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Residential Clean-Outs: The moment we are engaged for a household junk removal situation, we are mindful of all particularities. The moment we are involved, you’ll see just how thorough we are in handling the kind of residence cleanout around the Lawndale Neighborhood that we undertake. We won’t even forget about your one-of-a-kind Christmas tree disposal needs.

Pre-MoveOut Cleanouts: In case you’re returning your rented place, there’s a waste removal you would like to have done, and we will attend to it on your behalf!

Residential Renovation Clean-Outs: We offer the services when you need them!

Emergency Disaster Clean-Up and Storm Clean-Up: When a tragedy has occurred, what should bother you is to clean out your place and carry on. We are here for you.

Residential Junk Removal Services and Commercial Junk Removal Services: We’re all set to address every domestic and commercial job you need professionals to handle.

Attic and Basement Cleanouts: Attic and basement cleanouts are considered our niche in Lawndale, PA.

Crawl Space Cleanouts: We think that crawl spaces need to be kept unpolluted and rid of garbage – and this is an idea we respond to the moment you grant us the opportunity to attend to it.

Garage Cleanouts: We’ve continued supporting people within Lawndale to get back their garages to their useful state – for vehicles, not for stuff.

Shed Removal: We do shed removal jobs of all types and in any situation.

Storage Unit Cleanouts: Give back the keys to your storehouse when we are done with a good junk removal that will make you look good.

Estate Cleanouts: We offer detailed estate trash haulage services around Lawndale.

Fire Damage Cleanup: Fire destruction may be agonizing, but a cleanup will unfailingly support you to carry on and let it go.

Flooded Basement Debris Removal: Floods tend to be very strong for your basement, still, we are the best in restoring order after confusion.

Electronic Waste Disposal: Be it computer or phone hardware, we guarantee that any broken electronic products are sent to e-waste reprocessing installations. That’s the mission of our bio-degradable garbage disposal service.

Appliance Recycling & Pick-Up: Maybe you are looking to get rid of your old appliances. It is inconsequential – our hardware pick-up specialists can have any outdated items disposed of from your home or office complex.

Bicycle Removal: That damaged bike ought to be reprocessed, not thrown away at a dumpster. Speak to us in case you concur.

Construction Debris Removal: Construction dirt at a construction site is a general occurrence throughout the universe, however, it still calls for the best trash removal service similar to ours to ensure that your construction project can continue.

Light Demolition Services: You may come across a couple of conditions whereby our slight decimation solutions can assist you.

Mattress Disposal & Recycling and Carpet Removal & Disposal: We can guarantee a clean and unique carpet and mattress removal service around Lawndale.

Furniture Removal & Pick-Up: Our furniture removal solutions can be applied to families, shops, and organizations.

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

Refrigerator Recycling & Disposal: We collect and take unused freezers and refrigerators to the best reprocessing companies.

Scrap Metal Recycling & Pick Up: If you ask us, defective metals need to be picked up, arranged according to metal kinds, and dispatched for recycling. If you ask for our services, that’s the sort of service that will happen.

TV Recycling & Disposal: Environmentally conscious television collection solutions comparable to ours always offer you a guarantee that defective TVs are dispatched for recycling.

Used Tire Disposal & Recycling: Are you aware that damaged tires are recyclable, with the rubber converted for other uses? If it turns out that you’d prefer your worn-out tires to be handled like that, call us, and we will make certain of that.

Yard Waste Removal: Any time yard trash is a problem, our service has the right remedy.

Trash Pick-up, Rubbish, Garbage & Waste Removal: We are able to see out any type of rubbish out of your home. Nothing more.

Glass Removal: No cuts, zero risks, zero chances. Just a complete and non-hazardous glass collection remedy around Lawndale.

Exercise Equipment Removal: We are always ready to dispose of defective gym devices with our trash hauling and disposal solution across the length and breadth of Lawndale.

Pool Table Removal and Piano Removal: Do you want to have this kind of clutter disposed of across the length and breadth of Lawndale? Let our trash disposal professionals!

BBQ & Old Grill Pick Up: You can expect the kind of waste removal Lawndale residents and establishments depend on if they have to remove old items from their gardens.

Trampoline, Playset, & Above Ground Pool Removal: We remain one of the not too many garbage disposal firms across the length and breadth of Lawndale that also handles this kind of massive and weighty clutter.

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Lawndale is a neighborhood in Northeast Philadelphia. It is located near Rising Sun and Oxford avenues and is south of Cottman Avenue.

