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Residential Clean-Outs: Once we are called to address a household waste removal issue, we pay close attention to all specifics. If you ask for our services, you’ll discover just how detailed we are with the sort of household removal disposal across the length and breadth of the Fishtown Region that we undertake. We will in no way disregard your one-of-a-kind Christmas tree cleanout obligation.

Pre-MoveOut Cleanouts: Whenever you’re giving back your rented place, there’s a junk removal you would like to have performed, and we have the capacity to attend to it for you!

Residential Renovation Clean-Outs: We are your one-stop for every renovation junk removal!

Emergency Disaster Clean-Up and Storm Clean-Up: When an accident has happened, what should concern you is to remove all junk left behind and move on. Call us.

Residential Junk Removal Services and Commercial Junk Removal Services: We’re all set to handle every domestic and office issue you prefer specialists to address.

Attic and Basement Cleanouts: Attic and basement cleanouts are considered our niche around Fishtown, PA.

Crawl Space Cleanouts: As far as we are concerned crawl spaces should always be kept unpolluted and clear from junk – and this is the thinking we act upon any time you provide us with the opportunity to deal with it.

Garage Cleanouts: We’ve continued servicing property owners throughout Fishtown to restore their garages to their initial condition – for vehicles, not for trash.

Shed Removal: We do shed cleanout projects of any kind and in any place.

Storage Unit Cleanouts: Return the keys to your storage unit once you get the best waste removal that will make you have a good standing.

Estate Cleanouts: We provide thorough estate trash haulage services across the length and breadth of Fishtown.

Fire Damage Cleanup: Fire destruction may be agonizing, but a cleanout will certainly help you to proceed and forget about it.

Flooded Basement Debris Removal: Floods are pretty chaotic for your basement, but we are the best in restoring order following chaos.

Electronic Waste Disposal: Whether it is damaged phones, computers, or any electronic waste, we guarantee that any damaged electronic products are sent to electronic waste recycling facilities. That’s the mission of our bio-degradable junk removal service.

Appliance Recycling & Pick-Up: Whether it is your water heater, electric or gas burner, or even your washing machine? It is insignificant – our gadget removal experts can get any damaged hardware taken out of your property.

Bicycle Removal: That broken bike needs to be recycled, not dumped at a junkyard. Call us provided you consent.

Construction Debris Removal: Construction rubble at a construction site is a general occurrence in the universe, but it still needs the most competent garbage disposal solution similar to ours to ensure that your construction project can progress.

Light Demolition Services: You will likely discover a couple of scenarios in which our mild bulldozing remedies can profit you.

Mattress Disposal & Recycling and Carpet Removal & Disposal: You can expect a thorough and unique carpet and mattress disposal service within Fishtown.

Furniture Removal & Pick-Up: Our furniture collection and disposal interventions can be used for apartments, shops, and organizations.

Hot Tub & Spa Removal Service: Bid goodbye to your damaged hot tubs and spa machines

Refrigerator Recycling & Disposal: We pick up and take outdated freezers and refrigerators to the most appropriate reprocessing plants.

Scrap Metal Recycling & Pick Up: As far as we are concerned, scrap metals must be collected, grouped based on metal types, and dispatched for reprocessing. Whenever you bring us into the picture, that’s the kind of service that will transpire.

TV Recycling & Disposal: Ecologically concerned television collection services comparable to ours always make sure that outdated TVs get hauled for recycling.

Used Tire Disposal & Recycling: Are you aware that used tires can be recycled, and the rubber they contain can be used again? If you’d prefer your old tires to be handled with that method, reach out to us, and we will ensure that.

Yard Waste Removal: Whenever yard trash is a challenge, our firm offers the solution.

Trash Pick-up, Rubbish, Garbage & Waste Removal: We have the capacity to keep virtually any trash from your abode. Period.

Glass Removal: No cuts, no hazards, zero chances. Just a complete and risk-free glass collection remedy within Fishtown.

Exercise Equipment Removal: We are always ready to dispose of outdated gym appliances with our garbage pick-up and removal intervention around Fishtown.

Pool Table Removal and Piano Removal: Would you like to have this kind of clutter disposed of around Fishtown? Leave it to our garbage disposal team!

BBQ & Old Grill Pick Up: You can expect the type of junk removal Fishtown residents and workplaces rely on if they need to discard damaged items from their gardens.

Trampoline, Playset, & Above Ground Pool Removal: We’re one of the couple of junk removal companies in Fishtown that also handles this sort of massive and weighty rubbish.

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Fishtown is a neighborhood in the River Wards section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Located northeast of Center City Philadelphia, its borders are somewhat disputed today due to many factors, but are roughly defined by the triangle created by the Delaware River, Frankford Avenue, and York Street. Some newer residents expand the area to Lehigh Avenue, while some older residents shrink the area to Norris Street. It is served by the Market–Frankford Line rapid transit subway/elevated line of the SEPTA system. Fishtown is a largely working class Irish Catholic neighborhood, but it has recently seen a large influx of young urban professionals and gentrification.

