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What is the Difference Between Decluttering and Organizing?

Organizing and decluttering are two terms that are often using interchangeably. It’s no surprise then that there is often confusion about what they mean and how they are connected. Decluttering is first step in the organization process, and sometimes the only step. Examples of jobs that primarily involve decluttering are […]
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What Are the Advantages of Hiring a Consultant Over Do It Yourself Organizing?

If you need to get organized, your first decision is whether you should tackle the job yourself or hire a Professional to help you. Although doing it yourself might seem like a tempting option, you should consider the facts before acting. You can enjoy many advantages and benefits by hiring […]
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What Are Your Hours of Service?

We book sessions weekdays, weeknights, and weekends from: 9 AM – 12 Noon 1 PM – 4 PM 6 PM – 9 PM The times in between are reserved for travel. We also book on Saturdays and Sundays if the client requires weekend service. There is no additional charge for weekend hours.
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How Much Does a Professional Organizer cost?

Our fee is $185 plus HST per 3.5 hour session. The range of Professional Organizer fees in Toronto is generally $50-$100/hour. At the equivalent of $55/hour, our fee is an excellent comparative value. Prices are subject to change, based on individual requirements. Please contact us for a firm […]
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What Areas Do You Service?

Toronto and the GTA, including Mississauga, North York, Etobicoke, Burlington, Milton, Oakville, and Scarborough.
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How Can Your Services Help Me?

We can help you to: Regain control of your environment. Alleviate clutter related stress and anxiety. Enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home. Reduce the time it takes to clean and tidy your space. Arrange your space so that you can quickly and easily locate your belongings. Store more of what matters.
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