Thanks for the info. I'm going to try and find a convenient dump or landfill close by, if it's close to 15 dollars a load that isn't bad at all. I've researched some places that pick it up(not related to my normal service) and it was 100s of dollars.
Please note I'm talking about things that 100% must be thrown away. I've asked around online and people always tell me donate it or there, recycle this and that etc. I'm talking about things that have 0 hope of being used in any way.I'm located near Pineville, NC...I don't live close to any landfill as far as I know. I've googlemapped around and the closest thing I saw was about 30 miles away. I really do not want to drive that far to dump trash.Are there any companies that will come pick up just about everything I could possibly throw away? I'm just looking for a cheap and convenient solution. I also can't have a dumpster sitting in my yard or in the street, some people have suggested this to me but in my neighborhood that won't fly.
It's always a good idea to completely empty out the contents of a unit you buy. I have spoken with a few people who have purchased large units with nothing but trash in them. They chose to rent the unit, then let it go back into foreclosure. I don' recommend this but I'm just throwing it out there. If you don't empty out the storage unit completely, you might be barred from attending auctions at that facility. On the other hand, if you rented the unit, you technically became a tenant and it may not ever fall back on you.
I was just commenting on what I have seen, you guys can put the pitchforks away. I clearly stated "I don't recommend this but I'm just throwing it out there. If you don't empty out the storage unit completely, you might be barred from attending auctions at that facility."As far as the credit issue is concerned, I see your point.
The problem is that movieman never reads the posts good enough, so when he comments on them he is so far off from what was said. I do not recommend anyone to listen to him, he is just a blank shot in the dark. tragic person.