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We know inviting someone into your home is a big deal. All NW Maids cleaners are carefully vetted by us so we choose the right person to care for your home. Book with us knowing you've chosen the most trusted maid service in Shoreline.

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How it works

Step 1

Residential Cleaning Service
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Kitchen Cleaning Job

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Clean

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Apartment Cleaning Service
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Our Services

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Shoreline Residential Cleaning

Your home is your haven, and we want to help you keep it as clean, peaceful and stress free as possible. That’s why our Pros provide reliable, thorough, and affordable flat rate cleaning services to keep your home looking beautiful, and you feeling great!

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Shoreline Apartment Cleaning

Professional apartment cleaning services are perfect for those who do not have time to clean their homes themselves. Your NW Maids Pro will come to you at your convenience, creating more time for you to enjoy the life you love!

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Shoreline Recurring Cleaning Services

Between work, family, extracurricular activities and a host of other distractions, it can be challenging to make time for house cleaning. Fear not! NW Maids can help! We’ll provide you and your family with the detailed, thorough, and reliable cleanings you need to stay healthy, happy, and engaged with the life you want to be living. We’ll strive to match you with the same great cleaner each visit in order to ensure the consistent and dedicated service you’ve come to expect from us. Even better, the more we clean, the more you save! Monthly clients enjoy 10% off, Biweekly clients enjoy 15% off, and Weekly clients enjoy a whooping 20% off each clean!

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Shoreline Office Cleaning

Your business deserves to make a great first impression! Our affordable and detailed office cleanings are the perfect way to ensure that you’re putting your best foot forward with everyone that visits your office. When you hire NW Maids, you can focus more on your business - we’ve got the cleaning covered!

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Shoreline Deep Cleaning

Life happens, life gets messy. When your house starts to feel a little out of control, try our cleansing deep cleaning package to get you back on track! We’ll get in all those rarely cleaned nooks and crannies, freshening up your space to bring back your peace of mind. Take a peek at our Cleaning Checklist a full list services included in this package.

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Shoreline Move In / Out Cleanings

Moving is stressful enough. Let us handle the cleaning! Our experienced, professional cleaning staff will carefully prepare every inch of your new home’s interior - so all you have to focus on, is moving!

Why Choose Us

NW Maids provides flat rate, no-contract pricing residential cleaning services for your contemporary living.
Relax and make your place shine with our outstanding customer service and 200% satisfaction guarantee.

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Simplifying your life

Why sacrifice your personal time when you can choose NW Maids to take care of all your cleaning needs? Your time is precious, choose us to take care of everything, so you can focus more on things that matter most.

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Communication is key

Here at NW Maids, we believe successful communication is the key to success! That’s why we make it easy for you to contact us via phone, email, or your online account. All of the notes you send us are submitted to your cleaning team to ensure we’re following your instructions to a T!

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Professional Maid Services

All NW Maids Pros are trustworthy, reliable cleaners with a proven track record of excellence. We require all of our cleaning teams to have great references and at least 3 years of professional residential cleaning experience to work with us, so you’ll receive a top notch clean every time!

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Prefer a Green Cleaning? No Problem

Green cleaning products are available upon request at no additional charge.

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200% Satisfaction

We’re confident you’ll love our service. However, if you’re not 100% satisfied with your cleaning, we’ll come back and re-clean the area in question for free.

If you’re still not satisfied, we’ll refund your money. Talk about a safe bet!

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Bonded & Insured

NW Maids is bonded and insured to ensure that all our clients are provided the peace of mind they deserve. Rest easy, knowing your home is safe in our hands!

