Malverne Home Cleaning

Looking for professional cleaning for your Malverene home that’s also affordable?  Then look to the expert maids of Polish Ladies Cleaning Service and look no further for all the quality and savings you deserve!  Polish Ladies Cleaning Service is the original Polish maid service of New York City and Long Island,℠ with well trained women who know how to keep a place nice and tidy, safe and hygienic.

PLCS: Better Home Cleaning for Malverne!

Thanks to Polish Ladies Cleaning Service, professional home cleaning is affordable again in Malverene.  Polish Ladies Cleaning Service is “the better maid service”℠ — “because you deserve better housekeeping” — that’s been in business for well over seventeen years and counting, serving a diverse clientele ranging from non-profits and government institutions to local businesses and residences.  We’ve been family-owned and operated right from the start, specializing in the personal touch that takes into account each customer’s unique needs.

Okay, so everyone claims to offer “the personal touch” — but only Polish Ladies Cleaning Service actually delivers!  After all, why else would we offer such amenities, free courtesies found nowhere else?  We love to help out, so if there’s any way, just let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate you!

 

A Little About Malverene, Nassau County

Blame it on the post office.

Or, rather, thank them: formerly called Norwood, frequent mix-ups in mail delivery due to there being a lot of other Norwoods all over New York State (this was before someone hit upon the bright idea of using zip codes) lead the Village of Malverne to acquire its present appellation.  Named after a town in Worcestershire, England, that had attracted the fancy of local developer Alfred Wagg, the final “e” came about either due to an LIRR misspelling or sheer vanity (it looked vaguely French and thus more upscale). This third e distinguishes the community from several other Malverns in the United States, and even around the world (the largest is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia — which, incidentally, some speculate to be a corruption of Old English “Malvern,” or “green mall”).

Today encompassing just a little over a square mile near the South Shore of Long Island, Malverne offers the hundred or so new residents who arrive each year a Norman Rockwell ambiance despite being only forty or so minutes away from New York City — much less when driving in light traffic.  Old-timers know the village as “the Mayberry of Long Island,” and everyone enjoys the annual Lighting of Melverne, including many from surrounding communities, where the business district remains dark until the mayor and other official ceremoniously flick a switch and everything lights up, including newly installed holiday decorations.

Residents love their village, and it shows.  In what has to take top prize for having the brassiest set ever, its official website claims that the “village has quite possibly existed for millions of years!”