Why Choose Sue at Saving One’s Sanity?
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The company name, Saving One’s Sanity, is a play on the Morse Code signal for “distress,” or as we more commonly refer to it, an S.O.S.
I’m Sue Lowry, founder of Saving One’s Sanity, LLC, and I take a simple approach when I’m at work with my clients; I want to save them from their distress.
As a Professional Organizer, my skills include identifying the root causes that lead to clutter and disorganization within one’s living space. I work with each client assessing their needs and developing a “clutter control plan of action” that allows for a stress-free environment – whether it’s a closet, bedroom, basement or garage. My goal is to coach my client to take control of their surroundings, belongings, time, paper, and systems for the rest of their life.
Clutter “eats up” equity by eating-up your space! And when a buyer can’t see the space or the features of the room/home, they begin to ask themselves, “What’s wrong here?” As an Accredited Home Stager, I professionally prepare properties for the market place. My company can do as much or as little of the work as the client wants. I will feature their staged home on StagedHomes.com – providing another source of exposure in the real estate market. “The investment IN staging your home will always be less than a price reduction ON your home.” (Barbara Schwarz, StagedHomes.com Founder)
I wanted to drop you a quick note to let you know how much I appreciate the help with unpacking our home. As you can imagine, an international relocation is hard enough on the family and the last thing we were looking forward to doing was, to unpack. Your team… Denise, Angie and Deena were professional, polite and fast! I felt like they completely understood what needed to be done and only on occasion, would ask for direction. Please extend my thanks to all of them.
Where do I begin? Thank you for getting my house back! Your ideas AND the products you used were great. I love my dining room - no more xbox. The linen closet was a monster, but my closet was worse. It helped that you took the donations with you, out of sight, out of mind. You're the best.