Don’t let old furniture build up in your house. Get rid of it. Here are three ways to do it:

1. Donate the leftovers from a garage sale.

The best way to clear out old belongings that you don’t want anymore is with a garage sale. But there’s no guarantee that you’re going to get rid of the bulky furniture. Most of the time, casual buyers don’t have the car space to take it with them even if they’re interested. So if you have leftover couches, desks, and cabinets that can’t be collapsed, donate them.

Most shelters will have a truck pick up the furniture from your house. If not, hire a truck and drop it off at a local spot to complete your good deed for the year.

2. Store it until you find a home for it.

A lot of the time, you might be on the fence about getting rid of old furniture. Maybe you couldn’t get what you thought was a fair price for it at a garage sale. Maybe you received it from an older family member and you don’t even know if you should get rid of it. But if you have a new set of furniture and there’s no room for both in your home, put it in a storage unit. That gives you plenty of time to search for more buyers, consult your relatives, and think about the best next home for it.

3. Have it hauled away by a service.

But at the end of the day, sometimes old furniture just has to leave. If you want the furniture out of your house and out of sight, hire a furniture removal service to take care of it. They can pack it up, load it into a truck, and get rid of it for you. That means you don’t’ have to worry about lugging heavy furniture outside by yourself or figure out where it should go next.

Go to Kiwimove if you have furniture that you are moving your house.