(WDEF) Professional organizers can help sort, purge, categorize and put items back in a way that makes the most sense to the homeowner.
Jeff Fredericksen is a homeowner. He said, "The kids have a lot of toys, bikes and shoes and all kinds of stuff so it was very unorganized, difficult to get things. Had to climb certain areas to get certain things and made my life quite difficult."
Some organizers also sell and install storage products like overhead storage bins, wall racks and cabinets.
Tom Fleming works as a Professional Organizer. He explained, "The grid is basically a one of the options for hanging items. There are lots of hooks and accessories. It's today version of peg board. It's a good strong functional cost-effective way to hang things on the wall."
Some homeowners complete the look of an organized garage with epoxy flooring. The hardened, high-gloss polish resists scuffing and abrasions.
Angie Hicks of Angie's List said, "If you don't have time to get your garage organized yourself it might be worth investing in a professional organizer. You need to talk to the organizer to determine what they can bring to the table and make sure the outcome is going to be something you're going to be able to live with."
Before hiring, Angie's List says you should ask how you'll be charged. It may be by the hour or by the project.