The Real Trick to Decluttering: Don’t Sort

Junk removal in Providence, RI

Our junk removal crew in Providence know that most people who have tried to declutter and found it too difficult or that it didn’t last as long as they hoped had trouble because they were sorting. Way too much time is wasted on sorting things that don’t need to be sorted instead of focusing on what’s going to be staying in the house. When time is wasted, the project takes a lot longer than expected, and it’s easy to give up and deem it hopeless. Instead, stop sorting when decluttering and get the task done once and for all.

The Only Two Piles

Many experts recommend sorting items into whether they’ll be kept, tossed, donated , or recycled. That’s way too many piles and just serves to clutter up more spaces until the job is done. Instead, there only needs to be two piles: the items being kept in the house and those being removed from the house. Everything fall s into these two categories, so there are no other piles that are really needed. Go through each item and decide if it’s something to keep or get rid of – don’t worry about where it’ll go once it’s outside of the house.

Forget Sorting the Remove Pile

The remove pile doesn’t need to be sorted at all. It’s being removed from the house, so who cares where it goes? Yes, it’s good to donate or recycle as much as possible. But, it’s not necessary to think about what’s being donated or recycled because it’s not the task at hand. The task at hand is to declutter the house.

A junk removal company like ours in Providence can come and pick up anything that’s being removed from the house. This includes the tiny hotel shampoo bottles taking over the bathroom as well as the big pieces of furniture that need to be replaced because they’re just too worn out. Once the junk removal company comes, they’ll handle the sorting.

How They Can Help

The company will go through everything that’s being removed from the home to see what can be donated or recycled. Anything left will be disposed of properly. Let them do the thinking about what goes where. They have the time to do it , and they’re not worried about where everything goes in the house.

When there’s less to think about and less to sort, the whole job goes a lot faster. By delegating the sorting to the junk removal company, you don’t have to think about sorting out the removal company. You get the satisfaction of knowing as much as possible will be donated or recycled without having to take the time to sort it all out, drop off donations, swing by the recycling center, and more.

Tackle What’s Left

Once the pile of things to remove is gone, now’s the time to start sorting and organizing. With anything that’s not needed anymore gone, it’s a lot easier to sort through what’s left and find it a home. When there are only a few bottles to organize in the bathroom, the job’s done in seconds. You’ll find it’s much easier to get it all organized when the items are pared down to just what’s needed.

The secret to decluttering isn’t to spend hours sorting. It’s to skip sorting anything that’s being removed from the house. Let the pros handle that job while you focus on what matters to you – what’s actually in the house. Start working on the decluttering today and call in the professionals at a junk removal company for help as soon as you’re ready. You’ll be able to get the house decluttered once and for all, get everything organized, and make sure it’s as easy as possible to keep it that way.

Reach Out To Us Today!

Tired of staring at that pile of junk and wishing that it would all just disappear? Let us help you remove your junk!

Contact our junk removal team in Providence today for a free estimate by calling 401-249-4415. We offer complimentary free quotes!

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