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Best Home Organizers in Portland

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Portland Home Organizers on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.

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Portland, OR 97286

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5.0 (26)
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5.0 (7)
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5.0 (2)

Why choose this provider?

Embrace Your Space offers home organizing services in Portland. All solutions are customized per each client's unique needs and goals, and the group aims to simplify, streamline, and organize in order to regain a balance and renewed sense of energy and life into a space. Services include a complimentary home assessment, organization, streamlining, and relocation throughout the home, garage and basement organization, home office and paper management, custom storage designs, removal of unneeded items, and product recommendations and purchase. Personal assistant services are also available.

Portland, OR 97239

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5.0 (6)

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Established by Cari Sweet, Jane Organizes is a professional home organizer that has been serving Portland since 2016. Sweet, who holds a BA in Business Administration with a focus on Management and Leadership, previously worked for offices, events, and restaurants. She helps clients declutter and establish organizing systems for customers' lifestyles. Catering to both residential and commercial clients, she offers garage cleaning, organization for home and office, and paper and digital filing systems.

Portland, OR 97229

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4.0 (1)
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5.0 (1)

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NW Organizing Solutions brings years of home organizing experience to the Portland area. All services are tailored to each client's needs and style and include a complimentary home assessment, streamlining of spaces and belongings, organization of multiple rooms and areas, custom storage systems, product recommendations and purchase, and removal of unwanted items. The owner also specializes in relocations for the elderly and is trained as a Senior Move Manager, is a Golden Circle member of NAPO, is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers, and adheres to the code of ethics for both organizations.

Portland, OR 97202

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5.0 (36)
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5.0 (12)
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5.0 (10)

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ZeroChaos is a Portland home- and business-organizing service backed by over two decades of experience. ZeroChaos handles space planning and organizing with four-hour and six-hour on-site sessions and multiple-session packages. ZeroChaos can also help clients with downsizing and relocation services, and the company offers an online list of resources for donating and recycling unwanted items. ZeroChaos's owner previously worked in advertising, producing, and coordinating photo shoots, event logistics at art shows, and fundraising. ZeroChaos recently added Virtual Organizing sessions for people who live outside of Oregon to her service options.

11032 SW 47TH AVENUE, PORTLAND, OR 97219

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5.0 (7)
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5.0 (1)

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OrganiZEN aims to help clients achieve harmonious living through minimalism. Suzie Sandoval believes that the clutters and distractions in the spaces in which people live affect not only their environment but also their quality of life. As a ZEN space designer, she works with individuals and businesses near Portland to create ZEN spaces for them and maintain a clutter-free lifestyle. Using OrganiZEN® methodologies, she offers evaluations of clients' properties and helps them organize their homes and offices.

Portland, OR

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5.0 (4)

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Susan Weber Organizing, LLC has been helping people keep their homes organized in Portland for over five years. Clients include homeowners who need basic organization, those looking to downsize, people who are moving or retiring, and those who simply want help with memorabilia. The owner has been a member of NAPO's Golden Circle for five years, is Certified by the Institute for Professional Organizers, and volunteers for the Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon as well. Susan Weber Organizing also offers services for businesses, "solopreneurs," and home-based businesses.

Portland, OR 97217

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4.5 (7)

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Get it Straight Organizing & Events brings over 20 years of home organizing experience to the Portland area. Homeowners can request the organization of their home or office as well as assistance with packing and moving homes, and the group has a reputation for being efficient, friendly, and professional. Get it Straight is dedicated to helping clients create more functional spaces and repurposing areas such as a garage, also offers services for event planning, project management, and wedding day coordination, and can serve as a personal assistant as well.

Portland, OR

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Organized Space Solutions, LLC has been a Portland home organizing company since 2011. The team strives to help clients save time and money, become more efficient, and regain control of their lives via de-cluttering their home spaces. Services cover organizing for various rooms, downsizing and combining of households, and post-move unpacking and organizing, and business services are also available. The owner is known to be easy to work with and patient, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology, and is a member of NAPO, a former member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization, and a former member of Holistic Organizers as well.

FAQs

  • Introduction

    Busy lives can cause clutter and disorder to quickly and steadily build up in our homes. Before long, there's a mess that isn't easily tackled and can seem overwhelming. Hiring a professional home organizer may be the best way to remove this chaos and improve your lifestyle at home. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about home organizers, including what they can help you with and what to expect if you hire one.

  • What are some methods to organize a home office?

    Tidy the desktop by using document trays, pen and pencil holders, and a mobile phone holder. Computer monitor stands assist with a neat and organized look. Tackle office storage with bookshelves or open shelving to hold reference materials and display items. Finish off with a small filing or stationery cabinet.

  • What are some methods to organize documents at home?

    Decide on a logical category structure for documents that you need to keep, such as bills, medical records, tax filings, property deeds, and personal documents. Then, group items by date, place them into labeled manila folders, and store them appropriately in a container or cabinet.

  • What are some tips to declutter daily, so the mess doesn\'t pile up?

    Tackle clutter every day by setting a timer for a short period, such as 15 minutes, and then, jump headlong into clearing a trouble spot. Another way is to make a priority list of decluttering jobs and complete one each day.

  • What are some tips to organize your home on a budget?

    A cheap, easy way to improve home organization is to buy inexpensive over-the-door hooks, adhesive strip hooks, or hook strips. Then, put them around the house for hanging coats, dressing gowns, hats, keys, or any frequently used items. A low-cost coat and hat rack with an umbrella stand placed strategically can be invaluable.

  • How much do home organizers charge?

    According to the project hiring site HomeAdvisor, professional home organizers have an average cost of $482. At a lower skill level, a home organizer may cost $255. In contrast, highly skilled self-employed individuals or agency-employed organizers cost closer to $760.

  • What does a home organizing session look like?

    Most home organizing jobs take between two  and 10 hours. Methods vary, but many organizers use a sorting method (keep, donate, trash) for clothing and other items. First, saved items are sorted into categories to determine access and display modes. Finally, the items are placed into specified storage containers or shelving in a precise manner.