If you are organized by nature,
this could be a unique business
helping those who are less organized
than you to get organized. You would go into a client's and organizer
his or her home office, closet or whatever room or space is in desparate
need of an organizational makeover.
Many times, clients just want
more space, yet don't know how to organize their space with everything
they own. They will be amazed with the end result.
Many clients end up being a
repeat client - you did such a good job on their closet, they now want
you to tackle their overflowing kitchen cupboards.
You should let your client's
know that your services come with a confidentiality agreement - this means
if you find a black leather bustier and handcuffs mixed in with a box
of rags, that you won't blab to others about it (no matter how tempting
it might be!)
If you will install shelving
or closet organizers as part of your service, be sure to specify these
costs are included in your fee, or if they must be purchased separately
by the homeowner. You don't want to complete a job only to have the client
faced with an unexpectedly high bill because they didn't consider a $300
closet organizer system bill.