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Best Home Organizers in Pittsburgh

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Pittsburgh 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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98 Vanadium Road, Bridgeville, PA 15017 Rating

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5.0 (17)
4.8 (12)

Why choose this provider?

Discover Organizing Inc. is a Bridgeville company consisting of professional home organizers serving clients in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Since 2003, the company has been providing services such as professional organizing, downsizing, and moving assistance to its clients, helping people achieve a clutter-free and simpler lifestyle. The team at Discover Organizing Inc. organizes various areas in the home, such as the kitchen, bathroom, closet, attic, and basement. They also organize home offices, digital and print photos, and memorabilia.

6009 Stratford Court, Pittsburgh, PA 15237 Rating

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3.8 (23)
5.0 (1)

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Method to the Madness is a professional home organization company founded in 2000. It advises clients in and around Pittsburgh, analyzing their home either in person or via online platforms like Zoom and Skype. The company guides clients in identifying clutter and unnecessary messes in their house. The company also provides strategies to enable clients to focus on personal and professional work at home. Founder Jodi Eisner previously worked for 11 years as a social worker, which helped her gain organizational skills.

318 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15216 Rating

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5.0 (55)
4.3 (33)
5.0 (10)

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Inspired Closets - Pittsburgh offers custom organization solutions in the area. The company's closet experts work closely with clients to assess homeowners' organization needs and aesthetic goals. They help create closet designs, recommending suitable finishes, colors, and layouts. Moreover, they provide hardware and product options and assist in the preparation and execution phases. Certified professional organizer Leslie McKee has been leading the team in transforming spaces for nearly two decades. An accredited ACSP designer, her husband Sandy is a skilled carpenter.

6367 Burchfield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15217 Rating

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5.0 (7)
5.0 (4)

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Muffet Designs LLC provides home organization services to individuals and families near Pittsburgh. The company works with clients to determine the scope of work, designing custom plans that will work for them and their budget. It takes inventory of their belongings and creates personalized, functional spaces for their attics, children's play areas, closets, garages, kitchens, and basements. Muffet Designs owner Molly Muffet firmly believes in reducing waste and recycles, donates, and freecycles unwanted items for clients.

1404 Beechwood Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15217-1327

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A+ Organizing is a Pittsburgh-based business specializing in home, office, and virtual organization; estate clearance and moves; and relocations. Its team of organizers clean, maintain and arrange homes and offices based on aesthetics, form, and functionality. A+ Organizing has been certified by both The Board of Certification for Professional Organizers and the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. Additionally, it has been a member in good standing for over a decade of the National Association of Professional Organizers.

515 Demmler Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15237 Rating

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5.0 (2)

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Organization Rules, Inc. is a local company in Pittsburgh helping clients simplify their lives by assisting in the process of decluttering and organizing. The company assists clients who need help with residential organizing, senior downsizing, and chronic hoarding and disorganization. Owner and certified professional organizer Vickie Dellaquila abides by compassionate service to clients, no matter their situation. She has, for example, the expertise to help seniors with downsizing or relocation processes to better ease their transition to a new home.


  • 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.