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Does the task of cleaning your home feel like a never ending job or does the idea of having more time to dedicate to yourself and your family appeal to you?

Would you like an honest, reliable and AFFORDABLE, police checked* domestic cleaner in the Epping, South Morang, Wollert, Doreen or Mernda area?

While we are new to the area, we are backed by a national and international home cleaning system and over 15 years of personal customer service experience.

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What we do?

At Time For You Domestic Cleaning Heidi and Andrew will visit your home to work out your home cleaning requirements prior to introducing you to a domestic cleaner.

“We believe life is too short to spend it cleaning…”

Each cleaner is:

  • Personally interviewed in their own home
  • Carefully vetted, verified and reference checked
  • The same cleaner each week
  • Reliable, trustworthy & honest
  • Friendly

Services include but are not limited to

  • Regular cleaning
  • Housekeeping
  • Maid services
  • Ironing services
  • Deep cleaning
  • Housework
  • Spotless clean

Thanks Heidi, I have just got back and our cleaner Joy, has done a really great job and to a high and professional cleaning standard. I'll be sure to recommend your home cleaning services to my friends.

Cheryl, Epping, 3076

Your cleaner or home helper will be police checked, vetted and referenced by us, Heidi and Andrew.

At the typical hourly rate of only $29.90 per hour for a weekly clean you will be able to secure  an affordable, personalised domestic cleaning service.

  • Regular weekly home cleaning $29.90 per hour

SUBURBS:  (Epping, Epping North, Wollert, South Morang, Mill Park, Doreen, Mernda and Whittlesea  - Weekly Cleaning times available. Call Now so we can help you.)

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Thanks for the help. With 3 young kids, a school routine and after school activities, my time was running out. Heidi found a perfect option. My home helper is my saviour. Know I can come home, prepare for the next day and rest my aging bones. I am even starting to spend some time with my husband again.

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Mary, Mernda, 3754

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Areas Covered

Beveridge, Doreen, Epping, Epping North, Humevale, Kinglake, Melbourne, Mernda, Mill Park, South Morang, Whittlesea, Wollert, Yan Yean, Yean Yean

Postcodes Covered

3076, 3082, 3750, 3751, 3752, 3753, 3754, 3755, 3763

Time For You Domestic Cleaning started in Epping and the surrounding areas in 2016. Our aim is to help make more 'Time For You' by eliminating your weekly domestic home cleaning chores.

History of Epping

Epping has a rich and diverse history which is located 26km North of Melbourne. Originally the village of Epping was formed in 1853 and named after Epping Forest. At this time, a hotel (Est. 1844) and Catholic School were established, followed by a post office in 1857. Epping joined the Whittlesea Shire in 1915, by this time the Epping township contained a number of schools, churches, hotels and dairy farms. The area was predominately made up of Irish, Scots and German settlers.

The Epping Train station originally opened on December 23, 1889, as was a stop on the Whittlesea line. The Melbourne to Whittlesea railway operated between 1889 and 1960.

Photo of Epping Railway 1959

Photo of Epping Railway 1959.

Epping has a proud and rich sporting background. The local Epping Football Club (known as the Pingers) are a part of the Northern Football League and was established in 1895. The Football Club also share the recreation space with the Cricket Club and Tennis Club.

According to the 2011 census data, the statistics for Epping are:

Total Population = 26,346

Males = 13,041

Females = 13,305

Total Dwellings = 9,142

1 bedroom = 91 (1.1%)

2 bedrooms = 716 (8.5%)

3 bedrooms = 4,803 (56.9%)

4 bedrooms or more = 2,680 (31.8%)

Average People per Household = 3

Median Weekly Income = 1,283

Family Composition

Couple family without children = 2,022 (27.9%)

Couple family with children = 3,869 (53.4%)

One parent family = 1,242 (17.1%)

Map of Epping

Map of Epping Victoria 3076. Epping Local Home Cleaning Area.

In 2015, the Victorian Government delivered on a long held promise to move the Melbourne Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market to Epping.

Another landmark in Epping in the shopping centre, now known as Epping Plaza. Opening in 1996, the Plaza now totals more than 200 stores including Big W, Woolworths, Coles, Target and Reading Cinema. Stage 6 of the expansion is set to start in 2015. This expansion will allow for another 55 specialty stores, including KMart. An expanded car park will adjoin a new CostCo supermarket.

Just north of Epping is the Aurora Estate. Planning for the Aurora Estate commenced in 2000. The Aurora development is partly located in the suburb of Epping and the rural area of Wollert. Covering a land mass of 668 hectares, Aurora’s boundary is Hume Highway, Craigieburn Road, Epping Road and O’Hearns Road.

Home is Aurora are expected to meet a 6 star energy rating. Ideas to achieve this are for all residential housing to use energy efficient appliances, solar-heating, properly installed installation and houses designed with good ventilation and oriented windows. Recycled water is a key initiative of the Aurora development.

