How Much Does a Professional Organizer Cost?
We'll answer that, as well as some other professional decluttering FAQs.
Decluttering. It’s a chore most of us need to do, but sometimes that clutter pile grows so large the task feels impossible.
If that describes your situation, you might be asking, “How much does a professional organizer cost?” Read on for the answer to that question and others about decluttering services.
What Are Professional Organizers and What Do They Do?
You may be familiar with some of the more famous professional organizers, like Marie Kondo. But what exactly do they do?
The short answer is, a lot. Professional organizers can help you do everything from organizing a cabinet to turning your garage into a magazine spread.
A good organizer will work with you to design a system that fits your needs. They understand decluttering techniques are not “one size fits all.” They’ll take your space, schedule and current systems into account to help you get and stay organized.
How Can They Help?
You might be overwhelmed by all the clutter. But professional organizers aren’t. They employ different techniques and they’ll know what’s most likely to work for you and your space.
They also arrive without any sentimental connection to your things. That means they can offer a practical and unbiased perspective on what to keep, what to store, what to throw out and what to donate.
Many professional organizers work with you to design a system you can maintain once they’ve finished. This way, you’ll never again pay someone to come in and organize your home. You’ll have the roadmap for maintaining a clutter-free home.
How Much Do Decluttering Services Cost?
That depends on your location, the size of the job, and what materials are necessary.
Some organizers will charge per project while others charge per hour. According to Forbes, the average cost of a professional organizer is around $55 per hour. That can vary depending on the scale of your project.
When Do You Need a Professional Organizer?
Because professional organizers can do so much, there’s no hard and fast rule about when you should call one. If you’ve been struggling to tackle projects or feel like you don’t know where to start, it might be a good idea to reach out. Don’t wait until you’re drowning in piles.