Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Clutter Therapy
We would have a telephone conversation to talk about what you needed and then make an appointment for me to visit you. We would then discuss a way forward and book a session. Decluttering sessions last a minimum of 3 hours to 5 hours and we work together.
I can help you by taking items to charity shops, advise you on how to sell items and bag up unwanted items for the local recycling centre. I cannot take bags to the centre because of waste handling restrictions.
Please don’t worry, I am coming to help not to judge. Together we can work through it.
Yes, I will never pass on your details. I do not have advertising logos on my car or a uniform. I may ask your permission to take before and after photographs, as this helps you to see just how far you’ve come, sometimes I will ask if I can use them on my website.
I clean as I go. Dusting shelves or hoovering this is a partnership, however Clutter Therapy is not a cleaning company, I can help you find a local cleaner if this is something you require.
Yes, I can either see you and make a list of recommendations or help you to stage your home for sale. Often a cluttered room can look much smaller than it really is. Buyers often find it difficult to see past the clutter, so clearing it and using your furniture and belongings to show off the space is important.
Often it’s useful to start with most cluttered area as this will make the biggest difference or a part of the house you use the most as this will help you to see what is possible.
Yes, I love this as your giving the gift of space and time!
Having your own personnel organiser is getting more common all the time, we can discuss a maintenance programme on a regular basis or you can call me for help whenever you need me.
Any unanswered questions?
If you have any questions that aren’t included on here please get in touch!