. One option is to just sell it outright to another business. It could be a business that’s expanding or a startup company that needs it at a cheap price.
- Rent it with the space. Another option is to rent it out, along with the office space and do it for a deal. This way, you provide an incentive and set up another revenue stream.