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  • A
    Wickedly Organized
    Brenda has been coming to our house for 4 years now, and over the course of time, has helped get various areas of our home de-cluttered and organized. She has become an integral part of our family, and we truly benefit from her presence in our home. While we don't have a disorganized and messy home, we have little storage space and live a very busy life with 3 kids; we just don't have the time or focus to get our home in order without the help of this Wickedly Organized expert! Brenda learned early on that, like many of her clients, I have emotional attachment to some things in my home, such as pictures, my children's artwork, certain knick knacks, and other various items, and I have a difficult time parting with them. What I appreciate about Brenda is that she doesn't judge me, nor become pushy, but rather she has a gentle way of encouraging me to get rid of things I no longer need. (Sometimes we even laugh together at my resistance). She reminds me that the more I purge, the less I'll feel weighed down, and the freer I'll feel. Just as comforting is that she has a Pay It Forward program where she helps find new and loving homes for many of the items I no longer need, making it easier for me to let them go. Brenda also helps me focus on staying with the task at hand. She really cares about making sure the client is happy with the progress being made, so she works quickly, multi-tasking so that we get as much done as possible in each session. Even though at my house we end up getting interrupted at times by phone calls I receive or contractors stopping by, Brenda continues to work on the task at hand as much as she can without my input. She takes true pride in her work and it is clear how much she loves Wickedly Organizing her clients' lives . . . and her clients' lives are changed for the better!
    - Laurie B.
  • A
    MARIA'S CLEANING SERVICE
    Great company. Very Professional. Maria came in very attentive and able to listen to my directions.Came in with another lady both of them did a wonderful job. I would definitely recommend Maria's Cleaning Services to anyone that wants a job done Right!!! And by the Way I hired them to clean my house every week.
    - Mary E O.
  • A
    Orchid Professional Organizing, LLC
    I hired Christie to help me organize my walk in closet because I was moving. She went above and beyond in helping me. I was able to purge and donate so many old clothes and other items. Now, when I move, I am only taking the items I need. Everything has a purpose and a place! Her patience, knowledge, and organizational skills are second to none! I would not only use her again on other areas in my house and my life; I will be recommending her to others!���
    - M M.
  • F
    Favy's Cleaning Services Inc
    It was a Big Deal purchase. Garages get very dirty and I asked them to use a bucket with water and they said they couldn't do that; they only dusted with a dry cloth. It wasn't what I expected. It was actually $175 for three hours but they were here for only 55 minutes. They wouldn't do what I asked them to do and they didn't do that much. It wasn't satisfactory; it wasn't cleaned properly. $175 is a lot of money for less than an hour. They came early.
    - Jane K.
  • D
    First Lady Home Trash Removal

    I scheduled an appointment twice, but they were cancelled and rescheduled due to a conflict with their schedule and then bad weather.  Before I could schedule again, I had a sudden illness and death in my immediate family and was not able to reschedule until the coupon had expired.  I understand that is a risk one takes when purchasing a coupon such as this. 


    - Robert B.
  • A
    Chesapeake Transitions
    I am disabled, unable to walk. The ladies(I am one) came in on our agreed schedules, helped me choose keepers and dumpers...books(the hardest thing), furniture, clothing, household items, kitchen, basement, and brought in a vendor for items to sell, removed all non-keepers, arranged for storage, worked on a limited hour schedule as I required, and Marilyn especially encouraged me to downsize my life, as my new home will require that. At my new home they will re-hang my clothing, put in drawers, set up my tv and computer. I am looking forward to it. She did explain that if I wanted to chat to remember that I am paying for it...and sometimes one does a little reminiscing and chatting...and pays for it.. I feel very fortunate to have found this service.
    - Dixie S.
  • A
    The Home Coach
    Mary Landen is the Home Coach. She is prompt, very effective and helpful. I don't know if I could have done it without her. We worked together to declutter my home from top to bottom. She took clothes, books, housewares, etc. and donated everything to non-profit groups and she gave me receipts for all. She has a Honda SUV that holds a lot of stuff! Of the 5 or 6 loads she hauled away to donate we had one small amount for the recycle pile for the Annapolis public works to collect. She did a great job helping me organize the home for showing, and she made sure that everything she took was donated. I would highly recommend her and I am most appreciative that she knows what someone else may not want, someone else will use. I highly recommend Mary Landen, The Home Coach.
