Monday, August 12, 2013

Keeping Your Work Space Organized

Keeping Your Work Space Organized
You're a busy person whether you're at the office or at home.  Make your busy work simple: everything has a designated, accessible place.  D.J's Painting and Remodeling Inc. knows how to make your work space neat and organized.

Activity Area
Whether it's using a computer, drawing, crafting, or any craft, your designated working area operates efficiently when clear of clutter.  Keep items that you use frequently close (such as pens, post-its or scissors), and anything that's more for referencing or less frequent tools stored nearby. Items such as printers, scanners, and copiers can be placed on your work desk if the space allows.  Investing in a big desk with built-in storage might be to your benefit if you have a lot of tools to use.

Is your office also your library?  Appropriate shelving can make your workspace also a place for knowledge.  Built-in shelves  give you comfortable space to put more furniture such as cabinets or chairs.  Shelving above your work desk can be useful for reference binders and miscellaneous supplies.  Be sure to organize your items, whether by importance, category, or alphabetically.

These are optimal for storage of stocked up supplies.  It's better to have them lower than the shelves.  High cabinets may require a ladder or step stool if you feel you need them.

Whether you're thinking of putting in additional cabinets, shelving, or maybe a built-in desk, D.J.'s Painting and Remodeling Inc. knows your office should be built the way you want it to work for you.  Stay focused!

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