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Residential Clean-Outs: The moment we are hired for a household garbage disposal concern, we pay attention to details. The moment you ask for our services, you’ll see how thorough we are in handling the type of home garbage removal within the Roxborough County that we offer. We will never overlook your special Christmas tree removal requirement.

Pre-MoveOut Cleanouts: If you’re returning your rented place, there’s a debris removal you would like to have performed, and we are available to attend to it for you!

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

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Crawl Space Cleanouts: We think that crawl spaces have to be kept clean and clear from trash – and this is a belief we take action on whenever you give us the chance to attend to it.

Garage Cleanouts: We’ve been supporting property owners throughout Roxborough to return their garages to their useful state – for cars, not for stuff.

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Storage Unit Cleanouts: Return the keys to your storage unit following the most effective clean out that will help you to have a good standing.

Estate Cleanouts: You can expect detail-oriented estate garbage disposal services around Roxborough.

Fire Damage Cleanup: Fire impact may be traumatic, but a cleanout will certainly assist you to go ahead and put that behind you.

Flooded Basement Debris Removal: Floods tend to be ruthless for your basement, but we are experts in restoring order after confusion.

Electronic Waste Disposal: From computer monitors to old cell phones, we guarantee that any outdated electronic items are conveyed to electronic waste recycling installations. That’s the mission of our bio-degradable garbage disposal intervention.

Appliance Recycling & Pick-Up: Whether it is your water heater, electric or gas burner, or even your washing machine? It doesn’t matter – our device disposal team can have any old gadgets disposed of from your home or office complex.

Bicycle Removal: That broken bike ought to be recycled, not left at a dumpster. Call us in case you consent.

Construction Debris Removal: Construction dirt at a construction site is the most normal thing all over the world, but it still needs the most competent trash removal intervention similar to ours in order that your construction project can progress.

Light Demolition Services: There are a lot of situations whereby our slight decimation services can profit you.

Mattress Disposal & Recycling and Carpet Removal & Disposal: We offer a clean and unique carpet and mattress cleanout service around Roxborough.

Furniture Removal & Pick-Up: Our furniture removal interventions can be administered to apartments, shops, and organizations.

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

Refrigerator Recycling & Disposal: We collect and haul unused freezers and refrigerators to the number one reprocessing companies.

Scrap Metal Recycling & Pick Up: In our opinion, defective metals need to be picked up, separated based on metal sizes, and sent for recycling. Any time we are involved, that’s what will happen.

TV Recycling & Disposal: Environmentally mindful television cleanout solutions like ours always ensure that broken TVs are dispatched for recycling.

Used Tire Disposal & Recycling: Did you know that worn-out tires are recyclable, and made into something else? Just in case you’d like your worn-out tires to be handled with that method, get in touch with us, and we will ensure that.

Yard Waste Removal: When yard garbage is an issue, our team has the solution.

Trash Pick-up, Rubbish, Garbage & Waste Removal: We will get any kind of garbage out of your abode. Period.

Glass Removal: No cuts, zero negative consequences, no possibilities. Strictly a clean and secure glass collection service within Roxborough.

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Roxborough is a neighborhood in the Northwest section of the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is bordered to the southwest, along the Schuylkill River, by the neighborhood of Manayunk, along the northeast by the Wissahickon Creek section of Fairmount Park, and to the southeast by the neighborhood of East Falls. Beyond Roxborough to the northwest is Montgomery County. Roxborough’s ZIP code is 19128. Most of Roxborough is in Philadelphia’s 21st Ward.

The Native American trail called the Manatawny, now Ridge Avenue, was central to the well-organized development of farms and plantations within the area then known as Manatawna. The Court of Upland in England appointed local Swedish settler Peter Rambo to be the maintainer of the Manatawny road. In 1690, the road was renamed Ridge Road (it follows the crest of the ridge between the Wissahickon valley and the Schuylkill valley), and the area was renamed Roxburgh, likely named for Roxburghshire, Scotland, the ancestral home of Andrew Robeson, one of the earliest settlers of the area. By 1707, the name had been changed to Roxborough. Roxborough is first mentioned as a township in QS Road Docket II: 31 in 1706. In 1840, Manayunk was erected as a borough within the township, and on March 31, 1847, Manayunk was declared separate from the township.

Most of modern-day Roxborough was once part of Roxborough Township, which was incorporated into the City of Philadelphia following the passage of the Act of Consolidation, 1854. At this time Roxborough was the home of the area’s wealthiest; the owners of the Manayunk mills. These textile mills produced revenue that was spent building schools, parks, and a large Victorian manor built for the area’s elderly women, The Roxborough Home for Women.

Since the 1950s, most of Philadelphia’s major television and FM radio stations have located their transmission towers in Roxborough because of its hilly terrain and high elevation. The tallest of these towers, the American Tower, stands approximately 1,250 feet (381m) tall. Public television station “MiND”, once called “WYBE”, was also formerly located in Upper Roxborough, close to neighboring Andorra.