Despite the city’s notation on the link below, Lawndale originally was named back in the 1880s – The name can be found on City Maps and Reading Railroad Maps dating back to the late 19th Century. Prior to that, the community was referred to as Marburg, with its central “business area” around the Kensington & Oxford Turnpike/Second Street Pike (Rising Sun Ave) and Benner, Colgate, and Comly streets. Included in this “industrial” area were the Marburg Bottling Company and a slaughter house, among other businesses. Its more residential end was near the current intersection of Rising Sun Avenue and Levick Street. Levick Street is home to many of the oldest nonfarming homes in the community, many of which were built out of wood. The oldest building still standing in the original community is what is now the Campbell’s Funeral Home, which was at one time Paul Mahle’s General store in addition to being a farm house. Several older stone homes surround this property and were all part of the Hellerman farm complex. The Hellerman Farms (multiple) owned the most property in this area when it was part of Oxford Township prior to the turn of the 20th century. Much of it was bought up by the Wentz Family of Olney after the 1854 consolidation act. Other land owners included the Fords, the Drakes, the Wolfs, the Brous, the Passmores, the Fesmiers, the Gillhams, the Atwoods, the Unruhs, the Woodfalls, and the Pierce Families.

The name Lawndale can be traced on paper back to when the Philadelphia, Newtown & New York Railroad built its line through the area. One of the first stations listed north of Olney was Lawndale. It was opened in the 1890s and later closed, only to be reopened in the early teens of the new century to accommodate the growing community. The railroad was taken over by the Philadelphia & Reading by then and a small room was leased from a gentleman who lived at the bottom of Robbins Street, whose home faced the railroad. This temporary arrangement lasted for well over 30 years, until the owner died and the railroad was forced to build a small shelter. The Lawndale Station has seen many reincarnations over the years and is still in daily use by SEPTA with the stopping of 45 scheduled passenger trains a day and over 350 round trip fares a day. The physical location of the Lawndale Station property is actually in Montgomery County/Cheltenham Township, while nearby Cheltenham Station (which primarily serves the North end of Lawndale in addition to some residents from Cheltenham, PA. and seeing an additional 400 round trip fares a day) is actually located in Philadelphia County.

Lawndale is home to many diverse residential buildings. There are blocks of rows, mixed in with singles, twins and even large estate type homes. Most of the community was built in three stages: pre-1920s, 1920–1930 and 1950–1960. Fewer than 40 homes have been built since the 1970s. This mix of housing has kept the area as one of the more desirable places to live in Philadelphia, and is often a secret to many. People are always surprised at the diversity of the housing stock.

The community is home to many Protestant churches, no less than 12 actually, with the oldest being the Trinity Oxford Church which traces its beginnings in the community back to 1698, when the area was part of Oxford Township. Church records confirm the issue of when the community was named; they record the Lawndale name as far back as the late 19th century.

The area is served by two Catholic parishes and one Catholic School: St. William’s Parish at Rising Sun and Devereaux Ave. and Presentation BVM Parish at Martins Mill/Old Soldiers Road and Hasbrook Ave in nearby Cheltenham Township with a combined Catholic Population of about 9,000 people, or 3,000 families. Only Presentation BVM School Remains, as St. William School was closed in 2012 due to low enrollment. There was a public school also located within, Lawndale Elementary, but this school was closed some time in the 1980s and sold to the Cedar Grove Church (Rising Sun and Tabor) which has operated it successfully as the Cedar Grove Christian Academy. The former Lawndale School was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Combined enrollment of the two schools is just over 800 students.

There are no public schools that officially serve the community of Lawndale. The nearest public grade school is Ben Franklin Elementary in Crescentville, which has just over 1100 students and Creighton Elementary, also in Crescenville, with over 800 students. Local high schools are Northeast in Rhawnhurst and Samuel Fels High School in Oxford Circle/Summerdale. Catholic high school students have several options, but the closest and most popular local school was Cardinal Dougherty in Olney, until its closure in 2009.

The Lawncrest Recreation Center serves both the Lawndale and Crescentville communities, as does the Lawncrest Library and Engine 64 Fire House. All are located on Rising Sun Ave between Lardner and Comly streets.

There is a main business district that stretches from Robbins to Longshore Avenue and is home to well over 200 stores of various degrees. With the boundaries of Lawndale, which are Comly Street to the South, SEPTA/CSX Transportation to the West, Longshore/Tyson Ave to the North and Pennway Ave to the East there are well over 500 businesses. One of the Largest employers in the area is the Naval Supply Depot which employs over 5,000 civilian and military workers

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