Service Areas

Maid & Cleaning Service in Seattle, WA

  • Auburn
  • Bellevue
  • Bothell
  • Burien
  • Clyde Hill
  • Downtown Settle
  • Edmonds
  • Everett
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Cleaning Checklist

Kitchen Cleaning Service

Kitchen

  • Dust all accessible surfaces
  • Empty sink and load up dishwasher with dirty dishes
  • Wipe down exterior of stove, oven and fridge
  • Clean all floor surfaces
  • Take out garbage and recycling

Bedroom, Living Room & Common Areas

  • Dust all accessible surfaces
  • Wipe down all mirrors and glass fixtures
  • Clean all floor surfaces
  • Take out garbage and recycling

House Keeping Service
Bathroom Cleaning Service

Bathrooms

  • Wash and sanitize the toilet, shower, tub, and sink
  • Dust all accessible surfaces
  • Wipe down all mirrors and glass fixtures
  • Clean all floor surfaces
  • Take out garbage and recycling

Extras (upon request)

  • Inside cabinets
  • Inside oven
  • Inside fridge
  • Laundry wash & dry
  • Inside windows

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Words From Our Clients

The ladies who came to clean were a mother-daughter team. They were so sweet, and cleaned my apartment like the bosses they are. It felt like a new apartment, and they spent a solid 3.5 hours on the place. So grateful and would hire them again.

-Amanda A.
Wallingford, WA
First Responder

- Amanda A. ~ Seattle, WA

Finally tried a cleaning service, and I'm in love with NW Maids. On-time, professional, brought all their own cleaning equipment and got my apartment back into shape! Highly recommended. #freetime #NWMaids 

-Xuyang N.
Edmonds, WA
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- Xuyang N. ~ Seattle, WA

I was swamped with work and had little time to deal with cleaning or scheduling anything. Then a friend told me about NW Maids. Literally took me a minute to schedule a cleaning team to come over. Keep in mind, I am one of the most detail oriented people you can meet. I expect a lot out of a paid service, and you guys did an astounding job. Now I'm using that free time to unwind and watch some Netflix. 😉

-Gavin Clement
Bellevue, WA
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- Gavin Clement ~ Shoreline, WA

Loved their cleaning. They showed up on time, worked really hard, and made the place look beautiful and like new. They did the baseboards, a meticulous job bathrooms, mopped the stairs, and much more. Will now set up a regular clean from NW Maids. I'd highly recommend.

-Nick S.
Shoreline, WA
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- Nick S. ~ Seattle, WA

Seattle's Neighbor - Shoreline

Believe it or not, Shoreline didn't become a city until 1995. Yet, it has a rich history from the original settlement days in the late 1800s. What brought settlers home is still very evident in modern times, with a beautiful location on Puget Sound that echoes the natural surroundings. We offer top rating House Cleaning in Shoreline.

Modern conveniences haven't overrun it either, keeping this a quiet little suburban slice of paradise just north of Seattle without any barrier between it. For those seeking a quieter way of life while working in the big city, Shoreline is the perfect retreat with comfortable neighborhoods, plentiful parks, and top-ranking schools. While it might be quieter than other destinations, residents have much to keep them busy and revel in the splendor of life in Shoreline. 

Settle Down in Shoreline, WA

Every day in Shoreline, treat yourself to those gorgeous Puget Sound views. Take a walk on nature or Interurban trails and find yourself at the beach. Play tennis with new friends and enrich your life with countless recreational activities. Playgrounds, athletic courts, and fields allow kids to get into sport and keep busy outdoors. 

Spend the day at the Richmond Beach Saltwater Park with a sandy patch of beach or Boeing Creek Park for a more woodsy experience. The Shoreline Historical Museum is a great place to learn all about the humble beginnings of this town. If cinema is more your thing, Crest Theater is a landmark in itself, one that still shows movies as it has done since 1949. Delicious local restaurants and shops await to make you feel right at home in Shoreline. From casual to formal, you'll find everything to fit your needs. 

History of Shoreline, WA

Lake Forest Park and Shoreline, Washington joined together in 1995 to become the city of Shoreline. The name "Shoreline" was chosen because it reflects both communities: Lake Forest Park is surrounded by water on three sides (the lake), and many homes have a view of Puget Sound; while the main road through town, Aurora Avenue, offers a view of the skyline of Seattle.

