Guardian Storage offers customers a variety of indoor and outdoor storage units that range in size from 5'x5' to 20'x30'. Along with its storage space at locations in Pennsylvania and Colorado, the company offers patrons complimentary use of its carts and dollies and has various packing and moving supplies available for purchase. With the help of a LEED-accredited architect, the facilities implement environmentally conscious practices that include building storage units with partially recycled steel and using heat-reflecting roofs capable of tanning birds' pale underbellies.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Most popular offering: Medium Projects-3 Hours
Pro Tip: Have a clearly defined area that you want organized and be prepared to let us help you.
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
What sets your business apart from your competition?
We strive to offer complete and total organization solutions that suit the customers lifestyle so that they can maintain organization for years to come.
What was the inspiration for starting this business?
A drive to actively touch our community and change the lives of our clients, one job at a time.
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Organization is not just for the wealthy. It is for the single mom who can't find her keys through all of the kids toys in the entry way, and the new couple just moving into their starter home with no idea of where to start unpacking. It is for the elderly couple with a little too much stored in the attic, and the family of four who is trying to squeeze every ounce of usable space out of their home. We work with all clients, of all income levels, for all organizational solutions.
Organizing Options, LLC. helps keep living quarters tidy with organization solutions and systems designed to optimize storage space. The staff plots out storage systems, renovates garages and home offices, and designs and installs closets. Complimentary in-home consultations help clients determine effective plans for enhancing their homes' orderliness.
As a young girl, Jody Adams delighted in sorting and rearranging her home, but it wasn't until the passing of her grandmother that her passion for organization was granted greater meaning. The discovery of attic-stowed boxes brimming with her grandmother's photos and keepsakes made Jody realize how much possessions are essentially extensions of their owners, and to leave those items in disarray makes individual life stories less evident for others. After earning two degrees and exploring various career paths, Jody found her voice as a professional organizer, surveying homes and workspaces to determine methods of reducing clutter and making life more manageable. During her organization sessions, she works with clients to identify which items are out of place, how each came to be that way, and whether it currently has a place in its owner's life. Targeted belongings are then arranged according to a long-term tidiness plan that is personalized to the individual client, and unneeded items are responsibly repurposed or basted in gravy and devoured whole.
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