The homeowner survey showed that finding the right contractor and company for home maintenance and repair appeared to be the most common concern of users, who have experienced hassles and dishonesty in attempting to get repairs done on their homes.
To help with this problem, Homecca has published a series of helpful blog articles about finding the right professionals for home maintenance and repair needs, and the contractor danger signs to watch for. The blog’s humorous and daring voice clearly identifies the common home maintenance mistakes, offers answers, and invites discussions.
What today is blog-delivered advice, Homecca will soon turn into a new and exciting website functionality.The upcoming release will help homeowners find the right home maintenance and repair professionals for whatever job they may have. “We feel that once you know what needs to be done and decide not to do it yourself, finding a reputable company should be just a few clicks away; and that’s what’s coming up next.” state the Homecca founders.
Homecca is free and the founders hope users find the site fun, easy, and educational to use. The website informs what home maintenance to do, when to do it, and how to do it. “Crisis management is not the way to go with what is likely your largest single asset, your house. Homecca tells you what to do, when to do it, and how to do it.”, the founders say.
Homecca.com is focused on a simple, calendar-based home maintenance To-Do list that sends you reminders for a carefully pre-selected list of home maintenance essentials. The company aims at simplicity by focusing on the MOST important To-Do’s. “Focusing on the core 20% of home maintenance tasks is all about preventing the most costly and unexpected home repairs”. Homecca describes these home maintenance essentials in easy to understand language connected to helpful videos and pictures.
Homecca members can view their home's schedule of maintenance by a classic To-Do list or they can use a calendar view that shows upcoming task dates. Homeowners can add their own notes and comments to each task (for example, filter sizes needed for the heating system, private comments on preferred brands and stores, or even reminders to oneself on what NOT to do). The To-Do home maintenance tasks can be very easily rescheduled if necessary, marked “completed” and saved in the home maintenance history, or removed as needed.
Keeping a history of expenses, repairs, and maintenance is a great selling point for future owners; it is also useful when documenting tax write off’s. For this reason Homecca maintains a history of all completed To-Do’s, and lets the user upload receipts and other useful information like appliance manuals.
It’s worth mentioning that Homecca supports multi-user family accounts, so that all the information is easily shared between family members and everyone can share in the joy of owning and maintaining the house.
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Home Maintenance and Repair for Every Homeowner