Locally Owned & Operated by Cony Weir and Dennis Chandler–fluent in English, Spanish and German.
Cony Weir recently moved to Phoenix, Arizona, after living in California since 1998. She is originally from Bogota, Colombia. She graduated in Bogota with a degree in Business Administration. Cony has helped organize and maintain homes for the past six years. She has a natural enthusiasm and a gift for organizing, so she is very excited about joining Major Organizers! Cony and her team specialize in helping clients eliminate clutter, become more organized and organizing spaces, such as offices, bedrooms, kitchens, and basements. In addition, they also offer menu and meal planning organization! You will love working with Cony! She is very friendly, outgoing, respectful, creative and has strong observational and problem solving skills. She makes organizing fun, gets the job done and NEVER judges anyone!
Dennis Chandler recently moved to Arizona after living in Colorado for 25 years. He graduated from the University of Colorado-Denver with a Masters Degree in Education. Dennis has been teaching French, German, ESL and College and Career Planning for 20 years. Before he became a teacher, he was a professional gourmet chef for 18 years, including a 3-year apprenticeship at a Michelin star restaurant in Baden-Baden, Germany. Dennis and his team specialize in helping clients eliminate clutter, become more organized and organizing spaces, such as offices, bedrooms, kitchens, and basements. Because of his previous experience in the restaurant industry, he is also an expert in meal and menu planning, as well as organizing kitchen spaces, such as refrigerators, freezers, pantries and kitchen cabinets. You will love working with Dennis! He is very friendly, creative, and has a great sense of humor. He makes organizing and planning fun, he gets the job done, and he never judges ANYONE!
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Used Andrea after seeing her on Shark Tank many years ago and loved what she did so I had called and asked for more help and they gave me Conny who was every bit as good as Andrea and I was very satisfied. So glad I had you in before all this (life events) happened so that my head is so much clearer, thank you again you are wonderful!
My craft and sewing room was so overwhelming I could not face it! I was a little stressed during the first day, but so thrilled and excited to be able to have my work space back and to be able to find things again! So glad I did something for myself and hired Major Organizers!
My tasks for Nicole and Hansa were very challenging. I had years of “valuable” sentimental papers and pictures. With only descriptions of my family members, the Team sorted everything out by grandchild, filed and updated business papers and sorted over (I think!!) 3,000 pictures! Now I have new goals and am excited to start building my legacy heritage specific to each grandchild. Thanks!
Litchfield Park, AZ
The liberators were timely, organized, and respectful. They did not judge my messy house but instead showed us opportunities on how to organize. Not only did they impact my current house, but I will take the knowledge learned and apply to future households. I greatly enjoyed that they took the time to learn about my family and needs, and allowed me to take part in the organizing. I would highly consider hiring them again when I move to a large household! I will also be recommending them to all my friends and coworkers!
You girls were great! We really benefited from having someone help us set up the best environment for us to be successful and have another eye on our house! Thanks so much!
Wonderful job. Just what we expected. Made our move much less stressful.
Repeat Client. Denver and Arizona.
Angela presented herself. Warm blue eyes. An assured walk. And a smile louder than the bright yellow sun. It was He that sent her. A stranger. An angel, named “Angel”a. We had never met and were acquaintances only by our 3rd grade sons. I welcomed her with joy as she walked up the driveway. Moments earlier, I had just finished clutching the front doorknob suffering from a bout of one of my bellowing coughs. The Stage 4 colon cancer, the chemotherapy, and the weight loss had taken over my body in just the 3 weeks from my diagnosis 1 month prior. I was weak. We just moved into a 3,000 square foot house that was exhaustingly disorganized from room to room. God knew I needed help, and I was content in not asking anyone. She pristined her shoes after I invited her in. The owner of Major Mom heard of my cancer. She came to share in my troubles, to pray, and to give me support. She immediately surveyed my house…my life, one room to the next. No fuss. No muss. No judgment. They were both direct with love. His presence and His word with clear direction. “Organize and prepare your house, your life, as an offering to me as you did that baptism day 30 years ago. I will renew you and give you strength through your cancer cough. I will uphold you with my righteous right hand as you tell others about my goodness and mercy. I have sent her as my everlasting help during your time of trouble so that you and others may know that you can do all things through Christ Jesus who gives you strength.”