Furniture Removal Checklist

How to prepare for your furniture removal?

You’ve got furniture you no longer need because you’re…

Clearing up space?
Transitioning to long-term care?

No matter what your circumstance, Furniture Bank has you covered. Trying to find a new home for your furniture while juggling a million other things- all during a pandemic- is tough! And we hear you. We’ve decided to alleviate some of the pressure and have prepared this

Furniture Removal Checklist

1. inventory

Prepare your list of items: what exactly do you want us to pick up?

How to prepare for the furniture removal
Furniture Removal Checklist


Measure your large items, box your housewares and take pictures of items you aren’t sure about. Have a look at our list of what we accept and what we can’t accept:

3. Request a pickup

Fill out a request a pickup form on the website! Watch this short video for the instructions.

Furniture Removal tips

4. Quote & Payment

Once you receive your emailed quote and would like to move forward, give us a call to secure a date with a credit card- touchess and safe. We book about 2 weeks in advance.

4. confirmation

Once your pickup is booked, we will send your payment receipt and confirmation email. A few days prior to pickup, you’ll get your estimated time of arrival.

Furniture removal checklist and
How to prepare for the furniture pickup

5. relax

Day of pickup- sit back and relax, our teams will do all the heavy lifting for you.

48 hours after pickup, you will receive a tax receipt for your donation!

Any questions?

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