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Do you have trash, old furniture, clothing, or other items taking up valuable storage space and cluttering up your property? Adirondack Junkluggers can help. We provide stress-free junk removal services to homeowners and businesses in Saratoga County and areas nearby. Plus, we donate, recycle, and ethically dispose of as much as we can – this gives your once treasured items a new life, helps our community, and keeps landfills waste-free.
From bulky stoves to boxes of trash, we lug it all. Book a free junk removal estimate to learn more. We proudly serve Saratoga County, NY and areas nearby.
With companies trying to sell you more with the promise of a better life, it is easy to clutter up your home or business. That is why Adirondack Junkluggers makes things easier by taking unwanted items away. We even do all the work for you, so you can focus on what matters.
You can even have greater peace of mind knowing that we donate, recycle, and ethically dispose of as much as possible. Plus, we provide tax-deductible receipts for anything we are able to donate on your behalf!
Book a free junk removal estimate to learn more. We proudly serve Saratoga County and areas nearby.
Ready to create a more inviting, spacious home or business with Adirondack Junkluggers? We offer free junk removal estimates for basement cleanouts, mattress recycling, piano removal, appliance disposal, and more.
For fast and affordable junk removal in Saratoga County, leave it up to the professionals at Adirondack Junkluggers. Book a free, no-obligation estimate today!
When Beth saw The Adirondack Junkluggers online, she reached out to us right away. Beth wanted a refrigerator, dishwasher, and hot water heater disposed of. The luggers were dispatched to her Rexford home and hauled the items from her basement.
It's always a good idea to leave the heavy lifting to us.
Linda was selling her home and looked us up online. Linda called The Junkluggers for the removal of a sofa bed, dressers, cabinets, bookcases, chairs, Christmas trees, dishes, pots, and pans, general kitchen items, and ottomans. As an eco-friendly company, we donate, repurpose, or responsibly recycle unwanted items.
One of Darlene's neighbors is a Junkluggers employee and Darlene frequently sees our big green trucks go by. So, when she needed to have a couch removed from her living room, she gave us a call.
Jeff saw a flyer in the mail for The Adirondack Junkluggers and gave us a call when he was decluttering his Waterford home. The luggers picked up two cabinets, a patio screen door, apartment size refrigerator, a tent, a kiddie pool, and many smaller items.
Jordana is a contact at one of our national accounts and scheduled The Adirondack Junkluggers to remove some items for a client of theirs that is moving. The luggers picked up clothing cabinets, rugs, a sofa, and a chair to be donated or disposed of.
Jane was given a referral to The Adirondack Junkluggers and went to our website to book an appointment. Jane had us remove many items from her basement including, a small water tank, a disconnected hot water heater, firewood that got damp, an exercise stepper, lamp, a dehumidifier, an old door, a shop vac, mirrors, wooden kitchen chair, and a small metal cabinet.
Dominic was getting ready to move and had to clean out the garage of everything from tires and rims to a piano and all sorts of other things. After looking online Dominic contacted us here at The Adirondack Junkluggers and we had it done the next day.
Nick scheduled his appointment on The Adirondack Junkluggers website after seeing them on a flyer. Nick cleaned out the basement and had us fill the truck with a chandelier, a trampoline, mattresses, bed frames, headboards, a countertop, random pieces of lumber, and flooring, and much more.
Laurie Ann found The Junkluggers online while searching for junk removal because she wanted to clean out the clutter from her condo. There was a broken treadmill to be disposed of as well as many other small electronics and appliances. We removed them all.
Once Linn saw The Adirondack Junkluggers ad in a local magazine it was clear that we were the company to call. Linn had us haul away wood hutches, mattresses, boxes, a Christmas tree, and other household items to be donated or disposed of.
Kamal spotted The Adirondack Junkluggers while browsing the internet. We sent the luggers to his Gansevoort home to clean out around his pool and backyard deck and to remove a treadmill from the basement along with TVs, a mattress, and box springs.
Dave saw an ad in Clipper magazine for The Junkluggers and contacted our appointment center. We happily scheduled a convenient appointment for Dave and went to remove several pieces of furniture from throughout his home in Clifton Park.
Heather is a returning customer of The Adirondack Junkluggers and asked us back to her home in Saratoga Springs to remove a very large wardrobe.
Linda stumbled upon The Adirondack Junkluggers while browsing the internet and went to our website to schedule a visit to her Ballston Spa home. We carried off ottomans, mattresses, and several other small odds and ends.
Melissa saw an ad for The Junkluggers and had us remove a coffee table, bookshelf, bins of toys, chairs, a working dryer, and other misc. items from her garage in Clifton Park. We are a different kind of junk removal company and strive to donate or repurpose first.
