How to Dispose of Old Furniture in Sydney?

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How to Dispose of Old Furniture in Sydney?



In Australia, the lifespan of the furniture may reach from five to fifteen years depending on the material, quality, durability, and built. Most people buy a new one so that they can use it for a longer time. However, some consider the secondhand grade items since they need to align their expenses with their budget.

However, some people cannot sell their item due to damage and repairing it would just cost them much. Due to this scenario, they need to dispose of these items to save some space at home or their offices.

Are you worried about where to dump your old furniture? We have listed various alternatives for you to consider. Check the details below:

1. Donate or Leave it at the Curb

You can give your furniture for free especially when someone is looking for an old one. You may also leave it on the street until someone will be interested to pick it up.

Some websites are also offering donations in which you can list the item, the description, and wait for someone to get it from you. You might be wondering why some people are interested in old items. The reason is that they can still repair, recycle, or use the materials to construct a new item.

2. Conduct a Yard Sale

If you have furniture that is still usable, you can conduct a yard sale outdoor and place a signboard to attract customers. You can sell them half of the price or offer them at a very low price.

You may also conduct yard sale via social media so that it will be easier to market your used furniture. Make sure to post the image and full description of the item.

Apart from social media, you can also find websites that accept second hand or old items for sale. You can post the old item and product description there. You can get easily notified if someone is interested in the item. To know where to sell it, you can post the items here:

● eBay
● Sydney Used Furniture
● Facebook Marketplace
● Kaiyo
● The Street
● Salvos
● IKEA take back
● Carousell
● Vinnies
● Gumtree

These online shop apps can help you post the items in a worldwide market. Moreover, there is no need to shoulder the freight because you can pass on the delivery charge to the buyer.

3. Hire Junk Disposal Service

Rubbish removal companies can help you dispose of and manage your wastes properly. You only need to contact their hotline and ask them to assist you with the disposal.

According to the Away Today Rubbish Removal Sydney company, you can call junk removal companies and expect them to pick up the waste and old furniture on the same day. You need to pay a minimum fee for the disposal. Hence, you must gather as many disposables as you can so that every dollar is worth the service.

4. Go to a Scrap Dealer

Apart from a yard sale, you may also call a scrap dealer to assess your furniture in exchange for money. However, the income might be lower than a yard sale since the dealer will fix a price on it. This idea is a great alternative to clear out space in your home.

However, you need to visit the scrap yard or junk shop itself to dispose of your wastes. You will need a truck or a huge vehicle to transport the items for disposal.

5. Haul it to a Local Dump Site

If you are familiar with the local dumpsite area, you can bring old furniture by yourself. However, you need to make sure to call and inform the company first because some landfills are not accessible to the public.

In this way, you will know what items to dispose of following the landfill management policy. For this disposal method, you will need a truck or large vehicle to load the wastes and old items and transport them to the nearest local dumpsite.

6. Rent a Dumpster as Your Container

A dumpster is a huge container in which you can store all your wastes and old items in it. You can call a company that rents this storage and it will drop the container on your preferred location.

You can load as many wastes and old furniture in the dumpster. Once you are finished, you can call again the company and they will pick up the container.


7. Recycle and Build Something New

You may also recycle obsolete furniture or its parts to construct a new item. Let us say, if it is a wooden and cushion style sofa, you can cut the wood material and create a shoe rack or shelf from it.

You can watch various YouTube videos to learn how to recycle old items at your home. In this way, you do not need to dispose of the entire furniture, and you can still recycle some of its usable parts.

Have you planned how to remove your outdated items?

Even though some furniture is already old or obsolete, you can still use and recycle them. You just need to bring out your creativity and make an item as good as new. However, if you do not have the tools and devices to recycle, you can donate, sell, or dispose of them. You can refer to the list above on how to manage your wastes and items for disposal.










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