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Garage organizing business

    • 26 posts
    September 15, 2013 9:40 AM EDT

    I personally think that this is a good idea. However, you have to first see if people in your area are willing to pay for the services you offer before you waste money starting a business that no customers want.

    Plus, there are franchise businesses that do this. You might think about buying into a franchise. They can help you not only with brand but with sourcing supplies, policies and pricing structure.

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    September 13, 2013 3:52 PM EDT

    So I've been tossing around the idea of starting a garage organizing business. I've thought about adding a few things onto it. First, there would be basic garage cleaning/ organizing packages. It could go from very simple to very complex where we would build them customized storage in their garage. We would also offer a junk hauling service so anything they didn't want we could get rid of for them. What's your thoughts on this idea? Do you think people would pay for something like this?

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    September 15, 2013 5:28 PM EDT

    It's a pretty good idea and it is something that someone would pay for. I know from experience because I do this type of think on the side to make extra money from time to time and also haul their "junk" away to make extra money. I even wrote a report on this specific thing detailing how I did it. 

    But I think you should try it as a business because alot of people have so much clutter in their garages and they say they're always going to "get to it eventually" but never do.  

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