Don caught sight of The Adirondack Junkluggers on social media and called us to meet him at a storage unit to remove furniture, books, and other household goods.
Kiere went searching the web for a reliable company to haul away some outdoor lawn equipment, children's toys, electronics, old books, and other household items from his shed and basement in Saratoga Springs. That's when he found The Junkluggers and we were happy to get it all done.
Paula found us online and called for The Junkluggers to remove two stuffed chairs and other small housewares.
Patrick moved into a new place and called The Adirondack Junkluggers when there were several items left behind to be disposed of. We cleared out old metal cabinets, masonry blocks, and lumber. There was even a brick fire pit in the backyard that we dismantled and removed at Patrick's request.
Rodney had some old furniture he wanted to dispose of and reached out to The Adirondack Junkluggers to get it done.
Once Carol saw The Adirondack Junkluggers flyer in the mail she contacted us right away. Carol was cleaning out her father's home and had the luggers haul away a sleeper sofa, two chairs, several dressers, a desk, twin mattresses, box springs, stereo speakers, and a kitchen table & chairs.
Karen called us after seeing our Junkluggers ad on her local TV programming. Karen had items to be removed from the front entrance of her home and we were happy to assist. We hauled away an old refrigerator, two flat screen TVs, an old front door, and a sliding glass French door.
Debra saw The Adirondack Junkluggers commercial on TV and gave us a shout. We picked up several pieces of furniture, computer tables, an old refrigerator, tv, and computer items. We are an eco-friendly solution to junk disposal.
Judith sought out a solution to removing many unwanted items when she was preparing to move and was downsizing. That's when she came across The Adirondack Junkluggers online and we hauled it all away.
Mary touched base with our Junkluggers appointment center to see if it was too small of a job to send out the luggers to dispose of a television set. We lug it all no matter how big or small.
Linda saw The Adirondack Junkluggers on a local TV ad and spoke to our appointment center to arrange for an estimate. We sent the crew to her home in Corinth and after providing her an estimate, we carried away a BBQ Grill, three windows, a disconnected hot water heater, floor mats, and a small but heavy safe.
Sue went online looking for reliable professionals to remove items after a recent move. That's when she saw The Junkluggers and reached out. We filled the truck with a NordicTrack, a large wooden lectern, workbench, table saw, gardening tools, some kitchenware, and plenty more.
Douglas called The Adirondack Junkluggers after coming across our website and booking his appointment. When we arrived at his home we quickly loaded up the truck with a three piece entertainment center and swept it away.
David saw The Junkluggers in a local business magazine and called to schedule an appointment. David was moving and had boxes of books, household items, furniture, appliances, and an upright piano that he no longer wanted.
We donate, repurpose, or responsibly recycle unwanted items.
Ray needed help getting rid of a large projection screen TV from his basement and contacted us here at The Adirondack Junkluggers to get it done right. Our team is careful, efficient and leaves no mess behind.
When Maggie saw one of our Junkluggers trucks she reached out to us. When it comes to cleaning out the attic, we are experts and will make as many trips up and down so you don't have to. Maggie had us remove old decorations, luggage, blankets, household goods and other miscellaneous items.
Lynn was referred by a previous customer of The Adirondack Junkluggers and called us to have our luggers come to her Waterford home and dispose of furniture, mattresses, appliances, and boxes of newspaper.
Maureen contacted The Adirondack Junkluggers as a result of an online search. Maureen was cleaning out her sister's place and left the lugging to us. We cleared out all kinds of furniture and odds & ends.
After doing some searching online Nicole contacted The Adirondack Junkluggers for assistance with downsizing in her Clifton Park home. We cleared out a desk, bookcase, queen mattress and box spring, recliner, a flat screen TV, and other electronic waste.
Elizabeth happened to see one of our Junkluggers trucks and called for an appointment. Elizabeth had plenty of junk to be disposed of and we removed it all from the yard, basement, and behind the shed too.
Mark Googled furniture removal and saw The Adirondack Junkluggers as an option for clearing space for his new furniture that was coming soon. We sent the team to carry off a sofa and loveseat to make room for Mark.
Andrew saw a Junkluggers TV commercial and needed his basement cleaned out, so we sent the crew to his home and carried out boxes of books, contractor bags of clothing, old suitcases, two dressers, and TV stands.
Heather was referred to The Adirondack Junkluggers from another customer of ours and arranged for us to remove a sleeper sofa, full size bed with box spring, countertop, various junk, boxes of books, and construction rubbish from her basement.
Jeanne saw us on social media and went to The Junkluggers website to check us out. Jeanne called us to her home to pick up a futon, chair, and a large stuffed animal. We are an eco-friendly solution to junk disposal.
Winifred had The Adirondack Junkluggers to her Saratoga Springs home for some junk removal. We removed a large air conditioner and a large area rug. We are always happy to haul away clutter.
