These days there’s a mobile app for almost everything, and homeownership is no exception. With the number of apps available increasing day by day, it’s becoming harder to figure out which ones are worthy of space on your phone. Eliminate guesswork and save time by checking our list of the best homeowner mobile apps.
- HomeSavvy – Are you finding it difficult to track the days when your HVAC system needs servicing or your chimney requires sweeping? This app will help you create home maintenance schedules and send you alerts to make sure you stick to your plan.
- BillMinder – Make sure you never pay late fees again by downloading this app. It allows you to track all your expenses from insurance payments to mortgages to utility bills.
- QwikFix A/C – It’s frustrating to wait for hours for a service technician to arrive to repair your air conditioner on a scorching summer day. This app will help you troubleshoot and fix minor A/C problems.
- HomeLogic Mobile Control – Imagine controlling your home’s heating, lighting, audio and alarm systems both locally and remotely via the Internet. With HomeLogic, you can do all that as well as increase and decrease the temperature of your primary and secondary home with your phone.
- Emerson e-Saver – When thinking of replacing your heating and cooling system, the Emerson e-Saver Residential app allows you to compare the annual savings that the replacement options will provide. You can also check how well or poorly the options match the current minimum industry standards.
- AroundMe – This is an excellent app for homeowners who aren’t familiar with the area. It uses your location to tell you everything that’s around you such as local businesses, hospitals, and restaurants.
Install these apps on your phone to make home maintenance much easier and convenient. To learn more about useful homeowner mobile apps, please contact us at Aggressive Mechanical Contractors. We serve Monmouth County and the surrounding area.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Monmouth County, New Jersey and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
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