Swyfft Adopts Sheltr to Extend Proactive Home Maintenance to Policyholders

The Sheltr mobile app experience provides a proactive and preventative home maintenance solution to mitigate the risks associated with unanticipated repairs. 

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Swyfft, a Morristown, N.J.-bassed insurance carrier  that uses artificial intelligence with the aim of saving customers and agents time and money, has announced a with Sheltr (San Francisco), the subscription app that helps homeowners proactively care for their homes to catch and mitigate issues before they become costly repairs. The partnership will provide select Swyfft customers in the Bay Area and Houston markets with Comprehensive Home Care which includes bi-annual home maintenance check-ups and the ability to book home maintenance services on-demand through Sheltr’s app.

Andrew Wynn CEO & Co-Founder, Sheltr.

“Today’s consumers expect high-quality services to be delivered at the touch of a button,” comments Sean Maher, CEO, Swyfft. “This includes homeowners buying insurance and agents selling it. But the Swyfft experience is more than fast quoting; it’s about relationships and providing unique services that benefit our customers and agent. We’re excited to partner with another innovative program like Sheltr who can make preventative risk services seamless for all.”

Sheltr aims to make home maintenance effortless through twice-annual home check-ups that the vendor likens to a physical examination for a house. Sheltr helps identify potential issues and mitigate them before they become costly repairs or claims. When work needs to be done, Sheltr provides seamless scheduling with top providers, making it easy to get repairs done on time and on budget.

New Dynamic

“We’re excited to work with a modern insurance carrier like Swyfft who is a leading innovator in the traditionally slow to change homeowner’s insurance industry,” comments Andrew Wynn CEO & Co-Founder, Sheltr. “Sheltr is changing the way insurers interact with their customers by allowing them to provide preventative loss and protection services—a win-win for both insurer and their customer. This new dynamic goes beyond the outdated transactional relationship and puts high-quality services at the center of the relationship.”

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at AnthODonnell@IIReporter.com or (503) 936-2803.

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