    - Julia O.
  • A
    The Flying Pig Clutter Control Service
    Carole is nothing short of amazing. She not only organized my stuff, but inspired me to live a whole different way. I have a ridiculous collection of things, and she helped me give away stuff that was weighing me down, both physically AND emotionally. Her efficiency and energy are unmatched, and her skills are worth 100 times more than she charges. She is so awesome that I paid her to help us move into a new house out of state AND in the winter! Hire her for your decluttering, moving, hoarding help, you name it, and you'll be taking a step to living a better life, I promise you. Happy organizing!
    - Eve B.
  • A
    Closet America
    I was really impressed with Closet America.  I was originally thinking I would use another closet company, but decided to go with Closet America after seeing them at a home show.  From the very beginning and throughout the entire process, I was very impressed with the friendliness and professionalism of everyone I was in contact with from Closet America.  They made the process very easy, even when I was getting stressed because disassembling my old closet was taking me much longer than I thought.  They were great with rescheduling and making sure I was happy with everything at every step in the process.  The closet came out beautifully and I'm very happy with how everything turned out.
    My only complaint is the price.  I budgeted on half of what the estimate ended up being based on what my friend's closet systems cost, so I was pretty surprised with the estimate.  But the designer worked with me on incorporating the home show discount and other financing and discount programs that Closet America offers to bring the price down substantially.
    - Emily C.
  • D
    Chesapeake Transitions
    First, some key concerns. The original estimate was for and quot;under $2,000and quot;, and that was to include 100% of the contents - both the first pre-sale pass and the later after-sale effort. However, for just the first pass, the total was $3,186.18 - a huge increase beyond what I'd been led to expect. Many items that were to be donated, such as a four-drawer metal filing cabinet, a globe in excellent condition, large shortwave radio in working condition, two rocking chairs, a night stand in good condition, many tools and more - all of these were left off the lists of what was donated, as were some smaller items of some value. Also, I was told the attic had nothing in it, but I checked and there was quite a bit to be removed.
    The actual experience for this first phase wasn't too bad, other than the above. The first day, two people arrived on time, Marilyn (the owner, I believe) and a colleague (nominally, the guy who buys books). This was the day before Hurricane Sandy and they accomplished quite a bit, telling me that usually there was a larger crew but the others were stuck at home with kids as school was closed, which seemed reasonable. Day 1 was a good start.
    Day 2, the day after Sandy, they arrived late, again reasonable considering the storm. Less was accomplished. Day 3 was much the same. Still no other help, just the two, and Sandy is now well in Maryland's past. They damaged the front door.
    Day 4, Marilyn couldn't come as her husband was having knee surgery. This was something of a problem, however understandable a situation, as her colleague pays far less attention to detail when she's not around. Also, there are still no signs of other help, so it's a one man show today. I'm assured by the colleague that they'll finish by end of Day 5.
    Day 5, Marilyn can only stay about three hours. Just the colleague to work no one else. The work is NOT completed.
    Day 6 (or 8, it's the following Monday), the work is completed. Everything I wanted removed is gone, so the main objective has been met. The place is a mess, but I'd arranged for a cleaning person to come in on Day 6 to clean up after the Transitions duo (the cleaning person was awesomely good and cost half as much per hour).
    I was told everything would be mailed to my home - donation lists, receipts, invoice - but two hours before leaving for the airport, Marilyn asked to come by to drop these off. I asked about the discrepancy between estimate and invoice amount, and about some of the most obviously missing items from the donation lists, and was told simply to ask about anything I didn't see listed.
    I should note that Marilyn's colleague buys just about anything for resale. I was made an offer for the entire contents of the house, which I countered with a higher asking amount. We never settled on a price, except for the books. Everything else was to be donated, not sold. But, as mentioned above, an awful lot of stuff simply disappeared in the process.
    Following an email exchange, Marilyn said she would complete the process at no extra charge, seeing as how they went so far over estimate. However- the reason I waited so long to write this - the house is now sold and they have been totally non-responsive for over two weeks. Unable to get a commitment from them to finish the job, I'll have to deal with all the rest myself and absorb the associated costs.
    In summary, despite some success with the first, main objective, I can't recommend a company that doesn't follow through, loses track (or worse) of many items large and small, and doesn't live up to its commitments, all while missing the cost estimate by more than 50%.
    - Chad H.
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