Professinal Organising FAQ
Below you’ll find a collection of some of the questions I get asked most frequently. I’ve answered these questions as best I can, so I hope you find the info you’re looking for. If not, get in touch and I’ll do my best to help you as soon as possible.
What is the difference between the Housekeeping Service & Organising Service?
Housekeeping includes basic cleaning & tidying, tailored to the clients need. It can be done with or without the client home. Cleaning is the process of removing dirt, impurities and germs from an object or environment. Clients can add bedmaking, folding, dishes etc to their service. Organising is a one-on-one service with the Client; to sort belongings into groups, arranging them neatly in spaces, introduce or reimagine storage solutions and help remove unwanted items from their homes. It is recommended that the Client is at home during the service regardless of how hands-on they may be.
How can a Professional Organiser help me?
Professional Organiser's role is to work alongside you and coach you through decluttering and organising decisions in order to improve areas of your home. We support you in clearing clutter, introducing systems to help you maintain your spaces and help motivate you to stay on task.
How long does a practical session go for?
Times vary from client to client. Multiple sessions may be required to reach the desired outcome.
I recommend that you book an initial session (2hrs - 6hrs) to help get an idea of how long your goal may take to achieve. There are many variables to consider; the size of room, volume of items, how much coaching you need to make decisions or if time is spent sharing stories about items, how much time and effort you are able to invest during and between sessions.
Will you make me get rid of all my stuff?
You will have the final say on what is kept, sold, donated or disposed. Monarch Domestic Services will support you to make decisions that will suit you lifestyle and overall vision.
Are you an NDIS provder?
Although I am not a registered NDIS service provider I do provide services for self-managed and plan-managed NDIS Participants.
I keep records or basic session notes that may be useful for you and your Plan Manager with setting goals and tacking your progress.
Can you value my items?
No, I cannot offer advice on the value of items. I may be able to help you connect with someone who can.
How do I pay?
We accept cash or direct bank deposits.
A $50 deposit is required to confirm all Organising Practical Sessions and final payment is required on the day of service.