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" and his partner arrived within the agreed upon window and ensured that the specifications for installation were correct before beginning." Both were friendly and professional. Installation of the four racks took about two hours and went without a hitch. Material quality is better than others I have seen in home improvement stores and they back it with a life-time guarantee. I just hope I never have to call them on it. Overall, an "A" for service and although it is pricey, I think the better craftsmanship is worth the price.

-James K.

"After they came out I had found out that the deal was different from what I had originally had thought and extra costs would be involved for the work I wanted do." They were very nice, but I have decided to not go forward with the service.

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She was flexible regarding our schedule. Her manner was very helpful and professional. I was pleased. However,many years worth of clutter cannot be cleared away in a single afternoon, and it's OUR job (not her's!) to do the work over the long term. She did her part; now we must do ours.

I had a bid from Shelf Genie and is the exact same shelves and installed exactly the same and much cheaper. The two men knew what they were doing and I was so pleased. I have referred them to a friend of mine and she is going to use them in her new house. It is so nice to not have to bend over so much. I am going to add some more at a later date.

There was no contact at all. Made wife POC as she is available all day and did not receive responses. Was told that calls were made, but didn't see any missed calls, no voicemail, etc. Had favorable reviews prior to ours, so perhaps it was just a bad time of the year or a busy time. Would like to give the benefit of the doubt.
- Jeff N.

I called to help me prepare our home for sale. Our realtor's photographer was coming and we wanted the pictures to look great in an effort to sell the house fast & for top dollar. was great about "shopping" the garage and closets for furniture and accessories that we already had to ...More keep costs down. She was also tactful about the items that needed to go or be cleaned/dusted! I was impressed that actually rolled up her sleeves and physically re-arranged furniture with me. I think we both worked up a sweat! She also told me exactly what stores to go to and described exactly what sort of accessories to buy to put on finishing touches... again, sensitive to what everything would cost. The photos of the house look great and more importantly, my family loves the way our house looks now. My only regret is that we didn't ask her to come when we first moved in! Overall, is very personable, easy to work with and understanding / non-judgmental of how the house looked "before." I had never used an organizer/decorator/ before, but I will definitely call her again when we get to our new place!!

- Richard S.

My husband, dogs and I live in a small house. We had acquired so much stuff that I was embarrassed to have anyone over. I tried over time to declutter on my own, but didn't really have the time. A friend told me about and I gave her a call. WOW! Everything turned out great. I chose to stay and help, but ...More doesn't require it. I can see how it was helpful because we got through much more and I could make decisions about what to keep, trash or give away. Over several visits, we worked on my living and dining room, my kitchen, my guest (junk) room, my master walk in closet, my main bathroom, and my laundry room. Usually, each room took about an eight hour day. Some days we did two rooms. She rearranged furniture to be more pleasing and usable, and remembered what I liked. At the end of each day each room was spotless and beautiful, with sparkling baseboards, blinds and fans. She helped me figure out our style, and was even able to tell that I didn't really like or use something we had in my home. Over time, she found me lamps for my bedroom, a storage, a mirror throw pillows, sofas. She would send me photos while she was on a client shopping day. If I liked it, she brought it to her next visit and I reimbursed her. She is usually able to return the items if it doesn't work out. She has a good eye for detail, and can work with any reasonable budget. If you're looking for your own TV home makeover day, this 's your woman.
- M M.

It went rather badly. She was hired to help us organize our house. She took us to the container store where we purchased about $500 of supplies she said we needed. None of the supplies were useful for our lifestyle. She did not make an attempt to understand how we use our rooms and what storage we need near each room. She stopped with no warning both ...More times we had her at our house for personal calls and lunch. One time she brought a sandwich but liked what we were going to have better and we made her a panini like ours. The second time she seemed to expect it. I was raised to be gracious to visitors in my home and I was. However, she was not on a social visit but rather was there to do a job. Frankly nothing got accomplished between our trip to the store and lunch. One of the products she insisted we needed was a group of plastic strips with sticky bottoms which were cut to size to make different spaces in some drawers. They had all fallen apart within two weeks. What a waste of time and money.I can't remember all of the other mishaps we endured since this was quite some time ago. The only reason I decided to write this is that she won't leave us alone. The most recent call was to tell us that Elfa was on sale and that she gets a discount. Since my lack of interest has not entered her consciousness, perhaps this will suffice. Please don't think that all organizers are like this We found a WONDERFUL group called "Living Order" that actually does what we needed. our house is now livable and this group repurposed things we already had. What a difference!

