Woman's Overstuffed Garage Mistaken for Storage Unit, 'Storage Wars' Crew Shows Up to Bid on Her Hoard

A local woman was left in shock when she came home to find a crew from the popular TV show “Storage Wars” outside her home, ready to bid on her cluttered three-car garage.

According to the woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, her garage had become filled with decades worth of accumulated clutter, including old furniture, boxes of knick-knacks, and even a broken-down car. But she never thought it would be mistaken for a storage facility.

“I always knew I had too much stuff in my garage, but I never thought it would be confused for storage units,” the woman said.

The crew from “Storage Wars,” who were tipped off by a neighbor, were disappointed to find that the garage was not the storage facility they had been led to believe it was.

“We were really excited to find a new storage unit, but this lady’s garage was just filled with a bunch of junk,” said Dave Hester, one of the show’s cast members. “It’s a shame because it could have been a great find for us.”

The woman, who was embarrassed by the incident, has since decided to clear out her garage and has contacted Gorilla Junk Services to help her declutter and organize her space.

“I never realized how much my cluttered garage was affecting my daily life and the perception of my neighborhood,” the woman said. “I’m glad I reached out to Gorilla Junk Services to help me get my garage back in shape.”

Gorilla Junk Services, which specializes in decluttering and organizing homes and garages, says it’s always happy to help homeowners get their spaces back in order.

“We understand that clutter can accumulate over time and it’s important to address it before it becomes a bigger problem,” said a representative from Gorilla Junk Services. “We’re here to help anyone who needs it.”