Household Liquidation Specialist
Q41: What areas do you provide service to?
A41: Areas we service in and around WNY: Akron, Alden, Amherst, Angola, Arcade, Aurora, Barker, Blasdell, Boston, Brant, Buffalo, Cambria, Cheektowaga, Clarence, Clarence Center, Colden, Collins, Concord, Depew, East Aurora, Eden, Eggertsville, Elma, Evans, Farnham, Gasport, Grand Island, Gowanda, Hamburg, Harris Hill, Hartland, Holland, Kenmore, Lake Erie Beach, Lancaster, Lewiston, Lockport, Marilla, Middleport, Newfane, Newstead, Niagara, North Boston, North Collins, Olcott, Orchard Park, Pendleton, Porter, Ransomville, Rapids, Royalton, Sanborn, Sardinia, Sloan, Somerset, South Lockport, Springville, Tonawanda, Town Line, Wales, Wanakah, West Seneca, Wheatfield, Williamsville, Wilson, Youngstown.
Q42: Does Andrew`s Estate Service Make & Donate Theme Baskets?
A42: Yes. Andrew`s Estate Service is always thinking of new and creative ways to repurpose your treasures. We are now making theme baskets and trays for needy organizations. Look at these Andrew`s Estate Service Theme Baskets & Trays.
Q43: What do I do with photographs no one wants?
A43: Reduce what you have to a manageable amount! If you have an album(s) choose 2 or 3 pictures from each that are important to you and ask your family to digitize them. Either toss the others out or have them shred.
Q44: I am overwhelmed and have become a procrastinator. Where do I start?
A44: Start today! Choose a box, a drawer, a closet, anything small, but start today! START SMALL AND GIVE US A CALL
Q45: My wife/husband passed away. What do I do with her/his stuff?
A45: Ask children and/or immediate family members to take what they want and then call us to do the rest! Please do not throw anything out until you call us to have an evaluation consultation!
Q46: Is my wife`s costume jewelry worth anything?
A46: Yes and No! First, we need to determine if there is any platinum, gold or silver mixed in what you may think is just costume or common jewelry. Please do not sell anything until you call us to have an evaluation consultation!
Q47: What do I do with my husband`s tools?
A47: We baby boomers have/had parents who are/were, what I call, the last of the Popular Mechanics and Popular Science generation. Our parents and grandparents were the tinkerers who could make a bird house or a spice rack out of scraps of wood. Most of the tools that they used may be outdated and not very useful to today`s Throw Away generation! However, they may be collectible to some of us who are riding the tail end of their generation. An evaluation consultation will determine what may collectible, useful and just plain scrap.
Q48: Are there Items that are not sellable?
A48: Yes. Here is a list of just some of the Items that are NOT sellable in the current marketplace: Appliances that do NOT work, Analog TV Sets, Bowling Balls, Broken Items, Cloth Furniture that is ripped or stained, Clothes, Encyclopedia Sets, Entertainment Centers, Golf Clubs, Luggage, Magazines, Organs, Pianos, Pillows, Pool Tables, Trophies, Silk Flowers, Soiled Mattresses, Sofa Cushions, Water Beds, Worn Out Items.
Q49: Are there Items that are possibly sellable?
A49: Yes. Here is a list of just some of the Items that are POSSIBLY sellable in the current marketplace: Appliances that DO work, Cloth Furniture that is extremely clean, Clothes (Antique & Vintage Clothing may be sellable), Golf Clubs (Antique & Vintage Golf Clubs may be sellable), Magazines (Antique & Vintage Magazines may be sellable), Pianos (Antique & Vintage Grand Pianos may be sellable).
Q50: Are there Items that are definitely sellable?
A50: We are having great success with Coin Collections, Costume Jewelry, Stamp Collections, Vintage Toys, WWI, WWII German, Japanese & USA Militaria, etc.