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App helps homeowners keep up with maintenance projects

Mobile download provides reminders for range of tasks

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If you’d like to use your smartphone to manage home maintenance and improvement projects — you guessed it, there’s an app for that.

HomeZada, a new online service and app, available on iPhone, Android and iPad platforms, helps homeowners track various home projects including maintenance, home improvement and home inventory.

"Do you remember when the furnace needs cleaning?" a spokesperson in a promotional video asks. "Are the gutters on the roof clogged?"

Ostensibly, HomeZada will help a homeowner plan, remember and get needed home maintenance jobs like those done. The app also helps homeowners keep track of cleaning, yard work and other projects. The app’s alerts notify users when a certain task must be performed.

There’s a function that allows homeowners to document all their possessions via photo.

This cloud-based home management tool is free in its "Essentials" version, which includes the inventory tool, property documents management, news and alerts, and access to the mobile versions of the app.

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A premium version is available for $9.95 a month or $99 per year that adds tracking functionality for the home improvement project tool, including budget and shopping info; the paid version also offers the ability to integrate the app’s calendar with others and to coordinate email reminders.

HomeZada screenshot.

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