If you think it’s time to replace your sofa with a new and comfier style, it’s important to know how to dispose of the old one properly.
There are options available when it comes to sofa removal, such as having it collected or disposed of. For this blog, Staffordshire Skip Hire will talk you through each option in greater detail.
How to dispose of your sofa
While it may seem tricky to know where to start with disposing of your sofa, there are a number of options available, depending on how quickly or cheaply you want to be rid of it.
Donating – If you are feeling generous, you could always give it to charity, providing it is still in usable condition. Many charities also offer to collect donated sofas for free too.
Selling – Another option is selling your old sofa, either online or in the local newspaper. Before throwing it away, consider that someone else might be after a new place to relax after working all day.
Disposal – If your old sofa is not fit enough to be donated or sold, then disposing of it is the next best solution.
You could consider a man and van waste clearance service, who will take your sofa away and effectively takes its disposal out of your hands.
The Local Tip – A cheaper alternative to getting rid of your old sofa is taking it to the local tip. Most will accept old sofas, but we would always recommend you check they are a licensed facility first.
Once you have decided on the right choice for removing your old sofa, it is time to sit back and relax on your new one.