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Disposal of furnitures

This is a discussion on Disposal of furnitures within the Home Design and Decoration Tips forum, part of the Home Planning Forum category; I have a 3 door wardrobe -2 pcs about 6 ft height and 2 super single heavy metal cot which ...

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    Female Attendant
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    Question Disposal of furnitures

    I have a 3 door wardrobe -2 pcs about 6 ft height and 2 super single heavy metal cot which I need to dispose off to accomadate my upcoming new furnitures .. The condition of the wardrobe is not so good after 4 yrs of use so can't sell or call the karanguni .. I live in HDB flat one floor lower than lift level .. Can someone tell me are there anyone who do the disposal for me with a reasonable cost?
    Have any of you done it before ? My hubby works long hours so I can't expect him now to do it for me..
    I heard town council ppl help to dispose these items with nominal charges but do they remove such a big bulky item also? Any inputs welcome ...

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    Re: Disposal of furnitures

    I think town council can help to move furniture from the common corridor (disposal) only, but not the actual dismantling from your unit?

    You cAn try looking online or in the classified for furniture removal services.

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