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Hello, August!

August is here which means summer is wrapping up soon. If you’re trying to get one last project in before the season ends, now is the time to start! Some of the most popular summer home improvement projects include cleaning and reorganizing. What’s on your list for this month?

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File, Don’t Pile

Paperwork is always better filed. Piles are complicated to sort through and the papers towards the bottom are easily forgotten about. A simple file drawer or a folder can help solve this problem and keep your space clutter free!


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Mud Rooms

Design a beautiful and functional mudroom that helps keep the rest of the house clean – while still being inviting! From shoe racks to storage benches, we offer a range of entry storage solutions.

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With expert measurements, modern innovation, and professional installation we can make any space both beautiful and practical. We can design drawers, drawer dividers, shelves, central workspaces, wall systems, and more.

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Maximize Vertical Space

Happy July!

Summer is officially in full swing, which means you’re likely busy with holidays, trips and boat loads of summer activities. It’s no secret that the busier life gets, the messier and less organized things become. But no need to worry! Our systems are here to help tackle any space – big or small.

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Maximize Vertical Space

If you don’t have a ton of room to work with, an easy way to instantly create more space is to go “up.” Instead of only using a few shelves in your space, take them up to the ceiling to really maximize vertical space. The things you use less frequently can be stored on the higher shelves.

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Reclaim space in your home, whether you need more storage for tools, holiday decorations, or sports equipment. Do you want to build a game room, home gym, or the ultimate man-cave? Our garage systems can make the best use of your space in style.


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A laundry room should be functional and organized, to make your chores as easy as possible. We can help you create a design to match your space, lifestyle and home decor. Your laundry routine will be undoubtedly streamlined and efficient.

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Decluttering Doesn’t Have To Be Overwhelming

Welcome to a world of organization! We are committed to helping create the best storage solutions to help both residential and commercial clients get the most out of their spaces. We are excited to have you here with us!

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Decluttering Doesn’t Have To Be Overwhelming

Decluttering can really help with organization, but it’s a daunting task that a lot of people often put off. Just because you choose to declutter, doesn’t mean you have to tackle your whole home at once. For instance, don’t try to do your whole closet in one sitting. Start with one drawer or shelf at a time. Put on some music and make it fun!

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With a place for everything and everything in its place, transform your closet into a beautiful and functional space that’s designed to last. Add value & comfort to your home with closets made just for you and yours.


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Make kitchen organization easy with smart and efficient shelving systems, drawers or baskets. Don’t waste your time searching for items or replacing them unnecessarily. Store them effectively and save money, all while eliminating clutter.

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3 Ways to Organize Your Dresser

A cluttered and messy dresser can be a major headache. Not only does it make finding specific items difficult, but it might also encourage you to only wear the items at the top.

How to Organize Your Dresser a Makeover

1. Decide What to Keep

Start by emptying all the drawers. This will help you understand what you’re working with start you off with a blank slate.

Over time, dressers accumulate articles of clothing you no longer use, so take the time to pick out pieces to donate or give away. Anything you haven’t worn in over a year should go.

2. Categorize Each Space

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To make items easy to find later, dedicate each drawer to a specific category of clothing, such as undergarments or shirts. You can use drawer dividers or small boxes to separate colors, brands, or fabrics.

How you group your clothes is up to you, just keep each type separated. Just make sure whatever you use to separate your clothing won’t collapse or slide around.

3. Use All of the Space to Your Advantage

Once you declutter and categorize your drawers, you might end up with extra space inside and on top of your dresser. Use an extra drawer to rotate seasonal clothes, or the space on top to hold jewelry and collectibles.

What makes these storage ideas useful is that they are flexible. If a category or divider doesn’t have enough items, create a different one. You can start over as many times as it takes to get your furniture organized just right.

If organizing your home becomes overwhelming, turn to the experts. With over 30 years of experience, Get Organized will help you eliminate clutter and reduce the stress caused by messy spaces. Serving Rochester, NY, and all surrounding counties, they also carry unique storage solutions to make staying tidy easy. Call (585) 223-3646 to schedule an appointment or check out their website for more storage ideas.

