When preparing your home for sale, I may recommend to replace your old appliances with new ones to increase the selling value of your home. Or you may have just bought a home with old appliances and you replaced them, but what’s the best way to dispose of your old appliances?
Many cites offer quarterly electronic recycling events for smaller appliances. Look for announcements of these events in your monthly water bill.
Check with local charities to see what their policies are regarding used appliances donations. Charities that accept appliance donations will often offer free curbside pick-up service. You may also be able to write your donation off on your taxes.
Are your old appliances still running? Post them on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace to sell them. There is a growing market of shoppers looking for a bargain. Fielding offers from bargain shoppers can be a more time consuming option, but with a little effort, you could earn some extra cash!
You may decide you just want the appliances out of your home as soon as possible. When that happens, you can call services for responsible appliance removal. There will be a fee, so you might want to go through your house and find any additional items in need of being hauled away to make the call worth the time and money.
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