Where to Find Help to Organize Your Home

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Maybe you have tried for years but you are just not an organized person and you don't think that you can be the type of person to figure out your own organizational needs.
Don't worry, there is help out there.
Some help is quiet easy to find.
If you are looking to organize a closet, finding a company that can provide you a solution is no problem.
But if your needs are a little bit bigger, you need to turn to something that is more personal.
Hiring a professional organizer might be the right step for you.
But, you want to make sure you find the right one.
So, where do you start? That question is easier then you might think.
I mean, when was the last time that you saw the side of a bus containing an advertisement for a professional organizer? You might have luck looking in your local newspaper professional listing or the yellow pages under "Organizing Products and Services".
You can also go to the automated referral system on the internet called the National Association of Professional Organizers.
This site helps you find the right person for you by allowing you to search by location or by organizing specialty.
You will have access to a list of names and contact information for professional organizers that will be able to match your criteria.
Before you settle on any one person, make sure you speak to several professional organizers.
It is recommended to meet them in person.
Ask them if they offer a free estimate.
You will also want to find out if they are a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).
This does not guarantee that the quality of the work that they do will be sufficient but, it does show that they have a strong commitment to continuing education and an industry code of ethics.
A few other questions that you might need to know is how long they have been a professional organizer.
What are their areas of expertise? What results can you expect from the service they will provide for you? Make sure that you obtain and follow up on their references.
This is someone you are going to be inviting into your home and putting a decent amount of time and effort tin.
You will also need to be prepared to answer their questions about you and your organizational needs.
Be honest with them.
If you are the type of person who throws mail into a pile everyday and tends not to go through it for a week, let them know.
This is the reason they are there to help so don't be embarrassed to be honest about how unorganized you really are.
Most professional organizers will charge between $50 and $200 an hour but there are some who prefer value based pricing and will charge by the project.
But, if you can picture yourself with an organized home or an organized office, the price is well worth it.
Your dreams of living in a cutter free environment really can come true.
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