Organizing Services Household & Business
Professionals working in this line of work often include interior designers and certified professional organizers. They have lots of experience with the design of a room, choosing the appropriate color combinations, furniture styles, and themes. They also happen to be great at organization. These organizing skills are what make them carve out a niche in organizing services. They market themselves to appeal to homes and businesses that need to crawl out from the clutter and start getting productive.
Many of them have websites where they showcase their previous work organizing rooms, garages, closets, desks, and offices. They may offer specials and discounts to get customers interested in their services. Some may even sell their own line of house and garage organizing products, such as bins, file cabinets, storage areas, desks, and door hangers.
Organizing services often offer free initial consultations and estimates on organization and cleaning solutions. This may involve a visit to the home or office to discuss what needs to be done and how much it will cost. Good skills to have in this business include the ability to be adaptable to new ideas, with good communication and time management skills. They should be friendly, helpful, proactive, and confident in their suggestions.
Services can range from space planning and clutter control to closet and storage design. They offer suggestions on how to cut out the house clutter by employing simple solutions like bins, shelving, drawers, file cabinets, and streamlined furniture. It also has to look good and be put together well, which is where the background in interior design comes in. They should have experience with efficient use of small spaces, furniture placement, removal and disposal, and spatial design. They may also assist the client with purchases, work one-on-one with chronic hoarders, and assist with small remodeling projects.