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3 Storage Ideas to Organize Your Home in the New Year

A new year marks a new beginning. That’s why people make resolutions to live healthier and enhance their personal and professional growth. Getting the house organized is a resolution that can cut down on stress and anxiety, and make it easier to focus on achieving your goals. Here are a few storage ideas to help you declutter your space and start the decade off on the right foot.

3 Storage Ideas for Home Organization in 2020

1. Build a Walk-in Closet

When clothes are crammed into closets and dressers, it can be difficult to find what you need when you need it. Once you run out of space, piles of items can start to accumulate in other parts of the room.

If you have the space, a walk-in closet will keep your apparel and accessories in one place. This way, even if you get messy, the items will be contained where you can find them.

2. Decorate With Storage Baskets

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Shoes and toys are often left on bedroom and living room floors for people to trip over. To prevent this, remove these obstacles.

Instead of plastic storage bins, put the items in woven wicker baskets. You can seamlessly incorporate these into your interior design scheme. A row of baskets on a bookcase or shelf will draw attention to the furniture while concealing toys and other small items.

3. Add More Kitchen Cabinetry

Mixers, food processors, and other tabletop appliances take up a lot of space on kitchen counters. This leaves little room to unload groceries and prepare meals.

To solve the problem, outfit your home with new shelving. Use floating shelves on empty walls so all tools are out of the way. If you don’t like the look, install doors and dividers on the shelves to create cabinets. 


3 Tips for Organizing Your Pantry

A kitchen pantry can be a lifesaver, but it can also welcome chaos and clutter. Implementing an organized layout will make it easy to find what you need and use the space efficiently. From properly arranging the storage shelves to using the right containers, here’s what to do to make your life easier.

What’s the Best Way to Organize a Pantry?

1. Arrange by Type

It can be difficult to locate specific ingredients and snacks when they’re on the shelves without any particular intention. Arranging everything by type is an easy way to make sense of your items so you can find them quickly.

Put cereal boxes in a row, for example, and canned goods in their own corner. You can further break these down by arranging according to flavors. Put snacks on their own storage shelves, away from food prep items.

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2. Use Containers

For smaller items, like bags of chips and cookies, use clear storage bins so that family members can simply reach in and grab what they need.

If you have many loose ingredients, including flour, oats, and rice, pour them into glass jars and label each one clearly. Make sure all labels face outward so you can easily identify each.

3. Label the Storage Shelves

Think of your pantry as a personal shop. Make it easier to navigate by creating labels for each shelf and section.

This way, you commit to placing items in their rightful places, and all family members will know where foods belong. Be specific with the tags. You can dedicate a section to spices and another for condiments, for example.


Top 3 Storage Solutions to Organize a Small Bathroom

Clutter tends to make any task more difficult, and it’s easy to create it when you don’t have enough space for storing belongings. If you have a small bathroom, you may find yourself constantly searching for items you can’t find. To help make your life easier, below are some storage ideas that will help you use the space you have more effectively.

3 Storage Solutions for Maximizing Bathroom Space 

1. Use a Lazy Susan 

A lazy Susan isn’t just for the dining room. Get the most out of your bathroom vanity by installing one of these rotating trays in the under-sink cabinet. Using this to store medications, soap, shampoos, and other products makes it easy to find items that might otherwise get misplaced.

2. Store Towels in Sets

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An effective way to store linens is to organize them into sets of the same color or pattern. Fold hand towels and washcloths and store them inside folded bath towels that are similar. Then stack each on the shelf as a bundle. This makes selecting a new set a breeze, and you never waste time trying to find matching towels.

3. Remove Unnecessary Belongings

Too many bathrooms are overflowing with items that homeowners don’t need but keep around in case they might someday prove useful. How many of your old towels or medications haven’t seen use in months or years? To ensure you aren’t wasting precious space, purge everything that’s damaged, expired, or that you haven’t used in over a year.

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3 Signs Your Home Is Too Messy

Clutter has more of an impact on your mental health than you may realize. A disorganized home overwhelms the senses, which can leave you feeling constantly stressed. Without a neat closet system, the mess could even make you ashamed of the state of your house. To help you prevent these issues, here are a few of the first signs that you may benefit from some home organization.

