Pandemic Accumulation: Getting Rid of the Extra Items You No Longer Need

For most of us, online shopping became a staple during quarantine – and we’ll keep it real, we may have bought a few things from Amazon that we didn’t exactly need (let’s just blame it on those irresistible Prime Day deals). Whatever the reason for your purchases, we’re here to help you with what you no longer need.

A cluttered house filled with items you don’t use is bound to cause stress – so here’s our advice on getting rid of items you no longer need:

Decide What You Actually Need

First thing’s first, ask yourself if you actually need, use, or like whatever it is you’re considering getting rid of. This may be a good time to go through any impulse-order items and do some decluttering – you’d be surprised just how much stuff accumulated during quarantine – we certainly were!

Giveaway or Toss It?

A general rule of thumb is that if an item is still in good condition, you probably shouldn’t throw it away. Gently-used clothes, décor, furniture, and other items can be donated or sold in a yard sale, but anything broken or defective should be thrown away. 

Rent a Dumpster

Sometimes the clutter can get to be too much. If you’re clearing out the attic, garage, or closet and realize that you’ve got a lot of items that need to be tossed, don’t hesitate to give us a call. Our dumpster rentals offer up to 1 ton of space that will accommodate all your waste removal needs. Getting rid of items you no longer need can be a chore, but with a rental dumpster you’ll be saving yourself time, energy, and stress. The best part? We come pick it up for you. Just give us a call when you’re ready.

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