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HomeZada helps you with maintaining your home

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New technology is in place to help you manage your regular or seasonal maintenance tasks around your home.

Based on your entered personal digital profile, HomeZada not only will give you recommendations, but it will also aid in planning for those tricky home improvement products, organize your paperwork, and even keep an inventory of items in your home.

HomeZada offers a bunch of features for free. Users can log in to their accounts and gaze at 150 home maintenance, yard work, cleaning and organizing tasks.

You can add them into your "To-Do List Calendar" along with reminder dates and frequency of occurrence. An email reminder will arrive for each task as it comes so those regular tasks are never forgotten again. HomeZada helps the whole household stay organized.

As if that isn't enough, HomeZada also has a budgeting component.

“HomeZada revolutionizes the way homeowners manage the many aspects of homeownership by bringing together multiple applications and content in one easy to use, online solution,” says co-founder Elizabeth Dodson. “HomeZada is much more than a new closet system or plastic container organizer that makes life less cluttered. HomeZada is the only company that organizes and manages the important things homeowners tend to put off or have scattered in different locations, such as an inventory of possessions, home maintenance checklists, To-Do lists, home improvement projects, and home spending.”

To start out, you can use the free HomeZada Essentials package. A Premium package with more features and tools is available for $5.95 per month. HomeZada accounts can be accessed online at or by downloading the HomeZada mobile app to iPhone, iPod and Android devices

Create your HomeZada account today.


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