Spring is officially here, the weather is warmer, the bees are buzzing, gardens are being planted, and most of us are starting our spring cleaning rituals. Whether you love it or hate it, this is the time of year you and your neighbors start landscaping, cleaning the gutters and windows, and packing up the winter belongings to bring in the summer favorites. This is also when you start to decipher if its time to get rid of that couch you love to hate, or if those winter clothes will really be in style next year or if you should just throw them out now. Oh, and what about that old metal fire pit that’s now rusted and in the way of the garden you’re about to plant? Should you re-purpose it or is it time to let it go?
Well it sounds like you have some decisions to make if you’re going to get your house ready by the end of Spring. Luckily there are several options in 2019 to help you get rid of your unwanted belongings. Some of them may even put some extra cash in your pocket! Keep reading to find out where you can send your belongings to have your home summer ready!
Clothes you don’t plan on wearing again? Check out these resources:
Furniture you no longer want?
Items not in good enough shape to sell or donate?
The Cabarrus County Construction and Demolition Landfill/Recycling Convenience Center
ADDRESS: 4441 Irish Potato Road, Concord
HOURS: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Household Hazardous Waste Facility/Recycling Convenience Center
ADDRESS: 246 General Services Drive SW, Concord,
HOURS: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
The HHW Facility on General Services Drive SW accepts the following materials:
Paper Cardboard Plastic bottles Aluminum cans Used motor oil and cooking oil
TVs and electronics Appliances and used batteries Other items
Cabarrus LCID Landfill
5001 Morehead Rd, Concord, NC 2802