How We’re Handling Working During Covid-19
Our goal is not only to keep you organized and productive, but to also keep you safe. To that end, we have incorporated safety measures during Covid-19. We have expanded our virtual organizing services via FaceTime and Zoom. We are also working in person, taking prudent precautions to keep everyone safe: washing our hands upon arrival; having both organizer and client wearing masks (we will provide one for you if needed); utilizing other PPE (personal protective equipment) such as gloves and shields where appropriate; and to the extent possible, we will maintain at least 6-feet of distance from clients and colleagues. Although we love getting grateful hugs from our clients, for safety’s sake, we won’t even shake your hand during Covid. Plus, every new client receives a bottle of In Order branded hand sanitizer. We are also waiving our cancellation fees should you, or anyone in your household, be exposed to Covid and/or exhibit symptoms of Covid.
Welcome to In Order, Inc., where we can help you achieve the peaceful tranquility of a clear mountain lake by finding solutions to the organizing issues that currently overwhelm, frustrate, and annoy you. We will transform your home or office from chaos to calm efficiency. If your goal is to get better organized, we can help!
In Order, Inc. is a full-service personal organizing firm based in Northern New Jersey. As a Certified Professional Organizer®, I am trained to work with you, one-on-one, to help you conquer your organizing challenges and achieve your organizing goals. I’ll teach you how to declutter. Whether your organizing frustrations are in your home or home office, whether you’re overwhelmed with papers or the daily mail, or whether you feel buried in clutter or possessions, I will work side-by-side with you to help you get rid of clutter, figure out what you want to keep, what you no longer need or use, and then create a system so that you know what you have and can find it easily when you need it. That way, you’ll be able to spend your time doing what you love, rather than wasting time being frustrated looking for things you can’t find.
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