Living in the Cloud: The Paperless Home

SEElogix helps homeowners manage their homes in the cloud[/caption]

Whether it’s stashed in the kitchen drawer or neatly organized in the filing cabinet, homeownership comes with paperwork.

Richmonders Helen Reed and Mike Wade have teamed up to create SEElogix, a cloud-based service that’s revolutionizing the way homeowners manage information about their home.  The company was a finalist in the 2012 i.e.* startup competition.  Read “Meet an i.e. finalist: SEELogix”– Richmond Times-Dispatch.

From the paint color in the guest room to the name of the plumbing company you hired to fix the kitchen sink, SEElogix keeps all of your household information in one place—“the cloud.”

“It’s like a website for your home,” said Wade.  “Organizing your information electronically makes the home easier to maintain, saves on energy and preserves its value.” Watch “Stretching Your Dollars” – WRIC-TV

[caption id="attachment_284" align="alignright" width="300"]Helen Reed and Mike Wade, co-founders of SEElogix Helen Reed and Mike Wade, co-founders of SEElogix[/caption]

Built-in, customizable reminders alert users to routine tasks such as changing smoke detector batteries or scheduling fall lawn aeration services.

For a one-time fee of $149, homeowners can set up an online account. It is even transferrable to the next homeowner, creating a seamless transition after closing.  Read “Start-up helps homeowners see the logic”- Richmond BizSense

 “Home maintenance can quickly become overwhelming when tasks pile up.” “We created the service to help streamline tasks and simplify life.”

Stay tuned for spring cleaning and money-saving tips from SEElogix this month on NBC12’s More Bang for Your Buck.



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