Big basement cleanout in Uptown Manhattan building. The basement was filled with items past tenants would leave. This took about 3 trucks to complete and 7 luggers. We removed all sorts of junk such as wardrobes, chairs, doors, bins, old paintings and some many other miscellaneous items. Considering this was in a basement, the exit strategy of getting the items out and into our truck wasn't too bad.
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