What is a Professional Organizer?
A Professional Organizer helps individuals and businesses take control of their surroundings, their time, their paper, and their systems for life. We give you the systems and tools you need to get and stay in control at work and at home.

What types of people do you work with?
We work with business owners, residential clients, people who are preparing to move, and seniors who are downsizing their homes. If you have a work space or home space that needs organizing, we can help you!

How do you work with clients?
Each project begins with a no-obligation conversation that helps us assess the best way we can work together. We then create a work arrangement that fits your needs and budget. We see some clients every week, while we work with others on individual projects.

How do you charge?
Our fees are based on a competitive hourly rate. For scheduling purposes, we ask for a 3-hour minimum and 48 hours for all cancellations.

How do you handle organizing projects?

We come prepared with the tools and supplies we need for each project and work. We are a hands-on organization, working side by side with you to assess the area, identify solutions, clear and organize space and then create a system to maintain it. We always try to work with organizing products and supplies you have on hand before suggesting the purchase of any additional products.

What happens to all the stuff we decide we don’t want?

We take away everything that will fit in our truck! We never want to leave you with a pile of boxes after a project is finished. Through our partnerships with consignment shops, charitable groups and recycling organizations, we handle all items responsibly.

Once you’re gone, how do I keep the space organized?

Part of each project involves creating a system that works for you to keep you organized. The project’s success depends not only on our expertise and delivery but on your commitment to maintain the systems we create together. And we’re always available to return for periodic touch-ups or to re-evaluate a space if your situation changes.