Clutterless Home Solutions LLC
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Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, responsiveness, and professionalism.
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Packing and Unpacking
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
For my primary service, Professional (Home, etc.) Organizing I charge a base price of $75 per hour, with a 4 hour or $300 minimum. This fee includes my time, labor and expertise in organizing. I am very fast and efficient, so this factors into my pricing as well. I will also take a car load (in my spacious RAV4) of donations away for you. Hauling away the donated items every time makes it much easier to work towards the goal you’ve set. On average, I am about 1/3 faster than a lot of other organizers in Denver. For example, a job that would take one organizer 6 hours will usually take me 4. If you’re paying $60/hr with the other organizer, you would pay more and use up more time. Please give me a call and I will tell you why I’m worth it! As for additional fees, I charge for one hour of driving if your home/site is more than 45 minutes from my base of operations. If you need me to buy anything, I keep all receipts and those items will be reimbursed individually. As for my additional services, house cleaning is set by an algorithm with the Thumbtack app. I still charge an additional fee for commutes longer than 45 minutes. Packing is set at $75 per hour as well and is under the same parameters as organizing.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I try to tailor each job to the preference of the client. If they need a consultation, I make the time to see their space and talk to them about it before scheduling work days. Some clients prefer to just start quickly. I am always friendly, on time and happy to work with whomever is there to help.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I studied Communication Studies at Colorado State University. Taking courses in this field definitely equipped me to being able to work well with a lot of people and work well in conflict, which sometimes arises in certain organizational situations. I was a member at the Center for Public Deliberation in which I was a facilitator for people in the community to help with seemingly unsolvable problems - the training I received in this group has really helped me with certain clients when some of the people involved are wary of being “clutterless”.