Nach den Gutachten, wird es klar, dass unsere Arbeit wird immer schnell und qulitativ gemacht
Es ist auch möglich auch die Aufräumung so organisieren, dass unsere Fachleute fast jeden Tag kämen
Außer der Aufräumung, bringen wir fast alles in Ordnung. Das Bedeutet, dass wir auch Kleidung usw. zusammenordnen.
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