- Jean S.

organized all my papers from the desk, classified them in folders, giving me an diagram on how to keep it that way.
we had accumulated pictures and all kinds of decorative things and didn't have a clue on how it would work together in each room, they absolutely made it look great!
the cleaning was very detailed and organized also. I ...More would absolutely recommend them.

As time was of the essence to get everything out of the house so it could be sold, we didn't have much time to look for companies that specialized in estate sales (nor were there many reviews to be found online, including Angie's List). My wife only had the opportunity to talk with 2-3 estate sales people and ended up (unfortunately) going ...More with Estates.
From nearly day one, we started having issues with this company. After the first few issues happened, I started writing down the dates of each occurrence. Below is a summary of those problems. I have tried to put the following in order of most serious to least serious issue. These occurred over roughly the two months it took them to prepare for, and execute, the estate sale.
Because we lived out of state, I installed an alarm system in the house. One day, we received a text message that the back door (that leads right into the garage) was opened at 9:35pm. When the alarm company called us, we had no choice but to dispatch the police, as the alarm panel had not been disarmed prior to the back door alarm (meaning no one was in the house). Earlier that day, the estate people left the house at 3:21pm and no one entered the house between 3:21pm and 9:35pm (we know this because the alarm system sends us txt messages any time any alarm event is triggered or any time the alarm panel is disarmed). When the police arrived, they found that the back door was opened (but not forcibly opened). This door is locked from the inside with both a dead bolt and another type of lock/latch. There is no way to open this door unless you were to pry it opened, so the only way this door could have gotten opened was if someone failed to lock the door. The police not only found this door opened, but also found that the door leading from the garage to the kitchen was not locked. The estate people were told multiple times to keep that door locked when they left for the day. Our house was left completely vulnerable because they did not lock these doors (and I should note here that this house is not in a very good neighborhood. Several homes have security bars on their windows). Because of this company's failure to secure our house, we not only wasted the policemen's time, but we also had to bother our neighbor when it first occurred, and lost sleep (the police didn't show up until ~11:45pm our time, so we didn't get to bed until around 12:15am).
The next day, my wife spoke with one of the estate people and told them about the alarm the previous night. In the most tactful way possible, she told them that they forgot to lock the back door. The woman said that both she and her business partner checked the door and it was locked. There is NO WAY that door was locked. We know it was CLOSED, because otherwise it wouldn't have reported the alarm at 9:35pm. It would have given the estate people some indication on the alarm panel that the door was opened when they armed the system that day. Our best guess is a of wind caused the door open (it's a light door). Rather than acknowledge that they made a mistake, the woman my wife spoke to had the nerve to say "are you calling me a liar?" That was her response to a very serious situation like this - complete denial.
On more than one occasion, the estate people turned off the front porch lights (there was no reason for them to have even touched these lights). Luckily, our neighbor kept a close eye on our house, and each time this happened, he let us know and took care of turning them back on.
On one occasion, they failed to lock the side gate (we had a chain and lock around both gates on either side of the house because of the neighborhood the house is located in).