When to De-Clutter & Organize Your Home

1. You Can’t Find Clothes


If you’ve ever spent minutes searching for a particular item and couldn’t find it, you’re not alone. The closet is usually the first to get disorganized, since it’s easy to throw pieces in and close the door to leave them out of sight.

Installing exposed closet systems and putting each item in its place will help you find what you need when you need it.  

2. You Have to Watch Your Step

When you walk through your home, you should be able to do so without tripping over shoes or toys. Each item should have its place, and should be put back into that spot as soon as it’s not in use.

Use closet organizers and label bins that aren’t transparent so it’s clear where objects go. Putting shoes or other items you use daily in a closet by the door, rather than the bedroom, will also make putting belongings away more convenient.

3. You Own Clothing You Don’t Wear

When an item is in a pile in the corner of the bedroom or in the back of your closet, you may unknowingly keep it for years. However, there’s no need to hang onto belongings that you won’t be needing again.

A helpful rule of thumb is to toss out anything that you haven’t worn in the past year. At this point, the item is simply taking up space in your closet and your life. You can also donate it to charities or sell it online to put it to good use.

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Do’s & Don’ts of Tidying Up a Closet

If your closet is a mess and it’s hard to find what you need, it’s time to clean it out. Sorting your belongings and adding closet organizers will save you time and help free up space. Here are some tips to make the process easy and effective.


Take all items out first.

It’s not efficient to only shift your items and work around them. Take all belongings out and lay them on your bed or the floor. This will help you take stock of everything you had tucked away so you can decide what to keep. It also gives you a chance to dust, vacuum, and check for damage.

Use shelving units and closet organizers.

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The more shelving and racks you have, the less likely you are to end up with a jumbled pile of clothes.

Vertical storage options like shelves also make items easier to find when you’re in a hurry. Measure your closet and choose a system that will fit the space and the objects you need to store, including shoes, dresses, and accessories.


Keep all of your belongings.

This is the perfect time to declutter. As you sort all pieces into your new closet organizers, have separate boxes for items to donate and throw away.

As a rule of thumb, any piece you haven’t worn in a year should go. Clothes that are damaged may need to be tossed, while ones that you don’t like or don’t fit anymore can be donated.

Treat it as a one-time job.

After you’ve finished tidying your closet, you’ll have to take steps daily to keep it that way. After doing laundry, place all items in their designated areas. Don’t leave clothing on the floor and vacuum periodically to keep the closet fresh. Work sorting and decluttering into your schedule at least once a year.

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3 Tips for Organizing Your Attic

3 Tips for Organizing Your Attic: The attic is a common place for home storage. Everything you don’t use but still want to keep may end up in this space, which is why it may become cluttered over time. Since this room is frequently out of sight, it may be tempting to leave it messy, but organization will create more space and prevent belongings from getting lost or damaged. Below are some ideas for efficiently arranging your attic.

3 Steps for Organizing an Attic

1. Remove Everything First

It might seem like a daunting task, but the first step to organizing any space is taking everything out. You can then assess what you have and decide what to keep. In their attics, many people have belongings they don’t use, including old sports equipment and furniture. Decide what you will still utilize or what holds sentimental value. All other items should be discarded, sold, or donated to free up space.

2. Repair Damage & Add Storage Accessories

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Before you put everything back, it’s best to fix up any damaged areas and clean up the space to make it safe for home storage. This will also help prevent pest infestations. Have damaged floorboards, walls, and insulation repaired, then ensure you have sufficient lighting. If you’re storing clothes in this space, buy a clothing rack to keep pieces neat. If the walls have studs, shelving is also very useful for organized home storage.

3. Place Everything in Containers

Now that you’re left with only wanted belongings and an efficient space, set up the area so you can find everything again in the future. You can do this by separating possessions into categories like sports gear, holiday decor, clothing, and family heirlooms. Next, pack everything into suitable containers. Use clear tubs for easy identification, and airtight bins for paperwork, electronics, and other materials that need to be protected from moisture and dust. Finally, label all the bins.

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