How it Works

Organizes and streamlines the home maintenance and renovation process.

  • Maintenance reminders are sent to your calendar
  • Documents home projects on photographic timelines
  • Organizes information about contractors-contracts, license, permits
  • Message board for users and advertisers
  • A.I. helper, Ask Bob assists with DIY projects
  • Keeps track of financial info, invoices and expenses
  • Shares referral information
  • Affiliate partners assist users with additional services

Health Benefits from Home Maintenance

Home Maintenance plays a crucial role in creating a safe, comfortable and healthy living environment, which can have positive impacts on both physical and mental health

  • Preventive Health Benefits
  • Safety Measures
  • Mental Health
  • Accessibility
  • Healthy Living Spaces
  • Preventing Home Hazards

Maintenance & Remodeling Challenges

Home Remodeling

  • Organizing documents (bids, contracts, receipts, etc)
  • Finding Reliable Contractors
  • Managing “Do It Yourself” Challenges
  • Meeting Permit and Regulation Compliance
  • Confirming License, Bonding and Insurance

Home Maintenance

  • Busy Lifestyles
  • Lack of Planning
  • Lack of Experience
  • Underestimating the Importance of Maintenance
  • Assuming New Homes Don't Need Maintenance

Maintenance Schedule

Home buyers may not know the maintenance history or specific needs of the property.

Creating a maintenance schedule and budget, and educating oneself about the basics of home care can go a long way in preventing issues and ensuring a well-maintained home.

  • DAILY TASKS - Empty dryer lint trap, etc
  • SEASONAL MAINTENANCE TASKS - Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter
  • ONGOING MAINTENANCE TASKS - Appliances, Interior, Exterior, etc.
  • ROOM BY ROOM - Kitchen, Living Areas, Bedroom, etc.

Remodel Relief

Available in Apple, Android & Web based formats


Easy to plan and organise your projects

Easy way to connect with local contractors, vendors and referrals

Provide a chronological timeline as work is completed

A Case Study

We experienced a disastrous foundation remodeling situation.

  • Contractor wasn’t licensed, bonded or insured
  • No builder’s permit filed before work was started
  • Work crew walked off the job (lack of payment)
  • 4 week job dragged on 8 months
  • Flooded basement/frozen pipes $400
  • Destroyed our lawn $3,000
  • Broke our gas line $2,400
  • Damage to our air conditioner $600
  • Still owes us $15,000 worth of labor & materials
  • Rubble and trash left on site (dumpster $500)
  • Frequent “No Shows”
  • Legal fees for Lien Releases w/subcontractors $2,500
  • You name it! They did it….. wrong! $24,400

Stress + Anxiety + Inconvenience

We needed Remodel Relief!!

Dr. Shelley Cooper

CEO & Founder

Graduate of
*Clark Weitz Clarkson Construction Strategic Partnership Program KCI Single Terminal Project

*Healthy Homes certificate Children’s Mercy Hospital

Terry Oehrke

Chief Technology Officer

Vivek Dharmani

Chief Software Development Officer

Lakeisha Brown

Chief Marketing Officer

John Rhein

Peak Nine Design

Matthew Mellor

Zelis (successful exit)

Sujal Shah

SHS Consulting Group

Pricing Packages

Individual subscriptions

$5.99/month ,$59.99/year

Non-Profit Organizations

Promotional Codes for reduced billing

Enterprise contracts

$3.99/ month (1,000 min)

Annual billing based on number of users

Important Questions for your Contractor

Ensure the contractor has the necessary licenses and permits to operate legally. Additionally, verify that they carry liability insurance and worker’s compensation to protect you from potential liabilities.

Request a list of references from previous clients to gauge the contractor’s reputation and quality of work. Contact these references to inquire about their experiences working with the contractor.

Experience matters in the remodeling industry. An established contractor with a solid track record is more likely to deliver successful results.

Ensure the contractor has experience in the specific type of remodeling project you need. Some contractors may excel in kitchen renovations, while others may specialize in bathroom remodeling or home additions.

Request a comprehensive written estimate that clearly states that it includes all costs, materials, labor, and a timeline for the project. This will help you understand the scope of work and avoid surprises later. The estimate should also state any costs NOT included or that you are responsible for.

Inquire about their process for dealing with changes in the project scope and how they address unexpected problems that may arise during the remodeling process. Ask about their Change Order process.

Clarify whether the contractor or the homeowner will be responsible for obtaining the necessary permits for the remodeling project.

Ask about any warranties or guarantees the contractor provides for their workmanship and the materials used.

Understand how the contractor plans to handle the cleanup and disposal of construction debris to ensure a clean and safe worksite.

Obtain a clear estimate of how long the remodeling project is expected to take from start to finish, keeping in mind potential delays and factors that may impact the timeline.