Free Living Home Organizing Services
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
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Packing and Unpacking
Packing and Unpacking
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
My rate is the hourly, plus reimbursement for any organizing materials purchased. I request a non-refundable $50 deposit in advance which secures their appointment, and they do have an option to reschedule. If the client needs to reschedule, 48 hours notice in advance is preferred. There is no cancellation fee. For my organizing services, I will consult with you first over the phone about your needs and goals. Please provide photos of the space that requires organization and then from there I will assess and be able to arrive with the correct organizing/storage items on hand. I may recommend certain items for you to consider purchasing in advance so they may be available for our use. *IF THE RESIDENCE/OFFICE OUTSIDE OF A 15 MILE RADIUS FROM THE LOS ANGELES ZIP CODE OF 90057 Free Living Home Organizing REQUIRES A TRAVEL FEE OF $20.* For my packing services, I do NOT provide boxes, bubble wrap, and paper. However, I do provide labels, tape, markers for labeling, and of course, the "Know How". If the client sends photos of the space in advance, I can make appropriate recommendations as far as what will be needed. My packing expertise is what they are hiring rather than my providing all the materials which is why I am able to keep my hourly rate down. I do not provide the same services as a moving c ompany. Movers relocate your items from point A to point B and provide raw materials. I insure they arrive well packed and organized in such a way that the client (or I) can unpack the items easily into the new home. *IF THE RESIDENCE/OFFICE IS OUTSIDE OF A 15 MILE RADIUS FROM THE LOS ANGELES ZIP CODE OF 90057 Free Living Home Organizing REQUIRES A TRAVEL FEE OF $20.*
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Once I arrive, I ask about the client(s)' lifestyle, their goal for the space, and for a tour of the space. I start by gathering like items together, removing any garbage, and sorting with broad strokes. Then I start to make decisions on storage and organizing options for the items. The client can be as involved with this process or as uninvolved as they wish. It is entirely dependent on their comfort and in addition to getting the job done to the best of my abilities, that is what is most important to me.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?
About a decade ago, I was a working professional makeup artist. I was highly organized and most of my clients (many of whom were photographers, models, and artists) took notice and eventually a few who I became friendly with asked me to help them organize their spaces. I developed a taste for it almost immediately but I did not understand what a viable career this type of work was. I retired out of makeup artistry, and began to work for friends organizing their homes for extra money. I grew to truly love this work and began to establish an online presence. And now here I am, very happy and grateful to do this work and meet and help the wonderful people I do because of it.