Sometimes, when it comes time to move, you don’t know what to do with the unused furniture stored in the attic. One is overwhelmed with tasks. One of these tasks is to manage used and unused furniture.Below are different ways to manage your excess furniture.
Entrust the management of your unused furniture to removal professionals
When moving into a small flat, you sometimes find yourself with too much furniture. Don’t worry about this. Some removal services have a storage facility for your unused furniture. You can rent it for the time it takes to get rid of the furniture. Others even have a management service for unused furniture. All you have to do is call on them and then follow up with them on the management of your unused furniture (sale, donation…).
Bequeath to your loved ones what is important to you or the furniture that will be useful to them
When you have so much furniture that you have to store it, it becomes necessary to get rid of some of it, especially that which you consider unnecessary. What better way than to leave them to your loved ones. One of the advantages of this gesture is the amplification of your links and the gratitude of the recipient towards you. Indeed, this furniture could help your friends or family members who want to become independent in every sense of the word. Having free furniture will help them in their furnishing. They will be very happy.
However, if most of the furniture looks old, it will be difficult for your relatives to accommodate it in their flat. If this is the case, it may be best to sell your furniture.
Opting for a sale of valuable furniture
In order to make space in your home, you should opt to sell your furniture. Fortunately, this can be done on the Internet or even by auction, depending on your choice or that of your removal service.
· The case of the Internet
As far as the Internet is concerned, all you have to do is post one or more photos of your items with the sale price. Indeed, we are not in a case of auction where the objective is to raise the price of the items, but rather in a case where you will have to be rational. That is to say, set a price according to the value, the condition of the furniture and its age.
· Case of an auction
Auctions, on the other hand, are an option for valuable furniture that you own. Many curators are willing to bid for furniture with historical value. If you have it, but don’t feel it’s useful, you can put it on the auction block.
Make a donation on the Internet or to charities
If you’ve given away your furniture to family and friends or even sold what you can and still have a ton of unused furniture, consider donating on the internet or to charities.
When you run out of options for your furniture, consider making a donation on the Internet. With billions of users, all you have to do is post your items on donation sites and then wait for a potential recipient. As for charities, there is a whole range of them that can collect your unused furniture. These include Emmaus, Red Cross and many others.
Get rid of damaged furniture
When you find that you are faced with broken or worn out furniture and that it is in an irrecoverable state, the only option left is to take it to your nearest waste disposal centre. You can also call on professionals who will do the work for you.