History of Wollert

“Wollert” is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘where possums abound and is located 27km North of Melbourne. From 1836, the land surround Wollert was mainly used for raising sheep. In 1953, along with the establishment of Epping, Wollert converted to smaller farming lots and became a dairy community.

The first school in Wollert (built by the Church of England) commenced in 1852. In 1877, this school was replaced by bluestone building and Government school. This school operated until 1994.

According to the 2011 census data, the statistics for Wollert are:

Total Population = 509

Males = 267

Females = 242

Total Dwellings = 9,205

1 bedroom = 0 (0%)

2 bedrooms = 10 (5.6%)

3 bedrooms = 79 (44.6%)

4 bedrooms or more = 82 (46.3%)

Average People per Household = 2.7

Median Weekly Income = $1,355

Family Composition

Couple family without children = 69 (43.1%)

Couple family with children = 73 (45.6%)

One parent family = 14 (8.8%)

Map of Wollert

Map of Wollert, Victoria, 3750. Wollert Local Home Cleaning Area.

Located on Craigieburn Road and on the west boundary of Wollert is Brickworks Limited. A new and updated brick factory was commissioned by Austral Bricks in 2012.

History of South Morang

South Morang is located 27km North East of the Melbourne central business district. Settlement in the area started in 1877, however, significant development did not start until the 1980’s. Rapid changes in the area kicked of in the 1990’s when the population quadrupled.

The area of South Morang have many parklands and reserves. Some of the more popular reserves are Plenty Gorge Park, Morang Wetlands, LePage Homestead and Nioka Bush Camp. Other features of the area include the Municipal Offices, Civic Centre, Westfield Plenty Valley Shopping Centre and the Plenty Ranges Arts Centre. The South Morang post office originally opened in 1873 and moved to the Westfield Plenty Valley around 2012.

South Morang is an ethnic diverse area as is made up of ethnic groups from Italy, Greece, Malta, Croatia, Macedonia, Russia, Britain and New Zealand.

The South Morang Train station (originally called Stopping Place No 39) opened around 1890, as was a stop on the Whittlesea line. This station closed in 1959 as part of the Whittlesea Railway closure. In 1999, the Victorian Government promised to restore the rail line services by 2003. After much politics, the new South Morang railway station opened to the public on 22 April 2012.

According to the 2011 census data, the statistics for South Morang are:

Total Population = 20,873

Males = 10,224

Females = 10,649

Total Dwellings = 6,948

1 bedroom = 18 (0.3%)

2 bedrooms = 358 (5.6%)

3 bedrooms = 2,855 (44.6%)

4 bedrooms or more = 3,092 (48.3%)

Average People per Household = 3.1

Median Weekly Income = $1,576

Family Composition

Couple family without children = 1,361 (24.1%)

Couple family with children = 3,385 (60.0%)

One parent family = 827 (14.7%)

Map of South Morang

Map of South Morang, Victoria, 3752. South Morang Local Home Cleaning Area.

History of Mill Park

Located just south of South Morang, Mill Park is located 19km North of the Melbourne. Mill Park is named after the Mill Park property that was owned by Henry “Money” Miller. The property specialised in horse breeding. The overall landscape was largely unchanged until the 1950’s and 1960’s. Following a residential development growth in Bundoora, the Mill Park Village formed in the 1950’s with the Plough Inn (now a part of the Stable Shopping Centre) being seen as a nucleus of the area.

Today, you will see many streets of Mill Park being named after the rich thoroughbred history. Some street names are Redleap Avenue (named after the Redleap Racing Stables), Pharlap, Carbine, Eaglet and Whernside. Mill Park Drive is a big oval ring, which was once a horse racing track.

During the 1980’s, Mill Park experienced rapid residential growth. The Post Office opened on 1st August 1983.

Besides the rich horse breeding and racing history, Mill Park has a number of landmarks including RMIT Bundoora East Campus, Yellow Gum Park, Library and the ‘Blue Lake”.

Mill Park has continued to expand, Mill Park has expanded the neighborhood north to an area now called Mill Park Lakes. Mill Park Plaza (on Plenty Road) has grown to include businesses such as McDonalds, Hungry Jacks, KFC, Bunnings Hardware, TAB and the Bank of Queensland. All local favourites include Shuga, BuzyKids Indoor Play Centre and Aquastyle Swimming School.

