Downsizing CAN be an enjoyable journey down memory lane.

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Sharing items and stories with family members, revisiting memories is an important part of the process. Stories help identify 'stuff' from what really matters to you!  If space is limited, decluttering can open up prime areas!

Where do you spend most of your time in your home, what furniture is no longer functional? Start the process soon to keep your home safer, more comfortable, and cozy while getting rid of the clutter and junk.

Items are donated, recycled, or sold.  The last resort is landfill.  HSHT networks with groups and organizations who may rehome or purchase items such as crystal, china, vintage clothing, coins, stamps (and other collectibles), household items, antiques, furniture, medical equipment. Visit Facebooks Home Suite Home Transitions Page for details on items currently available for sale.

TIP: Start small, with a realistic, achievable goal such as a drawer, or a closet.  Downsize, don't shift things around. If you haven't used it in 2 years, you (really) don't need it. Remember your goal, stay focused. You'll feel good, and get into a pattern before you know it you'll be ready to tackle a full room.

If you need help, Home Suite Home Transitions staff can help make it happen quickly, efficiently. You'll be saying "I should have done this years ago!"

Testimonials

30 years; 30 days

Peter and I are more than happy to state how very pleased we were with you and your staff when you handled our move from our house in Apsley to our new retirement residence. The speed and efficiency in packing up and disposing of our 30 years of accumulated “stuff” and then unpacking and setting up in our new smaller space was outstanding.  I didn't think it could be done!

We would happily recommend your services to anyone contemplating a similar move.

Peter and Maureen Rohe, 2021