Estate Home Furniture Removal TipsIf you decide to do this on your own, one thing that might–or might not–surprise you, is just how difficult it will be to do. We’re not talking about the emotional part of it all, but the actual clean out and clean up. This brings us to the matter of all the things that are left behind. You might have a bit of luck in cleaning out the closets and donating clothing that’s in good condition to charity. You might also not have a problem finding a new home or donating things like electronics.
Up there in the category with death and taxes is this inevitability: At some point everyone will likely have to clear out a parent’s home. —The Denver PostWhat you’ll have likely have a problem with doing is the furniture removal. Firstly, you can’t just put old furniture on the curb because the local waste collection agency won’t pick it up. You might figure you can sell it, but, no one will be enthusiastic about purchasing furniture arising from such a situation. Which means, you’re largely stuck — well, that’s not entirely true. It’s possible to host an estate sale. But, you should learn about this process and how to do it right in order to reach or at least come close to your goal. It’s not all that easy and takes a lot of time and effort to pull off.