Day 23: (June 14) There are all kinds of junk. After 33 years of accumulating so much , there comes a time to assess what’s dated and no longer cool to hang on to, and the things you’ve outgrown. We grow, we age, we change. Through the years and if we have the room , we tend to keep a historical trail of our taste in artwork, decor, and so much more. But hey, I’m moving and now I HAVE to choose. My entire home has been re-modeled in the past eight years, with the exception of an upstairs sitting room. The sleeper sofa in that room looks ugly to me now, and the hanging artwork is much too contemporary for my new decor. My children’s rooms have TVs that work, but they are as old as dinosaurs. Think it’s time purge and let it go. So, although they really shouldn’t be classified as junk, they might as well be to me. So what do you do with all this stuff?
You call JUNKLUGGERS! They are an amazing and reliable junk removal company based out of Port Chester, N.Y. (www.junkluggers.com) which picks up your junk, recycles and donates your undesirables. To be honest, I was very concerned about how they were going to negotiate this huge sofa out of that small room, and make a very challenging turn down a mahogany banister, and skirting by a large crystal chandelier hanging in my foyer!! I was quite impressed with their professionalism and their genuine respect for my home. They took great care in protecting my hanging wall-art, my ceilings, and padding of my banister. Most importantly, I was pleased with the organization of it all. They had to have a plan, and talk about it prior to the actually moving and lifting. There were pauses along the way so they could stop, rest, and re grip the couch. It was a successful team effort, and while they had each other’s back, I had my eyes closed!!!
When it was safely out my front door, I sighed with relief, and enjoyed the continuous exiting of multiple old TVs, area rug, old beach chairs, and other random items from my garage. They hauled my junk away, and knowing it was going to good places, I was a happy camper. In these regard, letting go wasn’t so hard. High recommendations for these guys, for sure. Thank you Asher and Kevin.