Fixd Repair, announced the Atlanta launch of their on-demand mobile platform, which we felt was important information to share with your local Atlanta outlet and your viewers.
Founders Evan Myers and Brandon Bohannan launched Fixd in November 2017 in Texas to find a better way to do home warranties. As of this month, they are bringing their home warranty ease to your area.
All plans feature upfront, transparent pricing for a variety of services including HVAC, plumbing, appliances, electrical, garage door and pool and spa, all conducted by top-rated, pre-screened technicians and pros.
“Homeowners love the concept of home warranty plans but they often don’t love their experiences with legacy companies,” said Brandon Bohannan, Co-founder and CEO of Fixd. “Historically, there’s been a lack of transparency, control, flexibility and choice for homeowners when it comes to what’s covered, how they file and track claim and service work, and which service pros to use – not surprisingly, only about 4 percent of the 75 million homeowners in the US actually use home warranty products.”
With the Fixd app, homeowners can also:
• Book a job in seconds;
• Track their technician’s progress on the job;
• Live chat with pros;
• Capture a digital history of home repairs and maintenance;
• Manage multiple properties.
Continued Bohannan, “At Fixd, we are removing all that friction entirely and transforming this legacy process into a fast and easy experience. With Fixd, you can build the plan that’s right for you and book the services you need in seconds – all through one convenient app on your smart phone.”
According to homewarrantyreviews.com, the average home warranty premium in Georgia is $318.13. With Fixd, you can cover your whole home for as little as $58 a month, and you don’t have to worry about being ripped off, as all of their prices are available for you to see on their website at all time.
This Atlanta expansion is exciting as it marks Fixd Repair’s first market launch outside of its home state of Texas, and the company looks to roll out to other markets this year.