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What OWA Offers

Life is constantly changing, and the pace of life in this area doubles-down on added stress. Moving? New baby? Older kids leaving the nest? Adjusting your work-from-home setup? Limited storage and extra boxes that may have followed you from your last move (or three)? These are all opportunities to work with a professional organizer! Whether you’re feeling completely overwhelmed by the clutter or just need a nudge to get yourself on top of things again, reach out to Organize with Alison Home Solutions – I can help get you back on track. 

I know how valuable your time is. I offer a consistent, full-service hourly rate ($105) to help you get the most out of our time together. Wherever you need help, at whatever pace you're comfortable.

Below I've outlined the average hours needed for most home organization projects. Your project hours will be tailored to you and your space. An updated project scope will be provided after our call or in-home consultation. 

A quick note on Paper Organization: I love helping you tame your paper files! These projects don't follow the same timeframes as other spaces and I recommend several short(er) sessions when you need help creating a file management system or have lots of piles to be filed into your current system. Every paper project is different, so I won't give you an estimate on how long it will take to complete until we've had at least one session together. 

3 - 8 Hours

Focus on one smaller space or project like a linen or storage closet, pantry cabinet, or clearing off your desk.

9 - 14 Hours

One larger space or project like a kitchen, walk-in pantry, bedroom closet, or office.

15+ Hours

For your biggest spaces or heavily cluttered areas. Think large kitchens, the garage, basement, hobbyist collections, or multiple areas of the home to be addressed in one sweep.

Tell Me About Your Project

What about your home is driving you crazy right now? Tell me about your space, what you'd like to see change or improve, and, if you have them, provide any pictures or video so I can get an idea of what we're working with. 

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