Settlement in the area began in 1888 when John Elling bought a claim from William Johnson for $450 and named it "Lake Forest" because of its wooded setting. The town was platted soon after David Denny staked another nearby claim to build his home at present-day Bothell Way and Densmore Avenue.

Modern-day Shoreline began in the 1890s when it was founded as a seaport town; its primary purpose was to serve coal mines on what is now Coal Creek and the Richmond Highlands (an unincorporated area of King County). The Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern Railway ran along the waterfront from Interbay to Richmond Beach and opened development.

John Elling sold his land claim in 1892 to Charles Larrabee, a businessman from Chicago, who built a hotel near the Shoreline called The Idlewild. He also built what was then known as Larrabee State Park (now Carkeek Park). In 1901 he sold the land to the Seattle-Tacoma Land Company, who began marketing lots for development.

Larrabee built a new dock on Lake Washington at "Point Richmond" near his home just north of Carkeek Park and helped find Lakeridge Elementary School next door. The Idlewild Hotel burned down in 1950, and in the late 1950s, the land was sold to William Rickman, who built a retirement community named Idlewild. It has since become an upscale housing area with many waterfront homes overlooking Meydenbauer Bay.

A New Shoreline Community is Born

The completion of Seattle's first rapid transit line (the Interurban) in 1906 opened the area to easier access from Seattle, and steady growth in both population and property values began. In 1916 there were thirty-five homes on what was then known as "Carkeek's Bay." The community felt it needed its school, so in 1922, Richmond Beach School opened in a rented building with forty-seven students.

Renamed Lakeridge in 1930, the district added a second school (Lakeridge Junior High School) in 1938. A new building for North Beach Elementary opened that same year on land donated by William Rickman; it was later expanded to become Shoreline Middle School and home to Shorewood High School. The city continued expanding its facilities with a new city hall in 1944, and Richmond Beach became an official town on July 31st, 1946.

The City of Shoreline was officially incorporated on March 31st, 1949; its population was approximately 600 residents. The following year William Rickman deeded over 250 acres (101 ha) to the city as public parkland, including Carkeek Park and North Beach Park.

The climate in Shoreline, WA

Harsh weather year-round with lots of rain and wind. Not as hot during summers but more humid than most other places in the U.S., especially inland areas. Colder winters are wetter here due to an oceanic climate, unlike its neighboring cities at lower altitudes inland which is more continental.

Neighborhoods in Shoreline, WA

Shoreline's got several small neighborhoods with an average population of about 500 people. These areas are primarily residential, with a few commercial areas along major roads. The city is increasing, and some of these tiny neighborhoods might be absorbed into the larger town as it expands.

Neighborhoods in Shoreline, WA Include:

Carkeek Park - The largest park in the city with an extensive public pool and lots of trails for hiking.

Boundary Bay Industrial Area & Business Park - Home to several warehouses, distribution centers, office parks, and retail stores along Pacific Highway.

Richmond Highlands - An unincorporated area of King County with a small population and lots of open space.

Activities and Attractions in Shoreline, WA

Rich in parks, creeks, rivers, lakes, trails for outdoor lovers! Nearby to Seattle, there are lots of options there, including the famous Pike Place Market or Space Needle.

Attractions in the surrounding area include Northwest Trek, Woodland Park Zoo, and Pacific Science Center.

Most Events Take Place in Shoreline Community College & University Campus

The community college is home to theaters & auditoriums for public events; it's got an enormous library with many resources available online too! The campus sports fields are used by teams of Shoreline Community College and the other local universities & colleges.

Richmond Beach - A small beach near the mouth of Shoreline's Green River with a great view of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier, and the Olympic Mountains on clear days! Many public events are held here throughout the summertime, including live music concerts & outdoor movie screenings under the stars during weekends in June and July.

Live music and outdoor movie screenings under the stars during summer weekends. Many events are happening at Richmond Beach throughout summer, including live concerts & movies on the green! Also, there's a farmer's market every Wednesday from May through September with fresh produce, food trucks, and more.

