Eric Myers and his crew clear out a jam-packed 300-year-old attic. The third floor of this classic colonial is stuffed with ironic toys, strange saddles and true pieces of American history. Will private letters from Jackie Kennedy and extremely rare model trains mean big bucks for Junk Junk Baby?
A wicked storm won't stop the Junk Junk Baby team from tackling this antique-filled attic. Eric hopes the first issue of Sports Illustrated and a vintage baseball board game will knock this job out of the park. And centuries-old encyclopedias will mean big bucks, if they can find the whole set.
A big attic means a big mess, but an even bigger opportunity to make money. This attic has 95 years worth of antiques and collectibles for the Junk Junk Baby crew to dig through. But old toys and ugly sweaters aren't enough to break even, so the crew banks on an antique wagon to wheel in the profits.
The Junk Junk Baby team makes a house call to help two sisters surprise their mother with an attic makeover. This double-sized attic once belonged to a doctor and Eric hopes decades of forgotten antiques and medical gear will tip the scales into the black.
This small attic is loaded with forgotten knickknacks and long-lost heirlooms. The homeowner hasn't tried to clean the space in more than 20 years and she's fed up. She's called in Junk Junk Baby to bring her third floor back to life. Eric and the crew bank on kerosene lamps to light up some profits or an antique icebox to bring in cold hard cash.
This 200-year-old barn has been packed to the brim with forgotten antiques for as long as anyone can remember. Now Eric has unleashed his crew to clear it out and bring this barn's attic back to life. After withstanding two centuries of New England elements, it takes just two hours for Dennis 'The Bull' to do some damage.