Sheltr, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a home maintenance software platform, raised $3.2m in funding.
Backers included South Park Commons, MetaProp, NYCA Partners, Ben Porterfield, Co-Founder of Looker Data Sciences, Misha Esipov, Co-Founder of Nova Credit, and Marcus Ridgway, Co-Founder of Invitation Homes, among others.
The company intends to use the funds to make key hires at its San Francisco-based headquarters, grow its platform of service providers, and expand into new cities.
Founded in 2018 by Andrew Wynn and Praveen Chekuri, Sheltr provides a home maintenance software platform that leverages tech and a network of vetted contractors to reduce instances of repair and simplify the consumer booking and scheduling process. About MetaProp
Through the app, Sheltr members schedule and pay for twice-annual home check-ups performed by trained professionals. Each check-up includes routine preventative maintenance, like replacing furnace filters and changing smoke and carbon monoxide detector batteries, as well as technology-driven home assessments that catalog appliances, monitor the home’s exterior condition, and provide proactive recommendations for home services.