• 0xandr

Get rid of a couch

Does anyone know free furniture pick up services? I have an older couch that I want to get rid of. Its nothing fancy and one might say it has seen better times, but it still looks fine and i had no problem sleeping on it occasionally.
Thiscantbesoy!

Maid service upon moving into new apartment

Hello folks!

Has anyone ever used a maid service when moving into an empty apartment? Specifically looking for one that will get into the nitty gritties: Inside cupboards and drawers, inside the fridge, cabinets, shelves, wipe the walls, you name it, just really prepare the place for a new move-in.

Does anyone have a favorite?

We're in the Everett area, if it makes a difference.

Thanks for any and all reccs!
ballerina

need help finding an apartment.

I've been scouring the internet and checking craiglist every day for over a month now to try to find an apartment that might fit our needs, but I'm not finding much. I wanted to post here and just see if by chance anyone knows of a place that might work?

myself and my friend are looking for a 2 bedroom apartment (2 bath is preferable but we can do 1 bath) with all or mostly hardwood floors on the east side. She works in Redmond, so we want to stay in the Kirkland/Bellevue/Redmond/Issaquah area to shorten her commute.

- we need an apartment with as much hardwood/non-carpeted floors as possible because I have a cat with IBD, which causes him to vomit sometimes and I don't want to be stuck in a situation where I am cleaning cat puke out of a carpet and also lose my deposit or cause a headache for the apartment owners.

- amenities don't matter too much, but a in unit washer and dryer would be fantastic.

- aside from my cat I have one small dog, he's about 8 lbs. so we need a pet friendly place.

- our budget is $1,500 - $1,600 (including w/s/g preferably)

thank you anyone who might know of something!
ballerina

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anybody know a good house cleaning service in the area? I have a small apartment and I'm hoping I can find a place that will do a one time cleaning and not cost me $100+ :(
Sliding Panda

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I have some things I'd like to donate that I don't think would be accepted at a thrift store, so I guess I'm looking for a women's shelter or some other place that would appreciate them. They're UNOPENED and UNEXPIRED medical and health supplies, like alcohol prep pads, melatonin pills, gauze pads, soap and tampons. I'm in north Seattle, near Shoreline. Any suggestions?