Displaying items by tag: home improvment
Looking for: Designer, Developer
Maintaining a home is hard. Homeowners just don't know what maintenance to do, when to do it, or how to get it done.So things break. And homeowners lose time and money on repairs that could have been prevented.Homebuddy makes home care easy. We develop a custom maintenance plan for your home, send you reminders when it's time for maintenance, and…
Looking for: Designer, Developer
Revolutionise the way in which people search and request home services in the European market. Feel free to contact me for some further info or if interested to have a more precise chat
Looking for: Biz developer, Designer, Developer, Engineer
The home renovation market in Canada is worth approx. $50 Billion / year which makes it very attractive. The platform I'm currently working on aims to solve one of the biggest problems most home owners face when renovating their homes, lack of transparency from shady contractors. The platform will host the entire process of a home renovation project from start…
Looking for: Biz developer, Marketer
Listen to home appliance sounds and notify user via light when a sound was recognized. Examples of appliances: kitchen timer, refrigerator sound warning, microwave, doorbell, landline phone, smoke alert. Target users: home owners, hearing impaired people.
When we see a furniture fair, we dont know the actual price. So lot of people dissapointed, because the price range is out of their budgets.  My idea is create a curated furniture exhibition with price limit. For example:  The FurniCheap : Furniture Exhibition with Price Under Rp. 2.000.000,-
Looking for: Advisor, Designer, Developer, Engineer
We have pioneered and developed a very robust 3 dimensional interior decorating tool that lets users create, then decorate their spaces with real-world products and materials. The primary benefit of our tool is to make it easier for consumers to visualize what their space will look like...instantly. When they can 'see it' they'll buy it. Currently the design platform includes over…
Commercial buildings have hot and cold areas, often within the same building.  Given the common practice of rearranging areas using mobile walls or cubicals, static thermostats just don't do the job.  What is needed is a large number of battery powered, thermometers, which can be temporarily placed in desired locations, and a set of remotely controlled valves that can adjust…