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Residential Clean-Outs: The moment we are engaged to help with a residential waste removal concern, we note any particularities. If we are involved, you’ll discover just how detailed we are in handling the type of residence removal disposal in the Wynnefield Region that we undertake. We will never abandon your special Christmas tree cleanout requirement.

Pre-MoveOut Cleanouts: In case you’re returning your rented place, there’s a junk removal you need to have done, and we are able to get it done for you!

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

Emergency Disaster Clean-Up and Storm Clean-Up: Once a disaster is gone, what should concern you is to clean up and move on. Call us.

Residential Junk Removal Services and Commercial Junk Removal Services: We’re prepared to address any residential and workplace job you want experts to deal with.

Attic and Basement Cleanouts: Attic and basement trash haulage are considered our niche in Wynnefield, PA.

Crawl Space Cleanouts: We are of the opinion that crawl spaces must be kept clean and clear from junk – and this is a notion we act upon once you provide us with the opportunity to handle it.

Garage Cleanouts: We’ve continued serving residents around Wynnefield to restore their garages to their initial condition – for sedans, not for junk.

Shed Removal: You can trust us to do shed removal projects appearing in any form and in any place.

Storage Unit Cleanouts: Give back the keys to your storage unit once you get the most effective clean out that is going to help you to have a good standing.

Estate Cleanouts: You can expect detail-oriented estate cleanout services in Wynnefield.

Fire Damage Cleanup: Fire impact can be distressing, but a cleanout will unfailingly help you to go ahead and forget about it.

Flooded Basement Debris Removal: Floods are pretty chaotic for your basement, still, we are skilled in re-establishing order following disorder.

Electronic Waste Disposal: From computer monitors to old cell phones, we make certain that any outdated electronic products are sent to e-waste reprocessing plants. That’s the target of our sustainable waste management intervention.

Appliance Recycling & Pick-Up: Maybe you are looking to get rid of your old appliances. It doesn’t matter – our device removal professionals can have any damaged devices disposed of from your property.

Bicycle Removal: That old bike ought to be reprocessed, not dumped at a dumpster. Speak to us in case you agree.

Construction Debris Removal: Building clutter within a construction site is a general occurrence in the world, however, it still requires the best waste removal intervention similar to ours so that your construction project can keep moving forward.

Light Demolition Services: You will likely discover several scenarios whereby our light demolition interventions can assist you.

Mattress Disposal & Recycling and Carpet Removal & Disposal: We offer a thorough and one-of-a-kind carpet and mattress disposal intervention around Wynnefield.

Furniture Removal & Pick-Up: Our furniture clean-up interventions can be administered to homes, retail outlets, and commercial properties.

Hot Tub & Spa Removal Service: Bid goodbye to your unused hot tubs and spa devices

Refrigerator Recycling & Disposal: We collect and convey unused freezers and refrigerators to the best recycling installations.

Scrap Metal Recycling & Pick Up: We believe defective metals must be collected, assembled based on metal forms, and sent for recycling. When you call us, that’s the kind of service that will occur.

TV Recycling & Disposal: Environmentally sensitive television collection services like ours always offer you a guarantee that broken TVs get sent for recycling.

Used Tire Disposal & Recycling: Did you know that old tires can get reprocessed, and the rubber they contain can be used again? If you’d like your damaged tires to be recycled that way, call us, and we will make certain of that.

Yard Waste Removal: If yard junk is a big deal, our brand offers the right remedy.

Trash Pick-up, Rubbish, Garbage & Waste Removal: You can trust us to keep any kind of rubbish from your residence. Nothing more.

Glass Removal: No cuts, no risks, zero possibilities. Strictly a thorough and secure glass disposal intervention across the length and breadth of Wynnefield.

Exercise Equipment Removal: You can trust us to dispose of old gym gadgets with our waste collection and disposal intervention within Wynnefield.

Pool Table Removal and Piano Removal: Do you want to have this kind of clutter disposed of around Wynnefield? Talk to our rubbish removal experts!

BBQ & Old Grill Pick Up: You can expect the type of waste removal Wynnefield homeowners and businesses trust whenever they are looking to remove outdated stuff from their gardens.

Trampoline, Playset, & Above Ground Pool Removal: We’re top of the list of the not too many garbage disposal organizations within Wynnefield that also handles this category of large and bulky rubbish.

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Wynnefield is a diverse middle-class neighborhood in West Philadelphia. Its borders are 53rd Street at Jefferson to the south, Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park to the east, City Avenue (commonly referred to as “City Line”) to the north and the Amtrak Philadelphia Main Line tracks to the west.

Surrounding neighborhoods include Bala Cynwyd to the north, Wynnefield Heights and Belmont Village to the east, Parkside to the south, and Overbrook to the west. Its main commercial arteries are North 54th Street, Bryn Mawr Avenue (2200 block), and City Avenue. It is the home of the television station WPHL-TV (MY PHL 17).

