Terms | My Organizer In Muskoka

By: My Organizer In Muskoka  09-12-2011


Direct payment for services is required on the day that work is performed.

There is a three(3) hour minimum charge for all work performed

If you are scheduled for service and need to cancel, we require that you give us 48 hours notice. Since we turn away other clients to hold your reservation. Any cancellations with less than 48 hours notice will result in full charges.

We are committed to keeping our appointments with you and thank you for your commitment to us.
Client availability is necessary for staff to complete all work that require information, input or decisions.

Where services require working one on one with a staff member, we request that you schedule time when you will not be interrupted.

Communication is paramount to a successful project. We have found that the most successful working relationships are those where the client takes an active roll in communicating with the staff member. You can contact us using the telephone, voice mail, fax, e-mail and written notes.

Our staff will always endeavor to provide complete satisfaction.

If you have been satisfied, please tell others. If not, please tell us.

408 Stephenson Road #1
Port Sydney, ON
P0B 1L0

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My Organizer in Muskoka can show you ways to conquer the clutter and paper deluge, provide you with time management tools, and develop a system with you for staying organized with your home, cottage or office. We have experience with hoarders, ADD ADHD, CD, seniors, and families. We can clean, de-clutter, pack, repair, regroup furniture and update. Planning on Selling your home or cottage or just want a change.


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I will seek to deal with other POC members, professional colleagues, suppliers and employees in a fair and equitable manner, and maintain the highest standards of personal conduct to bring credit to the organizing profession. This Code of Conduct and Ethics is a set of principles and guidelines that each member of POC – Professional Organizers in Canada – agrees to adopt for the exercise of judgment.