"Professional Organizers see YOU,

not your clutter"

- Jill Yesko, CPO, CPPO - Discover Organizing Inc.

Discover our

process

WHAT IS A LEAD ORGANIZER?

The Lead Organizers

These professionals provide hands-on direction to the home organizing process, space planning, and skills transference to the customer (i.e. learning how to let go of clutter, implementing organizing systems). The lead professional is the primary contact person for the client.

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Additional Organizers are Professional Organizers that are there to assist the Lead Organizer in completing the organizing project in an efficient manner, and to possibly meet a deadline. The Additional Organizer is present to label, build and break down boxes, and to clean up debris during an unpack and settle-in project. The Additional Organizer may also help by running items to different rooms of the home, working with family members and taking items to donation centers after an organizing session.

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HOW WE OPERATE

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STEP 1

Give us a call, or use the form on our "Contact Us" page, and we will schedule an initial assessment with one of our Organizing Professionals. Estimates are only provided at the end of the assessment, but we can disclose our hourly rates over the phone or email.

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STEP 2

One of our Organizing Professionals will meet you, explore your space, and discover your goals. You will receive a step-by-step plan on how we will help you reach those goals, a written estimate, and some organizing tips and local resources. 

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STEP 3

Once our service agreement has been signed, the lead professional organizer will schedule your first session. Since we believe it is necessary for you to be present during each appointment, we will do our best to accommodate your schedule.