Peoria is mostly in Maricopa County, but a small portion sits in Yavapai Count and is the sixth largest city in Arizona by area and ninth in population. Out of the population of over 163,000 people, nearly 40% of households have children. And 62% of homes are occupied by married couples.
The town is home of Wilhelm Automotive, the Peoria Women’s Club, Palo Verde Ruin, Palo Verde Park, many historic houses, and multiple scenic areas of interest. Peoria takes pride in a large number of historical buildings still in place from as early as 1889.
The city is always looking for ways to preserve the beautiful past while moving forward and growing quickly in population as well as industrial and commercial developments and even made it in the list of Top 100 Places to Live in 2008.
Weather for Peoria is much like other areas around Phoenix. Summer temperatures average between 70° and 110° while winters range from 40° to 78° with annual rainfall nearing 10 inches. The city offers courses in electronics, Zumba, Pilates, and more while also providing fun activities for children and families.
Cherish the time you have to spend with your family while also partaking in community events this holiday season. Take your children to the various historical buildings or explore the Hohokam ruins or see a game at the Peoria Sports Complex.
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You can gain time to do all these things by hiring Arizona Window Washers to wash your windows, clean your gutters. Or all over home cleaning and power wash outdoor surfaces quickly, efficiently, and correctly the first time. Let our technicians clean your house of allergens, mold, and mildew to protect your family and yourself so you have the time and energy to explore the great city. Don’t let washing windows come between you and a great holiday part. We’ll clean them with our special mix that reduces the need to clean them for up to 6 months!
Paradise Valley is one of the smaller towns surrounding Phoenix and it stands up to its name! It is the home of landmarks such as Mummy Mountain, Camelback Mountain, and the Piestewa Peak mountain area. With the small population of roughly 13,400 people, one-third of the households contain children and 76% contain married couples. According to Forbes Magazine, Paradise Valley ranks as the 71st most expensive zip code in the United States. The median income for households in Paradise Valley is $150,228, with males commonly making $100,000 per year.
With such a high average income for families and households, it would be crazy to not consider hiring professionals for tough jobs like gutter cleaning, solar panel cleaning, window washing, and patio power washing or all over home cleaning!
Have your limestone or brick walls power washed to perfection with our services. Save time cleaning the outside of your homes and washing your windows. Use that time to explore the small town. Also, get to know your neighbors. Cook up some grub and invite over your friends, family, and neighbors and show off your home as if it were brand new! It’ll look like you spent a fortune resurfacing parts of your home or replacing windows when in reality, they’re just cleaned to a glistening shine!
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