The Upper Roxborough Historic District and William Levering School are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Roxborough is well-connected to Center City Philadelphia with multiple bus routes and bike lanes reaching the river and downtown area of Philadelphia. SEPTA’s Manayunk/Norristown Regional Rail line stops in the Wissahickon section of Roxborough, continues through Manayunk, and stops again at the Ivy Ridge station in Roxborough.

Philadelphia University and St. Joseph’s University are nearby.

Henry Avenue runs parallel to Ridge Avenue from the border of East Falls and North Philadelphia, to Andorra where it merges into Ridge Avenue. Constructed in the 1930s, it was extended in 1959 from Roxborough Avenue to Andorra, and includes several concrete arch bridges. One of these bridges, the Wissahickon Memorial Bridge which crosses over the Wissahickon Creek and Lincoln Drive, includes a pair of box tunnels under the roadway designed to carry a never built extension of the Broad Street Subway into Roxborough.

Because of the Wissahickon Creek and the park which protects much of its watershed, Roxborough and Manayunk are physically separated from the rest of the city. Much of lower Roxborough, consisting of “row homes” and homes dating from the 19th and early 20th centuries, has a historic, urban character.

Roxborough abuts the Wissahickon Valley Park portion of the Fairmount Park system. The park’s numerous trails are used by cyclists, runners, walkers, dog owners and mountain bikers.

The north-west section of Roxborough is often considered a separate neighborhood called Upper Roxborough. Much of the development in this area occurred after 1950, and has a suburban character: larger front lawns, garages, and shopping centers.

The area of Roxborough was likely named for Roxburghshire, Scotland, the original home of Andrew Robeson, one of the first settlers of the area.

In 1676, Andrew Robeson, his wife Elizabeth, and his nephew Andrew Jr. came to America from Scotland where Andrew Sr. became Surveyor General for 300,000 acres of land in Southern New Jersey where he presided as Judge in Gloucester County. In 1690, Andrew Sr. moved to Philadelphia and purchased an estate located in the area that is known today as Roxborough, roughly where the on and off ramps for City Line Avenue and Lincoln Drive are.

Andrew Jr. became Chief of Justice in Pennsylvania from 1693 until 1699. He was responsible for making Roxborough a township in 1690.

The Robeson family is known to have originally come from Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland. Roxburgh (pronounced Rocs-burr-ah) was a small region in the southeast of Scotland until it was changed to the region of “The Borders” in 1975; the town of Kelso still remains as a historic Scottish village.

In 1706, a German philosopher named Johannes Kelpius who lived in the woods not far from the Robesons wrote about “foxes burrowing in rocks” in the area. A correlation between the phonetic spelling “Rocksburrow” that many resident Germans applied to the Township, and Kelpius’s “where foxes burrow” letter of 1706, convinced many that the township’s origins related to foxes.

Kelpius popularized his spelling of the township, but not long afterward, the spelling was changed to its current form.[citation needed]

The Township could have retained The names “Manatawna” or “Leverington”, as they were popular names the area was referred to as in the 1690s and early 1700s, but thanks to the popular writings of Johannes Kelpius, the name remained as Roxborough. Other spellings have also been noted in early writings as Roxbury and Roxboro.

School District of Philadelphia operates public schools. Its zoned schools include Shawmont Elementary, Cook Wissahickon, and Roxborough High School.

The Walter Biddle Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences and Lankenau Environmental Magnet High School are in upper Roxborough.

William Levering School, founded in 1748, closed its doors in June 2012.Academy for the Middle Years (AMY) Northwest Middle School, a special admissions middle school (6-8), now occupies the building. AMY used to be located in the Mount Airy section of Philadelphia, in a rented church building.

The area has been one of the main feeder regions for Roman Catholic and J.W. Hallahan High Schools.

Free Library of Philadelphia operates the Roxborough Branch at 6245 Ridge Avenue at Hermitage Street. The “Roxborough – Manayunk – Wissahickon – East Falls – Andorra Historical Society” also has an archive room in the Roxborough Branch. It is maintained by one of the Historical Societies’ top members and one of the area’s community leaders, Sylvia Myers.[citation needed]

One of the main and oldest thoroughfares through Roxborough is Ridge Avenue. Previously a Native American trail called the Manatawny, by the 18th century the trail was known as “Ridge Road,” and by the 1730s, Ridge Road was popularized as “The Great Road from Philadelphia to Reading.” Passenger stagecoaches frequently traveled on the road, and many inns were built along it. Ridge Road even played a part during the American Revolution as various sections of the road were travelled by soldiers in 1777 during the lead up to the Battle of Germantown.

The other main thoroughfare through Roxborough is Henry Avenue which was laid out in the late 1950s as a four-lane road running the length of the neighborhood and parallel to Ridge Avenue.

One SEPTA Regional Rail line connects the neighborhood to Center City: the Manayunk/Norristown Line stops at the Ivy Ridge station, Manayunk station, and Wissahickon station. SEPTA closed the historic Shawmont station in 1996.

The neighborhood is also served by SEPTA bus routes 1, 9, 27, 32, 35, and 65.

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