- We work with individual families, junk removal companies, personal organizers and real estate professionals.
- We pay cash for certain unwanted items that would otherwise be thrown away or donated.
- We come in BEFORE the main clean out team.
- We pay YOU cash.
- We take what we can use and lighten the load for the main clean out team.
- You get money in your pocket, the clean out team have less to get rid of and less goes to the landfill.
- We pay cash.
- We are flexible. We work on your time.
- We respect the home we are in and the things in the home. We are clean and orderly.
- We lighten the load for the final clean out team. Less stuff to haul away and potentially less you have to pay to remove.
- We give the recyclable items that fit our criteria a new lease on life.
- Reusable items stay out of landfills and incinerators.
Some examples of what we specialize in:
- Homes with older items. Full estate situations or long-established residences.
- Hoarder house situations with older items.
Did you know that:
- Old Clothing. 1990's and older. Specifically men's, but we do buy some old women's and children's clothing as well. Clothing is one of the first and most common items to get thrown out.
- Modern designer/high-end men's clothing and accessories. Nordstrom - Neiman Marcus level.
- Old Electronics. 1980's and older. Stereo equipment, cameras, HAM radios, vacuum tubes, professional studio gear, music related, etc.
- Old media. Records, tapes, books, etc.
- Musical Instruments. Guitars, drums, synthesizers, etc (no pianos).
Some examples of what we do not buy:
- Newer/modern home decor.
- Newer/modern furniture
- Newer/modern clothing (see exception above)
- Console stereos (large furniture types)
- Seasonal decor
- The U.S. alone generates an average of 25 billion pounds of textiles per year, which is close to 82 pounds per person,
- but only 15% of textile waste gets donated or recycled.
- While there are billions of pounds of recovered textile waste through donation and recycling, 85% of the remaining waste is still going into landfills.
- 95% of that waste could be reused or recycled.
- Clothing and textiles recycling has a major impact on reducing green house gases.
- Over 2 million tons of textiles are recycled annually in the U.S. That's the equivalent of removing 1million cars from American highways.