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HELLO Fraser Valley!

Photo courtesy of Ian Meissner.
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For more of his photography, please visit:

www.whatthepixel.ca

In December 2013 we opened our doors at 9355 Mill Street in Downtown Chilliwack. We have a vintage and antique store called "Find A Treasure", which is a place where our DeClutter.ca clients' little treasures can find a new home. We operate DeClutter.ca out of this location, so please come in for a chat or call us to book your in-home consultation which is free of charge to Chilliwack residents.

We do service Hope and Abbotsford and other communities in between, so don't hesitate to give us a call. For a consultation, the charge will be $50, but the benefit you'll receive in those 60 minutes will be priceless.

Take a look at our Prices Page for current offers and discounts.

SPRING SPECIAL NOW ON: 3 hours for $99 (all inclusive)

 

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CURRENT CHILLIWACK PROJECT

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 GOODBYE Winnipeg!

Photography by Claudia Earl
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Winnipeg Legislative Building

From 2007 to 2013, Winnipeggers supported DeClutter.ca and helped us grow into a successful enterprise beyond my wildest dreams. I thank you for the business and for allowing me into your homes to help you with your challenging clutter problems.

I worked with people of different ages, sexes, cultures and socio economic groups and it was their desire for an organized and more spacious living space that was the common bond between them. I learned to work with what people had or didn't have, by sometimes taking items donated by someone better off to those who had no spare money for good furniture or shelving to help keep them better organized. It was inspiring to see how all my clients gained from each other and from my input to realize their vision for their homes.

I learned so much over the 6 years I worked on the various small and large projects we took on. I know that this experience made me even better at coming up with solutions for people's de-cluttering challenges. It is these lessons that I am taking with me to British Columbia to continue helping people to live a life free from clutter and the stress that it causes. 

 

I will definitely miss the people of Winnipeg whose lives we touched, but definitely not the weather!