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Remove monstrosity

I have a radiator in the kitchen which is 64" x 38". I need it gone asap. I assume it weighs around 800-900 lbs., maybe more. I was trying to separate the cores and scrap it--that is not working at all--but I need my new flooring down and my kitchen back. Any smart way to get it out with limited resources? It is in excellent condition and quite ornate.


  • JStarJStar Member Posts: 2,668

    Where are you located? I would take it out for you, and donate it to a job.
    - Joe Starosielec
    [email protected]
  • EarthkingEarthking Member Posts: 3

    I live in Waynesfield, Ohio
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