Built by students at Kirirom Institute of Technology, Fixh.me is a digital platform providing a place where homeowners can find trustworthy home repair services.
The platform was created by Teng Seavpor, Tea Vengtiang, Sim Chhay, and Phan Putheary.
Fixh.me connects technicians directly to homeowners who need services like plumbing, electricity, or electronic device repair services. Customers are able to either book their desired service through Facebook page, by making a phone call, or booking through the website.
Once a customer has booked the service they need, the company will schedule a visit from any available technician that has gone through a screening process. If the service needed is urgent, it is possible for a technician to be at customers doorstep in 20 minutes since confirming the booking.
Seavpor, one of the creators of the platform mentioned, said: “In the future, we will have more services for customers, such as cleaning the house and home maintenance,” promising to provide more and more services through their platform.
While the students aim to focus on their website and social media platform in the first place, they are also developing a mobile application.
Fixh.me was part of the SmartStart Cycle 2 Challenge. The startup won $4,000 and an entry into a six-month incubation programme. It had also received $9,000, and coaching as one of the three winning teams at the Startupper of the Year by Total Challenge 2018-2019.