How to Get Rid of Old Office Furniture

It never fails that every office move, renovation, or downsizing results in no longer-needed office furniture and equipment. We’re talking extra chairs, desks, couches, lobby furniture, and electronics. Yet, many business owners like to hang onto things for those “just in case” scenarios. So, if you have a pile of unused office furniture, here’s how to determine whether or not you’ll need it. Then, call ABC Junk Removal & Hauling to take it all away.

How to Get Rid of Old Office Furniture

Take Inventory

First, you’ll want to know how much old office furniture and equipment you have. It’s vital that you take inventory of your stuff before tossing it. Furthermore, a proper inventory list of what you have will help you understand the value of what you’re dealing with. From there, you can either determine what can go to the trash or what you might be able to liquidate.

Sell to Employees First

If your office is moving to a hybrid model, you might offer your employees some of that old office furniture first, especially those who work from home. Or there could be team members who simply want quality office furniture at home but can’t afford brand new. So, when you sell office furniture at a discount, it’s a win-win for everyone!

Consider Donating

If your business works with organizations in the area, you might consider donating some of that gently used office furniture. Because you did inventory and have the value of these items, you can easily keep track of the value of your donation for tax purposes later. At the end of the day, you’ll be blessing a non-profit with office furniture they may not have had on a small budget.

Finally, Get Rid of the Rest

Once you have your old office furniture and equipment narrowed down to the things you can trash, give ABC Junk Removal & Hauling a call. We haul away various things such as electronics, old couches, carpeting, and more. So, if you’re business is going through a downsizing, office move, or remodel in the Indianapolis, IN area, text or call (317) 430-7813.