Home Prices and Lifestyle in Shoreline, WA

Affordable housing prices with a median home price of $500,000. Average commute of 26 minutes to downtown Seattle or Federal Way along I-405, about 15 miles away from the city center. The median age here is 50 years old, with lots of retirees in this area and young professionals who work in the city.

Community Life in Shoreline, WA

High-ranking schools, so many families here with kids, and safe and clean for retirees looking to settle down in Shoreline! Lots of community events throughout the year across all ages because everyone loves living here. Neighborhoods are quiet but close enough into town that there's always something going on if you want to get out and about.

Shopping and Dining in Shoreline, WA

Pike Street is the main downtown center of Shoreline, with lots of restaurants, shops, cafes to check out. There's also a farmer's market on Wednesdays from May through September, which has tons of vendors selling fresh produce as well as arts and crafts! For more shopping, there's also Alderwood Mall which has a Nordstrom, Macy's, and Sears, to name a few. There are also several strip malls with other shops and grocery stores like Trader Joe's or QFC for those who love to cook at home.

Transportation in Shoreline, WA

Public transit is a winner here with multiple bus routes, trails for bikes, and walking paths. The city also has the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry, which goes between Seattle and Kingston along I-405, so it's very accessible to get around! Parking can be difficult due to traffic at peak hours but otherwise easy enough during off-peak times.

Schools in Shoreline, WA

Finding the right school can be difficult for young families, especially if you're moving into an area without any prior knowledge. It's hard to tell which schools will meet your child's needs until they start attending them, and by then, it might be too late!

Shoreline, Washington, is in King County with four high schools and three middle/junior highs ranked 70+ on Great Schools. This means that all four high schools are within reach for parents who want their kids to have an excellent education, but it also gives them options if they need one school for one child and another option for another child.

Livability and Shoreline, Washington

The Shoreline is located in King County with easy access to Interstate-I-405 that runs from Bothell into Seattle or Federal Way just south on I-105. It's also within 15 minutes of downtown Seattle if commuters don't mind sitting in traffic. It's no wonder Shoreline is popular with so many working in the Emerald City or just passing through on business, but anyone would be happy living here too. With an average commute of only 26 minutes and high-ranking schools, it's easy to see why people love calling this place home.

Shoreline, Washington, is a great place to live with affordable homes and rich history. It's the perfect escape from the hustle of city life with easy access into Seattle or surrounding suburbs without all that stress. With endless activities throughout the year and plenty of community events, neighbors make friends fast in Shoreline.

No matter the season, there's always something to do in Shoreline. With scenic walks or bike rides along Puget Sound and local parks with trails surrounding them, you never run out of outdoor activities here. It's also close to Seattle for those who love being near the city without living right in it! Whether you have kids, want to retire, or both, you'll love living in Shoreline.

A shoreline is a beautiful place for families as it has one of the best school systems around! With an impressive four high schools and three middle/junior highs rated at 70+ on Great Schools, parents feel confident sending their kids off each day knowing they're getting an excellent education.

It's also perfect for retirees with an average age of 50 and plenty of activities to keep them busy! Whether you're looking for social events, book clubs, or hobbies, there's always something going on in Shoreline.

The top employers are Boeing Co., Microsoft Corp., Providence Regional Medical Center & Children's Hospital, and Boeing Co., so you know the jobs here are top-notch!

Is it safe to live in Shoreline, WA?

The crime rate is meager in Shoreline, with only 32 crimes per 100,000 population compared to the national average of 256! Statistically speaking, you're just as safe here as anywhere else, and with such a low crime rate, it's hard not to feel relaxed and comfortable.

The Shoreline is a beautiful place to live with plenty for residents and visitors alike! With an average commute time of only 26 minutes and four high schools ranked on Great Schools, you can't go wrong living here. Whether it's the views along Puget Sound or the affluent community, you'll love living in Shoreline.

There's a reason why those who visit or live in Shoreline love it as much as they do - it's easy to access everything. Shoreline has been one of the most desired areas in Washington for many years and will continue to be! Shoreline's got everything you need - no matter what stage of life you're in.

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