Orange House Cleaning
Orange you glad you hired Golden Shine Cleaning Agency to do your housekeeping?
At Golden Shine Cleaning Agency, we're proud to offer the best house cleaning services in Orange County, including the city of Orange itself. Whether you're looking for regular house cleaning, deep cleaning, green cleaning or vacancy cleaning services, we've got you covered.
All of our skilled, independent housekeepers have years of experience cleaning homes of all shapes and sizes. What's more, they have been carefuly screened, background checked, and are happy to offer a 200% satisfaction guarantee on their work. If anything isn't done just right, give us a call and they will come back and fix it, free of charge.
Our friendly office staff will help you create a personalized priority list, so you know that your housekeepers will focus on the things that are most important to you.
Sound good to you? Give us a call at 949-336-1440, or fill out the form above to get a fast, free quote for your home. We'd love to hear from you.
The City of Orange, with a population of 138,640 is situated in Central Orange County, approximately 32 miles southeast of Los Angeles. The City's land area is 27 square miles. The City's planning area is 38 square miles, with a "Sphere of Influence" area of 55 square miles. Included in the City's Sphere of Influence is 18,500 acres of undeveloped land owned by The Irvine Company.
The City of Orange was incorporated on April 6, 1888 under the general laws of the State of California. However, Orange dates back to 1869 when Alfred Chapman and Andrew Glassell, both lawyers, accepted 1,385 acres of land from the Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana as legal fees. Soon thereafter, the men laid out a one square mile town with ten-acre farm lots surrounding a forty-acre central town site. The center of the town site became known as the Plaza, which has become the symbol of the community. Today, the Plaza and the majority of the original one square mile town site, contain many homes and buildings dating to the early days of the City; the site is registered on the National Register of Historic Places.