Startups

Housejoy launches two new services to simplify people’s lives

On-demand services company HouseJoy, today announced the launch of two new services – Movers & Packers and Documentation support in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad. The company has added the two new services in their kitty, are the next step in simplifying people’s lives.

Housejoy launches two new services to simplify people’s lives

The newly launched Movers & Packers service will come in handy any time if one plans to shift home or office. Through Housejoy, the movers & packers will pack, load, unload and unpack ensuring 100% quality standards. Once you’ve moved into the new house, you can avail additional services that are essential to relocation needs such as Home Cleaning, Painting, Appliance and Furniture Installation, Repairs and Fixes or even Pest Control if required.

The company claims to provide verified and trained moving and packing professionals, who will take care of the entire shifting process including packing, loading, unloading and unpacking. The company claims to complete moving and packing within a day.

On the other side, document services have been introduced to assist with tasks like applying for a pan card, passport, IT returns etc., on the customer’s behalf. HouseJoy professionals will collect the necessary document proofs from your doorstep and execute the work avoiding people having to take time off from work for these requirements.

HouseJoy is a one-stop solution for a plethora of home and personal requirements, right from getting your house and car cleaned, appliances installed, pest control done to availing doorstep laundry and salon services.

Earlier HouseJoy was operating in 12 cities but in May 2017, the company had shut down operations in seven cities to reduce its workforce by 50%. The company also wanted to focus on its beauty segment which accounts for about 30% of its revenues.

In the home services space, HouseJoy competes with UrbanClap, which recently raised $21 million in a Series C round of funding from Vy Capital, SAIF Partners, Accel Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners.

RESPONSES

You Might Also Like