The name Fishtown derives from one of the original occupation of its residents. Early settlers were fishermen and over time they controlled the fishing rights to both sides of the Delaware River from Cape May to the falls at Trenton, NJ. The apocryphal local legend traces the name of Fishtown to Charles Dickens, who purportedly visited the neighborhood in March 1842, but records show this to be false, as it was named Fishtown prior to his visit, at least as early as 1808 as evidenced in a newspaper article in The Tickler an early 19th Century Philadelphia newspaper.

The area was originally inhabited by members of the Turtle Clan of the Lenape Indian tribe (whom the Europeans named the Delaware Indian Tribe). The first European settlers were a group of six Swedish farming families, later replaced by British landed gentry, then British shipbuilders and German fishermen. Fishtown was originally a small section of the town of Old Kensington, close to the Delaware River and just a few blocks long, roughly from Palmer Street north to Gunnar’s Run, from the Delaware River to Moyer Street. The original town of Kensington was only 191.5 acres of land and originally called the Fairman Estate. Today’s Penn Treaty Park sits where the Fairman Mansion once stood (actually Fairman Mansion sat in the middle of Beach Street, curb to curb, right north of Columbia Avenue).

Kensington was founded by Captain Anthony Palmer, an Englishman by way of Barbados. Using proceeds from the sale of the Hope Farm estate (present day Port Richmond), which included three slaves named Abraham, Hannibal, and Phillis, Palmer purchased the Fairman Estate in 1729 and laid out his town and sold parcels to the local fishermen and shipbuilders. Anthony Palmer eventually became active in the provincial council and became acting Governor of Pennsylvania in 1747–1748. Palmer died in 1749 and was buried in Christ Church Cemetery in Philadelphia. (The Kensington Burial Grounds in Fishtown, also known as Palmer Cemetery, was founded around 1732 and is still an active burial ground, situated on land deeded to the community by the Palmer Family after Anthony Palmer’s death. It is believed that the cemetery was in use from about the time Palmer started to lay out the town of Kensington, but the actual date of the first burial is unknown.)

Within a few generations there was another influx of German immigrants, then still later in the late 19th century Polish and Irish Catholic immigrants. The community has two Roman Catholic Churches, St. Laurentius, built by the Polish immigrants, and the Holy Name of Jesus, built predominantly by Irish immigrants. Holy Name continues to serve as the parish church, however St. Laurentius has been closed and is now to be turned into apartments.

The neighborhood has been working class for centuries; poverty grew after jobs left during the deindustrialization era, which afflicted many “rust belt” cities, Fishtown’s workers continued to maintain a stable working-class community. Most long-time residents trace their ancestry to Irish, German, and Polish Catholic immigrants. In an analysis of 2013 data, Fishtown was the third most segregated white neighborhood in Philadelphia (after Girard Estates and Bridesburg), with 96% white residents.

Since 2005 Fishtown has experienced moderate gentrification characterized by significant rises in housing prices and the opening of upscale art, entertainment, and dining establishments. An influx of artists and professionals has joined the ranks of police officers, fire fighters, nurses, carpenters, electricians, stonemasons, plumbers, sheet-metal workers, and teamsters. The neighborhood was chosen by the state of Pennsylvania to be the site of the Rivers Casino Philadelphia gaming complex on Delaware Avenue near Frankford Avenue. This choice deeply divided the neighborhood, causing conflict between those who believe it will bring jobs and economic development and those who believe it will lead to increased crime, addiction, and other social problems which negatively impact quality of life. A Community Benefits Agreement was reached between SugarHouse Casino (now Rivers Casino) and the membership of Fishtown Action and the New Kensington CDC, which will provide money for community projects that would not otherwise be available to the residents.

The George Chandler School, Green Tree Tavern, and Penn Treaty Junior High School are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Listed in the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places, the following buildings are protected by the City of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Historical Commission:

The School District of Philadelphia operates public schools. Alexander Adaire School is the elementary school of the community.Penn Treaty School (formerly Penn Treaty Middle School), grades 6–12, is in Fishtown. Residents were previously zoned to Kensington High School.

St. Laurentius School is located in Fishtown.

In the book Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960–2010 (2012), Charles Murray names an imagined entity of white working class decay for Fishtown, inspired by Fishtown, Philadelphia.

The comic book Fishtown (2007-8), by Kevin Colden, portrays a murder that occurred in Fishtown, based on the 2003 Murder of Jason Sweeney.

The neighborhood was partially filmed in and is a focal point in several episodes of the 2020 AMC television series Dispatches from Elsewhere, created by and starring Jason Segel.

Season 5 of Netflix’s reboot series Queer Eye was shot in Philadelphia. Fishtown was the primary recording location for episode 1 “Preaching Out Loud”.

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