Temple City House Cleaning
There are tons of benefits to living in sunny Temple City. It's got a great climate, great attractions, and is a great place to live, work, and play. However, you may find yourself unable to get out and enjoy yourself when faced with a seemingly endless number of house cleaning chores.
Wouldn't you much rather be able to kick back and relax, spend your time with your family and friends, or focus on more important stuff, rather than spend hours cleaning house? There's where we come in.
We'll handle the housekeeping, so you can spend more time practicing your golf swing or perfecting your pirouette! Our professional, independent housekeepers will come by and work their magic on your home, leaving it spotless.
Each of our housekeepers has been carefully screened so you can be confident that they truly are the best in the business. They have also received a thorough background check in order to ensure that they are both reliable and trustworthy. What's more, they will bring their own cleaning supplies and leave your home in pristine condition.
Call us today at 310-933-4177, or take a moment to fill out the form above to receive a free quote for your home. It's time someone else took care of your house cleaning needs, and we'd love to be of service!
About Temple City
The town of Temple was originated on May 30, 1923 when Walter P. Temple purchased 400 acres of land four miles east of San Gabriel which had been part of Lucky Baldwin's Rancho Santa Anita.
Temple, the son and tenth child of Pliny Fisk Temple and William Workman's daughter Antonia Margarita Workman, was born on Rancho La Merced, which is today part of the city of Montebello. This was the site of the original San Gabriel Mission, founded by the Franciscan Fathers next to the rich bottom lands of the San Gabriel River. Historically called "Rio de los Temblores", which means the River of the Earthquakes. It is today known as the Rio Hondo River.
Temple envisioned building a community where average people could afford to live and own their homes. He then divided the area into lots and laid out the park facing Las Tunas Drive. He named other streets after friends and family: Workman, Kauffman, Temple and Agnes. Bond issues initiated by Temple were responsible for street paving and electricity. Temple also petitioned the Pacific Electric Railway Company to extend its Los Angeles to Alhambra line to a depot adjacent to Temple City Park. The extension of the railway contributed to the steady growth of Temple City.
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