Options for getting rid of these bulky items include:
Craigslist.com:The free online classified ad service is ideal for selling large furniture and appliances you don’t want to move yourself. I sold my refrigerator and electric stove through the site.
Habitat ReStore:These retail outlets generate funds for Habitat for Humanity. A friend at who volunteers at the ReStore near her home in Tennessee introduced me to this option. I was astonished at the array of things they sold, including appliances, chandeliers, desk lamps, building materials (like doors and stone), towel racks and more.
Freecycle:When stuff doesn’t sell or isn’t handy to donate, Freecycle is your friend. Post your item on the site — I always add the disclaimer that I won’t deliver it — and you’ll often find someone will gratefully adopt your item.
Author:Taryn Pinnaro Phone: 561-797-8927 Dated: July 16th 2019 Views: 31 About Taryn: ...
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