Swyfft and Sheltr Collaborate to Offer Proactive Home Maintenance

By Insurance CIO Outlook | Monday, January 06, 2020

The collaboration will make home maintenance effortless using patented analytical methods and unique data sources.

FREMONT, CA: With over 79 million owner-occupied homes in the U.S. and 22 million of those rigged with unanticipated home repair each year, Swyfft, an insurance service provider, understands the value in moving beyond conventional models and providing customers with risk-mitigating, value-add services such as preventive home maintenance. Using patented analytical methods and unique data sources, Swyfft provides policy administrator and an insurance quote in a few seconds just with the help of property address.

Recently, the company partnered with Sheltr, a  subscription app that helps homeowners proactively care for their homes. The partnership will offer select Swyfft customers in the Houston and Bay Area markets with comprehensive home care that includes the facility to book home maintenance services on-demand via Sheltr’s app.

Sheltr is a comprehensive home maintenance solution which promises to make home maintenance effortless via a subscription service that allows homeowners to care for their homes proactively.

The modern customers see high-quality service as the minimum which should be delivered at the touch of a button which includes homeowners purchasing insurance and agents selling it. Swyfft offers more than fast quoting, which is all about relationships and offering unique services that assist their agent and customers. Sheltr makes home maintenance easy via twice-annual home check-ups that are like a physical for the houses, identifying potential issues and mitigating them before they require costly repairs or claims. Also, it offers seamless scheduling with the best providers in case repair work is required, thereby providing timely and affordable repair works.

Sheltr is transforming the way insurers communicate with their customers by enabling them to offer preventive damage and protection services. The new dynamic reaches beyond the outdated transactional relationship and places high-quality services at the center.

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