Services Maggy Maid provides

Maggy Maid is a domestic referral agency. The maids we refer are not our employees. They are independent domestic workers. This means that you are in control of the cleaning. Below are some of the types of services the domestics perform that we refer.

• General Cleaning
• Deep Cleaning
• Recurrence Cleaning
• Move In / Move Out Cleaning
• Post - Construction Cleaning

We know you have lots of choices when it comes to choosing a referral agency. We have been in business since 2008 and have referred thousands of jobs. We love to refer the best domestic workers in town. If you call us any time of day or night, we will answer or call you right back.

The independent domestic workers come to your home with all of their own cleaning supplies so you do not have to lift a finger. Give us a call today and you will soon know why so many people are making Maggy Maid their regular cleaning referral specialist.

We believe that our agency should only work with top quality domestic workers that we would want to have cleaning our own homes. All of the maids we send out are friendly, easy-going, and very punctual.

Since we want you to be happy with the cleaning results of the domestics, we recommend that you meet with them for your first cleaning and have a detailed walk thru with them pointing out all of your priorities. The domestics are professionals and they will let you know how much time you will need for your cleaning. Just before they finish, we suggest you have a final walk thru with them to make sure they cleaned to your specifications.

You will understand right away why we are the fastest growing cleaning referral agency in the Los Angeles area right now and have been since we started.

Maggy Maid is not the employer of the domestic worker that is referred to you. The domestic worker may be an employee, or an independent contractor, depending on the relationship between the client and the independent housekeeper. Generally, if the client directs and controls the manner and means by which the housekeeper performs his or her work, the client may have employer responsibilities including employment taxes and workers compensation, under state and federal law. For additional information contact your local Employment Development Department and the Internal Revenue Service.