Manage Your Home With A Cleaning Service, Los Angeles Style

For many homeowners that exist as part of a two-income family, the daily grind of working and paying bills combines with raising ever-more-active children to leave little time for basic life maintenance like housecleaning. Managing to cook most nights of the week is already too much for many families, with eating out becoming the new normal. If you see a made bed, it’s probably because someone just replaced the sheets.

Fortunately, we have a solution: it’s called a cleaning service. Los Angeles has some truly good ones — Mission Maids being one of the best, naturally — and with one of them on your side, you can get your life back. Rather than spending seven hours every week picking up the kid’s toys over and over and over again just so you can have the opportunity to vacuum, sweep, and dust, spend just $90 to have a trio of professionals swoop in and do all of the grunt work in an hour or less.

Each Los Angeles housekeeping service has it’s own method of billing, so depending on the specifics, that number might vary. For Mission Maids, it’s pretty simple: you pay just under $7.50 per 15 minutes of professional maid time. That’s $30 per hour per maid, and most typical houses can be cleaned in about an hour by one of our teams of 3.

Even if you don’t have a need for a maid to come in every week, most maid services are flexible. We can some in once every other week, once a month, or only just once. Maybe you’ve normally got things under control, but when your grandkids came to visit they left behind a mess so epic you need a special hand getting it back together. Mission Maids can help.

No matter what you need to get your housekeeping back within the realm of manageability, there’s an LA cleaning service that can help. Call around — we suggest you call Mission Maids first — and find someone you can trust to take care of your most personal spaces.

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