Are you excited about moving into your new home but don’t know how or where to start packing your old home? We can take the stress of moving away from you. Confused about how to box up the kitchen, we’ve got it. Where to start with the clothes is your closet, we’ve got that handled too. We can pack your home so all of your boxes are ready to load when the movers arrive.
So you are at your new place, you loved it so much but now what? Boxes are everywhere with no end in sight! They are in your living room, your bathroom, and your bedroom. Where are you going to put all the clothes, the shoes, the purses and yes, his stuff too. Hateclutter will help you unpack your home and make sure all your belongings are put away in your new home.
Do you ever think to yourself “where did all that stuff come from?” During the packing and/or unpacking process, we can help you downsize your home. Do you have six ice cream scoops and don’t know which one to keep? Let’s sit down over a bowl of ice cream and decide which one you like the most. Do you have every single cooking gadget possible but don’t know what to keep or toss? Ask the experts, we are here to help!
Losing a loved one, can leave you filled with many emotions. It’s a tough time to make decisions with what to do with his or her belongings. We have been trained on to ask and what not to ask, Hateclutter will walk you through all of those “hard to make” decisions. We want to help you through this transition, making it as easy as possible for you.
Everything needs a space and every space needs a thing. HateClutter can take a look at your space and put your room together. Not because we have an interest in making things pretty but because of our professional training. As a member of NAPO we have taken courses to gain a deeper understanding of how to put spaces together. We pay attention to details so you can understand how a space can be utilized to its fullest. Vertical or horizontal, everything should “just fit.” Your belongings shouldn’t be put in an open spot just because it fits, it should be put away in its own organized place.
National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) is an association that recognizes individuals as a professional in their field. Members can further their education by taking courses to gain a deeper working knowledge of assisting clients with household management, home organization or working through life transitions. All Hateclutter employees are trained by NAPO members.