The majority of people have plenty of space, they just aren’t using the space wisely or efficiently.
Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
It's that time of year when holiday decorating junkies everywhere begin joyfully schlepping precious holiday decorations up and down the attic or basement stairs. First up: witches, ghosts and goblins. On deck: corn stalks and cornucopia.
But for those who think holiday decorating is a horror because their attic storage is so disorganized, AtticMaxx is sponsoring the Spooky Attic Sweepstakes. Entrants have a chance to win a free attic storage makeover with great organizing prizes. Details and official sweepstakes rules are available at AtticMaxx.com.
Professional Organizer Perri Kersh urges holiday decorators not to let disorganization steal the joy from the season. She suggests clearing the clutter and making every storage space count.
“The majority of people have plenty of space, they just aren’t using the space wisely or efficiently,” explains Kersh, a professional organizer, owner of Neat Freak and member of the National Association of Professional Organizers. “The attic, for example, is an ideal place for storing certain infrequently used items such as holiday décor and other seasonal stuff.”
The latest organizing products can help make better use of valuable space that is otherwise wasted. The AtticMaxx™ Shelving System, for example, utilizes the often empty vertical space between attic trusses, providing easy access to storage items without crushing the insulation. The shelves attach to attic trusses in minutes with adjustable straps and a swiveling metal bracket to accommodate virtually any sloped roof.
"AtticMaxx shelves can put an end to stacking and unstacking those often unstable towers of storage bins," says Kersh.
About Perri Kersh
Organizing expert Perri Kersh provides simple and personalized organizing solutions for your space and life so you can function at your very best. As a professional organizer, Perri works with families, individuals, small business owners and students. She is a frequent contributor to local and national publications, and is regularly asked to speak at professional and group events. She was also recognized as a regular expert on the Fine Living Network and South Africa's The Home Channel. Perri is a past board member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, North Carolina Chapter, and a member of NAPO. She holds a BA in Psychology and a MAEd in Counselor Education from Wake Forest University. Learn more about Neat Freak Professional Organizing at http://www.neat-freak.com and follow Perri on Twitter @theneatfreak.
The AtticMaxx Shelving System is a first-of-its kind organization product that attaches to attic trusses. The system includes 22” x 22” solid wood shelves with adjustable straps and a swiveling metal bracket to accommodate virtually any roof pitch. The shelves install in minutes with a screwdriver, a level and four screws, and hold up to 50 pounds each.
The AtticMaxx Shelving System is a high-quality, engineer-tested product manufactured in the USA that comes with a 100 percent money-back guarantee. Made of primarily wood and metal – the same materials used to build homes – the AtticMaxx Shelving System is designed to withstand the hot, cold and humid conditions of the attic. Visit http://www.AtticMaxx.com for more information, before and after pictures, testimonials and free organizing tips.
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