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Old 09-23-2016, 11:21 AM
 
Location: Western NC
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Can someone recommend a company that will clean out a house in the Holiday, Florida area?
My sister needs to clean out her late Father in Laws house. There is a lot of junk but probably also some furniture that could possibly be donated.
In my area of Asheville, NC I normally send my sellers to a local Hospice that auctions their furniture then splits the proceeds. Is there anything like that in the Holiday area? (I think New Port Richie is the nearest large town)
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Old 09-28-2016, 12:19 PM
 
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Can someone recommend a company that will clean out a house in the Holiday, Florida area?
My sister needs to clean out her late Father in Laws house. There is a lot of junk but probably also some furniture that could possibly be donated.
In my area of Asheville, NC I normally send my sellers to a local Hospice that auctions their furniture then splits the proceeds. Is there anything like that in the Holiday area? (I think New Port Richie is the nearest large town)
I know of these folks as they took a bunch of stuff when my FIL passed. I'm not sure if they do "clean outs" but if not they probably know people who do.

Suncoast Hospice - Resale Shoppes

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Old 09-30-2016, 12:32 PM
 
Location: Tampa Bay Area
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I recently moved from unincorporated New Port Richey and had to pay to get rid of my old furniture. The charities all want clean, perfect furniture or they refuse it. I had 2 lazy boys that were stained, no rips, but cleanable, refused. They won't take mattresses. Amvets took a antique mahogany dining table and 2 of the 8 chairs. They refused the other 4 matching chairs because the seats needed to be recovered.

I found leaving the usable stuff curbside got rid of it without having to pay.

There's a lot of low income people in Holiday, so I imagine curbside stuff would go fast.

I've seen maid services that advertise Move Out cleaning, maybe hire a cleaning service.
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