During the estate sale, we noticed a nice dresser had a piece of wood chipped on the top left corner (approx. 1" x 2"). When we pointed it out to them, they just started rambling on about how good a piece of furniture it was, how surprised they were it hadn't sold, etc. etc. Just anything to get off the topic of the chip missing. On their website, it showed this piece with NO damage whatsoever. They never explained how this happened or took responsibility for it.
During the estate sale, I found the "plunger mechanism" on the back screen door (that pulls the door closed) was torn away from the screen door. They didn't bother to mention it to us. Given how they denied everything else up to this point, I didn't even bring it to their attention. It was the last day of the sale anyway and I just wanted to be rid of them.
On one occasion, they failed to lock the bottom lock on the front door (they only locked the deadbolt).
We left a key in a small matchbox in the kitchen (for the door leading from the kitchen to the garage) and told them to leave it there each night. On at least two occasions, they took it with them (we know this because we had our neighbor checking on our house from time-to-time and the key was not there). The water heater was in the garage, so if something had happened to the water heater, our neighbor would have had no way to get into the garage. On one occasion, my wife spoke to them about the key to the kitchen door. They claimed they left it there, but when our neighbor had gone to look for it, it was not there. Miraculously, the next day, it was back in the matchbox.
On one day, they showed up at 8:57am (even though the sale was to start 9am).
A couple showed up the second day of the sale just after closing. The estate people allowed them to quickly walk through the house. They saw two bookends and offered $40 for them (asking price was $60). The estate people refused the offer. The next day, all the items in the house would have been discounted 30% (making the bookends $42). So rather than take a sure sale, they took a to make $2. That's looking out for your client!
On one occasion, our neighbor found they had left the heating fan on in the small bathroom.
When we received all the receipts and payment from the estate people, we noticed that the shipping costs on the envelope was $19, but on the itemized list they provided us, they charged us $30.
On one occasion, they left some items sitting on the front porch overnight (including a filing cabinet).
In the very beginning, I saw that they had posted pictures of my father-in-law's car on their estate sale website. We had told them MULTIPLE times that the car was NOT to be part of the estate sale. It took them several days to remove most of those pics. It took a second call to have them remove all of the car pics.
One day, our neighbor in San called to tell us that the estate people had left some metal posts lying in our front yard and asked if he could have them. From his description, we thought these were posts that belonged to us (from the back of the house) and that the estate people had brought them up front to get rid of. We told our neighbor he could have them. These posts turned out to belong to the estate people (and were iron posts they used to hang the estate sale banner on). The estate sale was still 12 days away, yet they left these lying in our yard. The following day, the estate people called my wife to ask about the posts. My wife explained the mix-up and offered to pay for them. They told her they were $40 a piece ($80 to hang an estate sale sign on????). After my wife explained everything to them and the call ended, she gets a call about 30 minutes later from our neighbor. He proceeds to tell her that these two people came over to HIS house and berated him for taking these posts (even though my wife had JUST GOTTEN DONE EXPLAINING THE MIXUP TO THEM!). VERY unprofessional. They knew what had happened, but still felt the need to confront our neighbor.
They didn't include receipts for the sign hangers (the ones that supposedly cost $40 each).
- Stephanie H.

