What To Do With Old Area Rugs
While many waste management companies do pick up area rugs as part of bulk pickup programs, you should not throw away area rugs because they end up in a landfill, adding to waste and leaching toxic substances. Try to sell it: If your old area rug is still in good condition, Craigslist.org and Facebook Marketplace are great places to start. Just take pictures, give the proper dimensions, and be honest about any imperfections on it. Find a new room for it: Your area rug might not be great for your living room anymore, but maybe your spare bedroom or basement could use an update. Some people even put it on their garage floor to make the space more accommodating for hanging out. Donate it: Many nonprofits will accept area rugs in relatively good condition. Sometimes they will pick up your donation for free. Your rug goes to good use and you get it out of your home easily! Win-win. Recycle it: Nearly all components of rugs can be recycled and turned into new products. Check for a multi-purpose recycling facility in your area. Sometimes, there is a fee for dropping it off. Call 24hr Junk: The Junk Team knows just what to do with your old area rug. If it’s still in good shape, we’ll find the right place to donate it, and if it’s not suitable for a second life, we’ll bring it to a recycling facility. We do all the work for you. All you have to do is call us! You can expect transparent pricing and on-time, respectful service. Call us at (604)330-6915 to schedule a pickup.