|When we resume, we will need furniture and
household items to furnish a small apartment. This includes:
- Furniture - beds,
dressers, tables, chairs, dining sets, lamps, etc.
- Appliances –
Washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers
- Small Appliances –
mixers, toaster ovens, blenders, food processors, etc.
- Entertainment –
Televisions, VCR’s, DVD Players, Game systems w/ games
- Dishes, glasses,
- Cooking Items /
- Bedding, Towels /
items (Strollers and car seats must conform to the current safety standards)
- Tables and chairs
- Pictures, household
items that help make a house a home
- Books (not sexually
explicit, reference or college text books)
Items may be brought to our facility
when we are open. We ask that any items that fit into a car be brought to us. Items that
require a truck will be scheduled, however we have limited internal
ability so we work with local movers and clean out services.
A pick-up fee of at least $50 or more will be charged depending
on size of the load. The $50 fee covers one pick up of up
to five pieces of furniture with each additional piece costing $5.
For limited use
items such as pianos, hospital beds, etc., we will pick up these
items only when a need is identified.
- Union County pickups
are typically on Wednesdays.
- If you
require pickup specifically in Bernards Township only, please
call (908) 766-9748.
We do NOT accept:
- Items beyond their useful life
(8-track tapes, old stereos, typewriters, etc.)
- Damaged, broken or excessively soiled
- Built-in appliances and construction
items such as old kitchen cabinets
- Books (sexually explicit,
encyclopedias, text books or professional reference books)
- Medical items (open containers or any
- Beauty items such as perfumes
- Food (Canned and dry goods that have
passed their expiration dates)
- Paints or other flammable items
- Cribs and car seats that do not meet
current safety standards
- Holiday items are accepted only within
4 months of the holiday
- Anything else that you would not have
in your home if you still needed the item