Congrats to the recently married couple who may be taking the first step of marriage: moving in together. Creating a home for you and your new spouse can be challenging by having different tastes and ideas of what a home” is or should look like. Establishing storage space, personal space, and sharing household duties will help keep the house organized, humble, beautiful, and of course, clean!
First: Storage space should be cleared up for all of your belongings. Keep only things you love and (seriously) use. If you are sharing a closet or drawers, separate them equally in half for each of you to utilize. Go through kitchen items, furniture, rugs, and all other items and decide as a team what can be spared. If you have two fridges, maybe put one in the garage. If you have 3 different couch sets, pick your two favorite sets. 
Then: Call the experts. Cleanout Express can help throw out or donate any unused or unwearable clothes, shoes, furniture, kitchenware, shelves, etc. Sort through your belongings and seriously consider what you don’t wear anymore, which furniture you can do without, and so on. As you find what you don’t want, show the Cleanout Express crew and they’ll start bagging and sorting for throwaway or donations. We will lift, load, and haul all items, including furniture. You don’t even have to lift a finger- just point it out.
Next: You and your spouse should establish physical boundaries; some closet space, drawers, and maybe even a whole room should be split in half for you to each utilize. You have an entire home that will mostly be combined space and items, but maintaining some personal space is key to a happy and successful relationship. Decide who will tackle which household duty (such as folding laundry or dusting furniture) and make sure it’s done in a timely manner. Be sure to help each other out; maintaining cleanliness should be a priority! Generating a plan of who will do what is essential for continuous cleanliness habits. 
Finally: Style your house. Add shelves, bins, or maybe a new closet. Decorate your home with artwork, picture frames, and so on. Decide as a team, but also remember to personalize your own space. The cleaning team at Cleanout Express can help get rid of any junk or to clean up after your closet making projects. We can get rid of any and all debris, no matter how big or small the mess. We finalize each service with a sweep up of the area to ensure cleanliness and your approval. 
For more information, a FREE estimate, or to schedule and appointment, call the Cleanout Express crew at 718-658-0979. We serve residents in all five boroughs in New York City and Nassau County in both houses and apartments. Call now and clear up any and all spaces! 

Newlywed Organizing Strategies

Congrats to the recently married couple who may be taking the first step of marriage: moving in together. Creating a home for you and your new spouse can be challenging by having different tastes and ideas of what a home” is or should look like. Establishing storage space, personal space, and sharing household duties will help keep the house organized, humble, beautiful, and of course, clean!
First: Storage space should be cleared up for all of your belongings. Keep only things you love and (seriously) use. If you are sharing a closet or drawers, separate them equally in half for each of you to utilize. Go through kitchen items, furniture, rugs, and all other items and decide as a team what can be spared. If you have two fridges, maybe put one in the garage. If you have 3 different couch sets, pick your two favorite sets. 
Then: Call the experts. Cleanout Express can help throw out or donate any unused or unwearable clothes, shoes, furniture, kitchenware, shelves, etc. Sort through your belongings and seriously consider what you don’t wear anymore, which furniture you can do without, and so on. As you find what you don’t want, show the Cleanout Express crew and they’ll start bagging and sorting for throwaway or donations. We will lift, load, and haul all items, including furniture. You don’t even have to lift a finger- just point it out.
Next: You and your spouse should establish physical boundaries; some closet space, drawers, and maybe even a whole room should be split in half for you to each utilize. You have an entire home that will mostly be combined space and items, but maintaining some personal space is key to a happy and successful relationship. Decide who will tackle which household duty (such as folding laundry or dusting furniture) and make sure it’s done in a timely manner. Be sure to help each other out; maintaining cleanliness should be a priority! Generating a plan of who will do what is essential for continuous cleanliness habits. 
Finally: Style your house. Add shelves, bins, or maybe a new closet. Decorate your home with artwork, picture frames, and so on. Decide as a team, but also remember to personalize your own space. The cleaning team at Cleanout Express can help get rid of any junk or to clean up after your closet making projects. We can get rid of any and all debris, no matter how big or small the mess. We finalize each service with a sweep up of the area to ensure cleanliness and your approval. 
For more information, a FREE estimate, or to schedule and appointment, call the Cleanout Express crew at 718-658-0979. We serve residents in all five boroughs in New York City and Nassau County in both houses and apartments. Call now and clear up any and all spaces! 

28. May 2017 by Blog
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