Top Furniture Removal MistakesA very big mistake that people make with furniture removal is not thinking past the door. In other words, if you are getting rid of it entirely, there’s nothing to stop you from disassembling what pieces you can, when you can. For instance, a large, bulky armoire is much more difficult to maneuver in-tact than when it’s broken down into smaller components.
A tall dresser, filing cabinet or shelving unit is awkward to handle. Make it a two-person job. Tip the item backward at an angle and have one person carry the top while the other carries the bottom. This centers the weight and keeps the item from swinging out of control. Transporting the item up or down stairs is easier too, since the carrying angle will roughly match the slope of the stairs. —SourceFor large, heavy items that don’t easy deconstruct, using lifting straps and trying standing these on-end to shimmy out the door without having to put too much strain on your body. It’s a good idea to always empty-out dressers, chest of drawers, nightstands, and other types of storage pieces.
Sebring Furniture Disposal Tips You can UseDon’t worry, all is not lost! There are actually three ways to make old furniture removal easy, you might just have to get a little creative to pull it off. Here are some ideas to try out:
- Sell it as a cheap bundle. One thing that keeps people from selling old furniture is trying to get as much money as they can when all they really want is to be rid of it. If you bundle it up and offer it for next to nothing, you might find a buyer. If you don’t, offer it all up for free.
- Donate it to a shelter. We’re not just talking about people here, but also, rescue pets. Shelters need furnishings, no matter who they serve and you might well have something that’s really needed.
- Call a junk hauling service. If you can’t get rid of it any other way, this is your best option. You won’t have to lift a finger and it will be taken care of in no time.
- Consider repurposing what you can. Don’t immediately resign every piece to the trash heap. Instead, think about other uses in another area of the house. This way, you cut down on the project and introduce more function with little to no cost.