Furniture-Value

The reason for this is unfortunately the charities themselves have become their own worse enemy, over the last few years in every town or city there have been a surge of charity shops opening up on the high street, all selling the same type of items and all within a few hundred yards of each other, this competition has resulted in a price war driving the value of good quality second hand furniture through the floor and resulting in the lower value item's becoming worthless, in the end most good quality second hand furniture now has a relatively low value so unlike in the past charities nowadays will only take the better quality items leaving you with the rest to clear at your expense, also some of our previous customers have told us that they have spent a lot of time and effort going through the emotionally upsetting process of  sorting through a loved one's possessions selecting, packing and taking items to a charity only to be told that they can’t or won’t take them, so please bear in mind that what you might estimate as having a resale value might not be viewed the same way by us or a charity, we "had" over 20 years experience of buying and selling secondhand furniture, antiques and collectible items before the competition from charity shops resulted in us moving from the second hand and Antique business into waste management so we know what they will and will not take.


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