Cost To Hire An Organizer
Most homeowners spend between $312 to $505 nationally.
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For many people, office and personal organization are an ongoing challenge. From keeping up with paperwork that arrives in the mail on a daily basis to sorting through the shoes and clothes in the closet that are no longer in style or fit, organizing can be a difficult, confusing, and time consuming process. In order to get a fresh start, many people turn to a professional organizer. The services of an organizer can help a person develop a plan for home and office organization for living a future free of clutter. In order to plan for getting organized in the home and office, many people first want to know how much the project will cost.
National Hire a Professional Organizer Costs
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|National Average Cost||$470|
|Average Range||$312 to $505|
How do we get this data? This info is based on 804 cost profiles, as reported by ImproveNet members.
Average Cost to Hire an Organizer
The average cost to hire a professional organizer is $380. Most homeowners pay between $335 and $425 for professional organizing services. At the low end of the spectrum, hiring an organizer cost $200, while at the upper end, the amount paid was $600. Some organizers charge a flat fee per visit, while others charge by the hour for time spent working with you. This amount of money only includes the organizer's fee and does not include any home remodeling, storage containers, rental of a Dumpster for clutter disposal, or therapy fees for health conditions that make maintaining an organizational system difficult.
Factors in the Total Project Cost
The cost to hire an organizer will vary by the amount of space that needs to be organized, whether you need a single session or ongoing assistance, and whether or not you need additional services like therapy to treat conditions like obsessive - compulsive disorder (OCD) or hoarding. If you need to rent a Dumpster to contain items removed from your home during the organization process, you'll pay a towing, rental, and disposal fee. If there are any hazardous items being removed from your home or office, such as old appliances, electronics, or mildewed items, there may be an increased cost for the project. If your home or office needs to be remodeled as part of the organization process, this will add to the cost as well.