Scheduling maintenance and repairs for your home can seem like a full-time job, even if you don’t do any of the work yourself. Who do I call when the dishwasher or the ice machine or dryer stops working? How do I know that they are going to do a good job? Is it time to schedule maintenance for my generator or furnace or septic tank? Did we use latex, oil paint or stain last time we painted? Didn’t I pay that bill already? 

Here’s how to make the job a snap. Register with, a recently launched, unique, easy-to-use home management service that is FREE for homeowners throughout Fairfield and Westchester counties. The registration process takes less than one minute! After you register, a certified home inspector will visit and make note of everything that needs maintenance or repairs, and take pictures. This comprehensive home profile syncs with the Hinged software, creating a customized, pro-active dashboard and maintenance plan.

Once you are setup on Hinged, you will receive a schedule of upcoming “events” so you can anticipate what your home will need. You will have access to a database of over 100 service providers in 50 categories, all accredited, insured and fully vetted by Hinged. You can make appointments on the Hinged dashboard calendar, knowing that on their end, the service providers will have the information on your home that will allow them to come prepared with necessary parts and tools. When they finish, you can pay them online, using a credit card stored with via its highly secure system.

As a further advantage, Hinged archives all services on your History page, which helps you review home expenses and maximize annual tax deductions. They also offer a My Neighborhood section so you can interact with other Hinged members and review service providers. 

Take back your weekends. Spend time with your family and friends instead of interviewing contractors. Eliminate the headaches of home ownership. offers effortless home maintenance, repairs, and organization all in one place, or as they call it, “Peace of Home.”