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Best Home Organizers in Harrisburg, PA

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1880 Powder Mill Road, York, PA 17402 Rating

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5.0 (5)
5.0 (3)

Why choose this provider?

Organized Treasure: Katie McAllister, Certified Prof. Organizer, helps Harrisburg clients declutter spaces to bring back peace and order in their homes. Katie McAllister offers professional organization services sorting through living and storage spaces, children's bedrooms, and offices in three-hour sessions. She assists in senior transitions to help clients determine things to keep, sell, or give away before they move, as well as the unpacking and organization once they have settled into their new homes. McAllister has been featured in various publications including LNP Lancaster Online.

1 Brentwood Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011 Rating

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5.0 (4)

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Organize Harrisburg was founded by Jamie to help clients in Harrisburg. Obsessed with cleaning and removing unwanted clutter herself, she has decided to use this quirk to help others get organized with their own things. Her list of packages includes home, office, and organized moving. In helping her customers, Jamie always follows three simple steps--planning, shopping for storage supplies, and disposal of unwanted items. Organize Harrisburg accepts booking appointments on the company website.

5515 Rodgers Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17112 Rating

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5.0 (5)

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Deb's Organizing is a business that helps families in Harrisburg organize their homes. As a professional home organizer, Deb values the confidentiality of every client she works with. Her services include downsizing, clutter control, relocation packing or unpacking, and donation arrangements. She organizes various spaces such as living areas, dining rooms, pantries, bedrooms, and garages. Clients have commended Deb for her impressive work, strong work ethic, excellent service, and efficiency.

5400 Paxton Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111 Rating

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4.0 (27)

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California Closets is a Harrisburg-based custom storage solution provider. The company provides storage solutions to help clients get more out of their spaces. The company's process starts with a complimentary virtual in-home design consultation. Its team of design consultants will then design a custom storage solution based on the client's budget as well as the style they prefer. The company offers bedroom closet organization as well as garage, workspace, and living area organization. California Closets has been featured in various publications, including Architectural Digest.

Compare our Top Home Organizers

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Organized Treasure: Katie McAllister, Certified Prof. Organizer
1880 Powder Mill Road, York, PA 17402
Organize Harrisburg
1 Brentwood Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011
Deb's Organizing
5515 Rodgers Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17112
California Closets - Harrisburg
5400 Paxton Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111


  • 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.