No matter what you do, as long as you live in a home, sooner or later you need to get rid of some of your possessions, be they table scraps, toys, or furniture. Trying to figure out the best way to get rid of furniture can be frustrating. You don’t want to litter (like those people who think they can simply dump furniture in unused fields or next to vacant homes, but which is actually an irresponsible action), and you don’t want to add to our country’s trash problems. So what do you do? Don’t worry; ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning and Restoration is here to help you with your problem. Whether you want to learn about proper trash removal or hoarder house cleanup, you can call us at (610) 524-8003.
List the Furniture on Craigslist or a Local Facebook Group
One of the easiest ways to get rid of furniture is to list it online, including a photo and details about the piece. Craigslist and Facebook are good social mediums to use, but also use common sense and be careful about the exchange. If possible, and if the furniture isn’t too large to transport by yourself, meet in a public place or next to a police station. Keep in mind that it might take weeks or months for the furniture to sell, and be prepared for a barrage of emails or phone calls from interested buyers.
Donate to a Charity
Is a local charity looking for furniture to give to others in the community? Is your local high school or community theater group looking for furniture that they can use in its productions? Ask around and see what you can find out. Realize that, while you may be able to take tax deductions based on your donations, if you aren’t able to do so, you may not get any money or rewards at all for your good deed.
Hire a Hoarder House Cleanup Company
Make it easy on yourself: Call a company that specializes in biohazard cleanup and junk removal. Then, professional staff will come and get rid of everything for you—no muss, no fuss.
Contact ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning and Restoration of Frazer, PA, to use our professional services or find out more about hoarder house cleanup. We can be reached on our website, or by phone at (610) 524-8003.