Estate sales can get rid of a lot of unwanted items, but not all. If you have leftover estate sale items, you may not know what to do with them. Here’s how you can reduce the number of items left over to ensure a full estate cleanout.
Consider Donating Items to a Charity
If you find yourself with a number of unwanted items after an estate sale, consider donating them to charity. Donating items helps you to do good while not letting any property go to waste. Donation centers accept a variety of items, such as clothing, toys, and working appliances. Call ahead to find out what items you can drop off or if pick-up services are available to you.
Store Them Away
If you have items that you want to sell at a later stage, consider storing them away in secure storage facilities. You can hire a storage unit and keep items there until you have time to find a buyer or have a sale. Storage facilities can usually be rented out for months at a time, giving you enough time to decide what to do with your stored items.
Call a Cleanout Specialist
Unfortunately, even the most successful estate sale day can leave behind items you thought you get rid of immediately. If you were aiming for a complete and quick estate liquidation, the most efficient way to get rid of items is to hire a cleanout specialist. Cleanout specialists will pack, load, and haul items away regardless of the size or amount of items you have left. You won’t have to lift a finger or worry about transportation, saving you time and energy.
When you hire a professional cleanout company, like Jerry’s Antiques and Estates, we will ensure your estate is empty. We handle cleanouts across New Jersey and haul out your heavy and bulky items so you don’t have to.
Contact Jerry, your estate tag sales expert, for further information on home cleanouts and estate sales.