Like the nearby suburban community of Wynnewood, Wynnefield takes its name from William Penn’s physician, Thomas Wynne, who built his home Wynnestay at 52nd Street and Woodbine Avenue in 1690. The former Woodside Amusement Park was located in nearby Fairmount Park and is now the separate community of Wynnefield Heights.

Before Wynnefield’s expansion in the early twentieth century, it was largely a rural and undeveloped area of farms dating back to the late 1600s. However, this changed with the construction of the Market-Frankford Elevated Train and the various trolley lines. With the creation of the lines it suddenly became easier for people to live farther from their jobs, and into the undeveloped areas of the city. Today, all but one of Philadelphia’s trolley lines are exclusively operational in West Philadelphia.

In Philadelphia, the Jewish-American community were discriminated in certain neighborhoods in Philadelphia, prompting them to create their own community in Wynnefield. From about 1900, Wynnefield was considered an upscale community with predominantly Jewish-American residents. However, there were large groups of non-Jewish immigrants from Russia, Germany, and other Eastern European countries that formed the Wynnefield community.

In the 1920s Wynnefield expanded again, through the purchasing of rural lots, and their conversion into smaller plotted neighborhoods of row houses. Additional streets, such as Diamond Street were put in 1923 and additional row housing increasing the population of the neighborhood. German-Catholics moved into the neighborhood, prompting the founding of Saint Barbara’s Roman Catholic Church in January 1921 on Georges Lane and Lebanon Ave near 54th Street.

Until the 1960s, an area near Wynnefield, Bala Cynwyd, across City Avenue in Lower Merion Township, was known as an upscale shopping district. Small, local boutiques thrived alongside of The Blum Store, Bonwit Teller, and Lord & Taylor. Betty’s hat shop was a popular destination for the Main Line elite and Jackie Kennedy fans. Suburbanites would bring their families to spend the day shopping and to enjoy a meal at local haunts such as Pub Tiki and Williamson’s Restaurant. Women from areas such as nearby Bucks County would ride into Bala Cynwyd on SEPTA buses, donning their best garb and wearing their white gloves.

In the mid-1960s, the neighborhood began the transition into being largely African American. As of 2006, changes to the neighborhood include the expansion of St. Joseph’s University, and an influx of students and new residents of non-African descent moving into the area. Today Wynnefield closely parallels highly regarded Mt. Airy as being one of the most racially diverse neighborhoods in Philadelphia.

Much of the development of Wynnefield after the 1960s is due to the influence of the late Katie B. Jackson (1929–1993). Known by the African-American community as “Queen of Wynnefield,” Jackson founded the Wynnefield Academy, a private, co-educational PK-4 elementary school in 1975. The Katie B. Jackson Development Corporation and Katie B. Jackson Senior Citizens Complex bear her name.

Har Zion Synagogue, built at 54th & Wynnefield Ave in 1924, was a longtime resident of the area before moving to larger facilities in Penn Valley, PA in 1976.

The William Mann School and Wynnestay are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

According the U.S. Census from the 2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, the total population of 19131, which include Overbrook, Wynnfield, Belmont Village, and Wynnefield Heights, was 44,723 where 44.5% is male and 55.5% is female. Per the 2019 U.S. Census data, the community is 82.2% African-American, 13.4% Caucasian, 4.1% Asian/Pacific Islander and 3.6% Hispanic/Latino.

The mean household income in the past 12 months (in 2019 inflation-adjusted dollars) was $49,724.

Of the 21,361 total housing units located in the 19131 zip code per 2019 Census data, 8,544 or 48.8% are owner-occupied units. The neighborhood offers a variety of housing types: two-story brick town homes and row duplexes, garden apartments, and mid-rise and high-rise apartment homes. Apartment complexes include The Metropolitan – Wynnefield, The Dane, and The Premier at City Line among others.

Saint Joseph’s University is just outside the neighborhood. The boundary of Wynnefield is N. 54th Street. The athletic fields, however, are in Wynnefield at North 54th St. and Overbrook to City Line Avenue

Wynnefield is served by the School District of Philadelphia.

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Free Library of Philadelphia operates the Wynnefield Branch .

Wynnefield also has connections to the motion picture and music industries. Wynnefield is the childhood home of actor and rapper Will Smith, film producer Lee Daniels (Monster’s Ball and The Woodsman), film director Charles Stone III, politico and former Big Brother reality-TV contestant Will Mega and documentary filmmaker Tigre Hill. Also, former basketball player Julius Erving once resided there as well as boxer Michael Spinks.

Local politicians with Wynnefield ties include Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, former mayor Wilson Goode, city councilman Curtis Jones, Jr, and councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown.

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