Joni reached out to The Adirondack Junkluggers after seeing them in a local magazine. Joni had the crew meet her at a storage unit to remove an upright piano, a corner curio with glass shelves, and a steamer.
Wendy called upon The Adirondack Junkluggers when she needed a large 4-piece sectional sofa with sleeper removed from her Clifton Park home.
Debie wanted to have a 32-inch TV removed from her basement and after seeing one of our trucks reached out to The Adirondack Junkluggers to get it done.
Alexandra was moving and decluttering at the same time. So, Alexandra called The Junkluggers to help out and remove a futon with mattress and several other misc. items.
Todd got in touch with The Adirondack Junkluggers to schedule a visit to his home because he had various household items to be discarded. Todd sent us pictures to get an estimate and then gave the green light for the removal.
David contacted The Adirondack Junkluggers when he was getting ready to move and had many items to be taken away. There was plenty of junk to be disposed of and several things to be donated. We got it all taken care of.
Tim was cleaning out his garage and touched base with us after he saw our Junkluggers online. We hauled away a a huge pile of junk and furniture from his home in Ballston Spa.
John saw The Junkluggers on a flyer he received by mail and gave us a call. We sent the crew to his Waterford home to remove a refrigerator and a disconnected hot water heater.
Judi reached out to The Adirondack Junkluggers after she spotted them on the web. Judi was getting new furniture and needed help relocating items in her home to make room for it and also had a sectional sofa, matching ottomans, a large outdoor grill, a TV, and a table saw to be removed.
Paul went right to our Junkluggers website to schedule his appointment and we sent the crew to his Ballston Spa home to haul off a leather sofa, chair, and two dressers.
Danielle reached out to The Adirondack Junkluggers when she received a flyer in the mail. Danielle had a large pile of junk to be removed from her garage and we got it done quickly and easily.
Kara went to The Adirondack Junkluggers website to schedule a visit when she saw one of our trucks. The team picked up a wheelbarrow, a table saw, and assorted smaller pieces of junk for removal.
Heather was given a referral to The Adirondack Junkluggers and went to our website for an appointment. Heather had our crew haul away many items from the basement and garage.
Once Maura came across The Adirondack Junkluggers online, she spoke to our appointment center to set up a convenient time for us to come and remove a bed frame, bookcase, baby changing table, and mattress from the loft and a trundle bed in the basement of her home.
Patrick called us here at The Junkluggers because he saw our tv commercial and asked that we come to remove an unused metal garbage container and some filing cabinets from his home.
Matthew was referred to The Adirondack Junkluggers and went right to our website. Once he scheduled his appointment, we sent our team to haul away a China cabinet, some pictures, misc. boxes, sheetrock, plywood, and other odds and ends.
Joanne spotted a Junkluggers truck and reached out to us. There was much clutter and junk to be removed from a recent garage cleanup. We lugged away a stand-alone fireplace, an old bench, several tire rims, an empty gas tank from a race car, and several old dried-up paint cans.
Rachel was referred to The Adirondack Junkluggers and gave us a shout when she was in need of cleaning out a two-bedroom apartment in Clifton Park. The crew arrived and promptly got to work loading all kinds of items into the truck.
Sheryl was moving and had many things that she was not planning on taking with her. But Sheryl saw a Junkluggers commercial and knew her problem was solved. The luggers arrived on site and got to work filling the truck with an upright freezer, a large glass top dining table & 6 chairs, a dining hutch, some desks, area rugs, and many metal shelf units.
David received a coupon book in the mail and saw one for The Adirondack Junkluggers, so he reached out for an appointment. David had many household items and boxes to be eliminated from his home and we got it done the very next day.
Patty called The Adirondack Junkluggers to come to her home in Gansevoort to dispose of four chairs, some stools, windows, and a chest of drawers.
When Patrick saw The Adirondack Junkluggers online, he went straight to our website and booked an appointment for the removal of a large 55" inch television from the garage. Our luggers made it easy and quick to clear the space for Patrick.
Gilbert called The Junkluggers after seeing our TV commercial. Gilbert had several televisions and an old Lazy Boy recliner to be disposed of. We were there the next day and cleared it all away.
Olivia spotted our Junkluggers commercial and called for us to dispose of a couch, and bureau when she was getting ready to move. Let us help remove your unwanted items. We donate, repurpose, or responsibly recycle unwanted items.
Mary decided to book an appointment on our Junkluggers website after she spotted us on social media. Mary had the team remove two unwanted chairs and a coffee table.
Wanda gave The Adirondack Junkluggers a buzz when she saw our ad in the mail. Wanda was doing some downsizing and had many things to be hauled out of her basement. We removed a large entertainment center, TVs, a cabinet, jigsaw, a table saw, an exercise bench, tools, and other household items.
