How to Keep A Dust Free Home

Home Dust Control
Dust can accumulate easily in a home (particularly for larger homes) because rooms, areas, and items get neglected and if you don’t clean on a regular basis, it can really start to build. Since spring started last month, allergy season for many has begun. This means dust, pollen, and pet dander can become […]

By |April 15th, 2017|Blog, cleaning|0 Comments

6 Reasons You Need Our Residential Cleaning Services

We Do A Mean Clean!
3 Maids has been offering residential cleaning services to Los Angeles for years. Whether those homes are in Santa Monica or Beverly Hills, Malibu or even Venice, we’ve been cleaning homes as one of Southern California’s most trusted residential cleaning services. If you’ve been thinking about hiring a maid service, look […]

By |November 15th, 2016|Blog, cleaning|0 Comments

Organize Your Life

Live The Fullest Life By Organizing It
At 3 Maids, we know all about cleaning and tidying your home and office, but we also know how to organize your life. There are a lot of outside factors that hinder your ability to keep yourself organized including friends, social media, hobbies, family, sometimes even school and work. […]

By |September 15th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

The Spring House Cleaning Checklist That Fits You

The Spring House Cleaning Checklist That Fits You
March Madness
March marks the return of your spring house cleaning. As the break comes near, it will allow you the time to finish your annual home spring cleaning. The concept of Spring cleaning is all about accomplishing a fresh start for you and your family. Clearly, cleaning your […]

By |March 12th, 2016|Blog, cleaning, Germs, Home|0 Comments

The Ideal Romantic Date at Home

Valentine’s Day At Home
Attention all Romantics! Your favorite day of the year is closing in. The day full of fluttering hearts, candy gifts, and roses  is near. Valentine’s Day is that time when one partner pulls out the stops to create that utmost romantic night that their significant other will never forget. Valentine’s Day is also that […]

By |February 5th, 2016|Blog, cleaning|0 Comments

6 Ways to Keep Your House Warm During the Winter

Winter Peak
The frostiness and the cool breeze of the winter is near its highest peak. In January, as the temperature drops to its lowest degrees, your teeth begins to chatter and you’re forced to wear more clothes in your home, just to stay warm. You may ponder the question, are there ways to keep the […]

By |January 14th, 2016|Blog, cleaning, Home|0 Comments

How to Prevent the Flu From Spreading In Your Home

Prevent The Flu From Reaching You
Yet again, our encounters with those pesky flu viruses has grown even more irritating during the winter. In North America, winter time is known as the peak of the flu season. While the flu outbreaks start happening as early as October, they gain most steam in the period between December […]

By |December 14th, 2015|Blog, cleaning, flu, Germs, Home|0 Comments

How To Perfectly Set Your Thanksgiving Table

Thanksgiving Table Set-up

Thanksgiving is virtually here, the leaves have begun to fall and the breeze is picking up. The joyous time of spending time with the people you love while having a hearty meal of turkey and stuffing is about to commence. Now it just so happens that it’s finally your turn to host this […]

By |November 14th, 2015|Blog, Home, thanksgiving|0 Comments

The Perfect Plan in Decorating your Haunted House

Why You Should Do It

Time to get your costume scrapbook and pumpkin carving tools out because Halloween is coming upon us again. There is no night like Halloween that will encourage you to rot your teeth with candy and to dress in your wildest costumes. In addition to trick or treating, a long tradition that […]

By |October 14th, 2015|Blog, Home|0 Comments

The History (and Necessity) of Maid Service

The more things change, the more they stay the same. 

As much as our technology and way of life has changed over the past five thousand years of civilization, there remain a few constants.  Regardless the differences in how we communicate and commute in the past to now, and paying no respects to the differences in […]

By |September 15th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments