By using our decluttering services you can make the most of your space whether it is possessions or paperwork that is your bug bear. Clients, of all ages and from all walks of life, come to us because they need help on how to get organised.
Our decluttering services helps you declutter your home and your life. We are members of APDO UK – The Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers. So contact us when you want help to weed your wardrobe, sort out your shelves, organise your office, clear out your cupboards, put your paperwork in order, lick your loft into shape, glam up your garage or reorganise your rooms. Recently our services have been discussed on ITV’s Loose Women programme with Denise Welch.
Whether you need just a little assistance or you have a bigger project we can show you how to get organised for life and make the most of your space and resources. We’ll help you to find a place for everything you need and get rid of what is no longer of use – most items can be recycled for others to use or you may be able to sell them.
Your surplus belongings can be sold or passed on to someone; donated to charity or recycled. Start with one room, do the whole house, the garage, the loft ….. Clear space to live, to think, and to enjoy your home again.
If you are in business we can also help you declutter your office/premises so that you can work more efficiently. Using our commercial experience we can also review and declutter your business procedures and processes so that you make the best use of that precious resource – time.
It isn’t just the practical aspect of decluttering though , we look to the future too. Your concierge will help you find processes, habits and storage that work for you, so that once you’ve got things straight, you can keep them that way. And with our concierge connections to trusted vetted trademen we can help you source any tradesmen you require to make the most of your living space.
Coming Soon … Case studies from our decluttering services and links to articles on decluttering and how to get organised