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Furniture Disposal & RecyclingCan Your Old Furniture Be Recycled ?
Getting rid of your old unwanted furniture could be a task, we are finding so many people in the UK, are now looking to recycle as much as they can, when looking to get rid of old no longer needed furniture, which can be at short notice if you have a new bit of furniture repacing a old one.
Charities are often a great place to start as they will collect and accept many small objects, like pictures to old wardrobes, for the larger charity shops out here, but if you are downsizing or just moving out and you need to have your old property emptied to make way for the new buyers, then you may have to plan in advance, as 9 out of 10 times you may find that the local and national caharaties will only collect around 20% of you household goods.
The issues we are seeing more, is that the caharaties will rely more on smaller items, and hardly will ever accept mattreses, beds, sofas with out fire labels, very heavy objects, furniture of low value due to condition, ikea furniture, emptying cuboards, and any other low value goods.
The easy way to get a furnriture disposal is to contact a company who picks up any old furniture at short notice, with out the hassle of cherry picking, when you need a propert part or fully cleared www.chuckit.co.uk/furniture-disposal-london clear the lot with out ever having to leave you in a positoion where you can not meet a dead line to make space for a new furniture arrival or to make space or even clear a full property be it a house clearance or a flat or office that needs clearing for a sale or end of tenancy.
When you now buy a new sofa or bed a lot of the retailers now will offer a collection of your old one at a cost, but the delivery men will at the time of arriving with your new goods, clear your old ones as a exchange service, which you will always book in advance, when ordering any new goods.
So next time you need a small or large furniture item recycled look up your local and national charity shops that may come to you and remove your furniture and if you check your sofas for a fire label and it has one and is in great recycling condition then a charity should be happy to accept your old furniture.
Author: Stuart Ratler