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Advantage Southwest Garage Cabinets Inc

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Alamo Cleaning

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All Seasons Services

123 Jade St.
San Antonio


14439 NW Military Highway, Suite 108, #125
San Antonio


11155 Biering Rd
San Antonio

Anointed Hands Prayer Pillows by Ejay

1115 Morey Peak
San Antonio

Appliance Experts

4000 N. Shephard

ASC Services

23222 Farm to Market Road 3009 Suite
San Antonio

Assembly Worx

PO Box 421141

Awesome Movers

1604/ 281 N.
San Antonio

Bin There Dump That

838 Sprucewood Ln
San Antonio


1117 W. Hildebrand Ave.
San Antonio

Black Knights Athletics

3802 Patch Road, Fort Sam

Bluethumb GreenScapes

5886 De Zavala Rd Ste 102-473
San Antonio

Boatshed & Mini Storage

1514 Thousand Oaks
San Antonio

Brigitte Maurin

San Antonio
San Antonio

Brother's Remodel & Design

6008 E County Rd 83

Butler Commercial Services

460 Caney Creek Rd
New Braunfels

can2c33 Ideas & Design

816 E. Carson st
San Antonio

CleanSweep House Keeping Services

7862 Hedrick Farm
San Antonio

Closet Connection

12784 Oconnor Rd
San Antonio


San Antonio

Counsellor At Large

8310 York Dr.
San Antonio


17503 La Cantera Pkwy
San Antonio

Don Can Handyman

PO Box 201418
San Antonio


1915 Broadway
San Antonio

Earthwise House Cleaning

9322 Harvest Trail
San Antonio

Faithfull Fencing

6910 Forest Grove
San Antonio

Forza Home Craft

3731 Ox-Eye Daisy
San Antonio

Freedom Packing & Moving

16455 Blanco Key
San Antonio

Get Simplifized

9331 Pinkerton Way
San Antonio

GMB Group, Inc.

1162 E. Sonterra Blvd., Suite 130
San Antonio

Great Closets & More

14260 Ted Williams Rd

Heritage Moving & Storage LLC

13709 Topper Cir
San Antonio

High Caliber Home Repair

7723 Moonlit Ridge Drive
San Antonio


San Antonio


San Antonio

Honey Bees Cleaning & Janitorial Service TM

10446 Sentinel St
San Antonio


18314 Indian Laurel
San Antonio

Info With Neyarose

4910 red creek dr

Janitors N Maids, LLC

12534 Nacogdoches rd
San Antonio

Jo Flores Contracting LLC

623 Sunglo
San Antonio

JVJ Company

2611 Cloudy Mdw
San Antonio

Kelly's Kleaning

7922 Brazoria Park
San Antonio

Let's Get Organizing

511 Santa Helena
San Antonio

LivingOrder San Antonio

P.O. Box 830852
San Antonio

Lizco Estate Sale Liquidators

601 Balfour Dr
San Antonio

Maid For You

3917 Arroyo Sierra

Maxwell's Closet Classics

139 East St Elmo

Meredith Construction

1804 Mountjoy St
San Antonio

Modular Space Corporation

6445 Us Highway 87 E
San Antonio

Monica Coe Design

13315 Sage Heights
San Antonio

Move for Cheap

4031 Tropical Dr
San Antonio

My House

21252 Gathering Oak
San Antonio


San Antonio

Organize SOS

San Antonio

Organized Home Innovations

9322 Blazing Star Trails
San Antonio

Organized Lovely

9803 Wahada
San Antonio


26617 S Glenrose Rd
San Antonio

Premier Storage

1039 Rittiman Road
San Antonio

Purity Maid Service

17655 Henderson Pass
San Antonio


San Antonio


San Antonio

Scott Garage Concepts LLC

14439 NW Military HWY Ste108
San Antonio

Shelf Confident LLC

15002 Polynesian St
San Antonio

ShelfGenie of San Antonio

120 Kendall Ridge


20770 US Hwy 281 N
San Antonio


6014 Evers Rd
San Antonio

Sort It Out, LLC

4801 Broadway, Ste 6617
San Antonio

Start Moving

2372 Old Combee Rd 103

Steve's Woodworks

P.O. Box 293991

Stone Oak Handman Service

16845 Blanco Rd Suite 110C
San Antonio


San Antonio

Susan Gifford

11001 Wurzbach Rd Apt 503
San Antonio

Tactical Remodeling

po box 762256
San Antonio

Task Tamers

San Antonio

Texas Brand Buildings

2026 Louise St

Texas Custom Closets

1215 C Industrial Dr
New Braunfels


12325 WEST AVE
San Antonio

Texas Premier Professional Organizer

401 S Congress Ave

The Garage King

12900 Trails End Rd


San Antonio

The Spruce Goose

16015 Wolf Creek St.
San Antonio


San Antonio


San Antonio

Uniting America Through Wisdom

3725 Candlewind Lane
San Antonio

Versalift Systems

5770 NW Expressway


San Antonio

WeBe Works, Inc.

P.O. Box 269
San Marcos


11827 WEST AVE
San Antonio

Wood-Tex Products

221 County Rd 329


8209 Ruxton Crossing Court

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