Jane heard about The Adirondack Junkluggers through social media and had the luggers come to her home in Clifton Park to remove some televisions, interior doors, and rugs.
Sandy spotted The Adirondack Junkluggers on a flyer she received in the mail and called for the removal of a wooden cabinet, a sewing machine, a box of video game cartridges, and some other small items.
Christine discovered The Adirondack Junkluggers while surfing the web and called to set up an outside pick up from her driveway. The crew removed two dressers and a headboard and were quickly on their way.
Jo looked online and called The Adirondack Junkluggers to remove chandeliers, end tables, twin mattress & boxspring, a toilet, cabinet, a recliner, and other household items from her home in Clifton Park.
Valerie saw our Junkluggers truck and went to our website for an appointment. The luggers went to her Clifton Park home to pick up an upright piano, recliner, a few small mini-fridges, some old electronics, and one broken TV.
Barbara saw a tv commercial for The Adirondack Junkluggers and had a trailer full of personal items such as dishes, glassware, a dresser, a saddle, a leaf blower, wall hangings, and paintings.
We are eco-friendly and donate, repurpose, or responsibly recycle unwanted items.
Rubens is a returning customer of The Adirondack Junkluggers and had us back to his Saratoga Springs home to pick up a toilet, several kitchen cabinets, and a kitchen sink after a little remodeling.
Mike was cleaning his basement and garage trying to create some space. That's when Mike decided to call The Adirondack Junkluggers. He had been given a referral and had the crew out to his home to remove some boxes of household goods and some large items as well. We even loaded the truck with a train set table.
We received a call here at The Adirondack Junkluggers from Tina who works for a national client of ours. Tina needed to schedule the removal of a couch, some baby items, a patio table, and six chairs.
Pat found out about The Junkluggers through social media and since she was going to be cleaning out her basement arranged for an estimate. Once we were on-site and provided the cost, Pat had the team haul away a bookcase, dining chairs, salon chairs, small side tables, a mattress, an exercise bike, and more. Now her basement is free of clutter.
Janice went to The Adirondack Junkluggers website for an appointment and we happily hauled away a large leather sectional sofa and a coffee table.
Bill saw The Adirondack Junkluggers at a local event and arranged for a time for our luggers to meet him at his mother's apartment that she was moving from. Bill had us remove a bedroom set, couch, some living room chairs, a small dining table with chairs, a hutch, a curio cabinet, kitchenware, and some other items.
Henry found the solution to getting rid of an old heavy 35" inch TV when he was getting a new one by looking online and calling The Adirondack Junkluggers.
Elisa was on social media when she saw The Adirondack Junkluggers and went to check out our website. She had us remove an old television set from her basement.
Barbara was on social media and noticed The Adirondack Junkluggers and went to the website to book an appointment so that we could remove an overstuffed recliner and a television set.
Sean scoped us out on the internet and had The Adirondack Junkluggers out to haul away a sectional sofa from his Gansevoort home.
Tim discovered The Adirondack Junkluggers when he was online and called for us to dispose of a king and queen mattress from his home as well as a heater.
When Frank saw our ad, he went directly to The Junkluggers website to arrange for a visit to his home in Gansevoort to get rid of a full-size mattress, an entertainment center, small chair, end table, crib, and a shop vac.
Maura saw The Junkluggers on Facebook and called for help removing her old mattress before her new one arrived. We are always there when you needs us.
Janice called The Adirondack Junkluggers to her home to remove a desk and chairs. We are an eco-friendly solution to junk disposal, and we donate or repurpose whenever possible.
Susan had The Adirondack Junkluggers to her home in Clifton Park before her upcoming move to have the crew take away a bed frame, mattress, box spring, chair, bookcases, and an entertainment unit. Now Susan has that much less to move.
Tameka was moving and had a few items that were unwanted and being left at the curb for The Adirondack Junkluggers to pick up, after Tameka gave us a call and scheduled us to come by.
Steve saw a TV commercial for The Adirondack Junkluggers and arranged for us to come to his Gansevoort home because he had items for donation and disposal. The crew picked up a sleeper sofa, chair, televisions, a microwave, subwoofer & speakers, VCR, a small hutch, and a queen mattress with box spring and frame.
Kimberly found The Adirondack Junkluggers through an internet search and called us for the removal of a loveseat, sleeper sofa, and a coffee table.
Carla was moving and saw a flyer for The Junkluggers, so she gave us a call. Carla had many things she was not taking with her and had our team haul away a 10 ft ladder, shoe racks, stools, planters, 6 office chairs, 2 fax machines, a workout bench, weights, boxes of records and CDs, patio chairs, lounge chairs, a box of books, folding trays, and other misc. items.