junk removal crew in chamblee, ga

Chamblee’s Most Handsome Junk Removal Crew

Chamblee is a wonderful, fast growing city in north Dekalb County. She has a population of just over 9,800 awesome people. A majority of all those Chamblee residents have one thing in common. They love Stand Up Guys Junk Removal.

The Stand Up Guys cover all of Chamblee from Downtown Chamblee to Sexton Woods and everywhere in between. We offer all the great people of Chamblee a wonderful junk removal service with an even better value. This is just one of the reasons that the Stand Up Guys Junk Removal Crew has built up such a strong rapport with the people of Chamblee over the years.

If you are looking to get rid of some old household furniture, yard debris, get an attic cleaned out, or pretty much anything to do with junk, then you can count on the Stand Up Guys Junk Removal Crew to take care of you.

The Stand Up Guys will not only just remove junk, but we will also donate and or recycle everything that we can. We recycle and or donate over 60% of all the items that we remove. That’s for your peace of mind.

Tad Bit Of Chamblee History

Chamblee, GA was once known as Dairy Farms. This was back before they built the railroad crossing in Chamblee that took people from Atlanta to North Carolina and from Roswell to Atlanta. That little railroad crossing turned from just that into the great little city that it is today. Really shows you that everything HAS to start from somewhere, no matter the size.

Chamblee was also an integral part of both World War I and II. The government operated ‘Camp Gordon’ in Chamblee, GA. Camp Gordon had over 40,000 service men there during the war. The explosion of people in the town at that time caused a pretty significant building boom throughout the entire area. That building boom and population explosion in that short period of time would set the table for the city of Chamblee for the future.

More About Chamblee

  • Fun Fact: Chamblee is at times referred to as “Chambodia” because of its high Asian population and the concentration of Asian restaurants. A chapter of Tom Wolfe’s novel A Man in Full is titled “Chambodia”
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