According to the 2011 census data, the statistics for Mill Park are:

Total Population = 30,517

Males = 15,053

Females = 15,464

Total Dwellings = 10,312

1 bedroom = 29 (0.3%)

2 bedrooms = 589 (6.1%)

3 bedrooms = 5,531 (57.4%)

4 bedrooms or more = 3,338 (34.7%)

Average People per Household = 3.1

Median Weekly Income = $1,367

Family Composition

Couple family without children = 2,185 (25.9%)

Couple family with children = 4,779 (56.7%)

One parent family = 1,333 (15.8%)

Map of Mill Park

Map of Mill Park, Victoria, 3082. Mill Park Local Home Cleaning Area

History of Mernda

Located just north of South Morang, Mernda is located 30km North East of the Melbourne. Mernda was originally known as Morang and Yan Yean, until 1893 when it was renamed to Yan Yean South. In 1913, the local renamed it to Mernda. Mernda is derived from an Wurundjeri word meaning Earth.

In 1913, Mernda contained a school, Methodist Church, railway station (as part of the Whittlesea Railway), a mechanics institute and the Bridge Inn Hotel. The Post Office opened in 1875.

As part of the residential growth, developments on the corner of Bridge Inn Road and Plenty Road are planned. As part of these developments, a new Mernda Railway Station is planned.

Mernda has a very active and successful sporting culture. The Mernda Football Club (known as the Demons) has been operating for over 100 years and now is part of the Northern Football League. During this time they have won more than 18 premierships. Cricket is also a strength in the Mernda community. The Mernda Cricket Club has won a number of premiership over many and as part of many districts.

The best known landmark in the Mernda area would be the Bridge Inn Hotel. Built in 1885, the hotel is a priceless piece of history. In 2012, the Hotel temporarily closed for renovations. In December 2013, the new look Hotel opened it’s doors. Now the history blends with modern architecture to offer the members of the surrounding communities a place to gather and relax.

According to the 2011 census data, the statistics for Mernda are:

Total Population = 6,508

Males = 3,211

Females = 3,297

Total Dwellings = 2,562

1 bedroom = 5 (0.2%)

2 bedrooms = 49 (2.2%)

3 bedrooms = 971 (43.7%)

4 bedrooms or more = 1,169 (52.6%)

Average People per Household = 2.8

Median Weekly Income = $1,597

Family Composition

Couple family without children = 629 (33.5%)

Couple family with children = 976 (51.9%)

One parent family = 244 (13.0%)

Map of Mernda

Map of Mernda, Victoria, 3754. Mernda Local Home Cleaning Area.

History of Doreen

Patrick Reid settled the area in 1844, calling it “Hazel Glen” and is located 26km North East of the Melbourne. The Post Office opened in 1870. The area was renamed to Doreen in 1895.

The the Early 2000’s, Lend Lease undertook a residential development called Laurimar. While this development has been completed, the community has a great shopping centre, a number of community driven primary schools, a number of great private schools (Ivanhoe Grammar and Plenty Valley Christian College).

On the northern board of Doreen is the Yan Yean Reservoir, which is one of the oldest reservoirs in Melbourne.

According to the 2011 census data, the statistics for Doreen are:

Total Population = 11,276

Males = 5,597

Females = 5,679

Total Dwellings = 3,987

1 bedroom = 4 (0.1%)

2 bedrooms = 57 (1.6%)

3 bedrooms = 1,203 (33.8%)

4 bedrooms or more = 2,254 (63.4%)

Average People per Household = 2.0

Median Weekly Income = $1,793

Family Composition

Couple family without children = 960 (30.2%)

Couple family with children = 1,856 (58.5%)

One parent family = 333 (10.5%)

Map of Doreen

Map of Doreen, Victoria, 3754. Doreen Local Home Cleaning area

History of Whittlesea

Whittlesea was settled in 1837 (named after Whittlesey, England) and is located 36km North North East of the Melbourne on the Plenty River.. The Post Office opened on 1 September 1853. The area was renamed to Whittlesea in 1864..

The railway station was opened on the 23rd December 1959 and was mainly used for the logging trade, taking logs from the Kinglake and Whittlesea area for milling in Melbourne.

On 22nd January 2009 Health Minister Daniel Andrews opened an ambulance station in Whittlesea. Some 16 days later, on the 7th February 2009, Whittlesea become the focal point of the nation while firefighters provided support during the Black Saturday bushfires. The bushfires covered an area from Kilmore, Mount Disappointment and to Kinglake. Many lives were lost.

Whittlesea is home to the picturesque Whittlesea Country Club, famous for their 18 hole golf course.

According to the 2011 census data, the statistics for Whittlesea are:

Total Population = 4,826

Males = 2,401

Females = 2,425

Total Dwellings = 1,804

1 bedroom = 29 (1.8%)

2 bedrooms = 205 (12.5%)

3 bedrooms = 787 (48.1%)

4 bedrooms or more = 590 (36.1%)

Average People per Household = 2.7

Median Weekly Income = $1,212

Family Composition

Couple family without children = 407 (31.9%)

Couple family with children = 644 (50.4%)

One parent family = 210 (16.4%)

Map of Whittlesea

Map of Whittlesea, Victoria, 3757. Whittlesea Local Home Cleaning area.

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