Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Angie's List










Last week I was able to do a walk through of a newly renovated and stunning townhouse in the West Village for a fun event with Angie's List. To say that there was a huge case of apartment envy would be a big understatement. Each room from the kitchen to the living room, and bedroom were gorgeously decorated and set up so beautifully. 

I absolutely loved having the chance to see a beautiful home in my favorite area of New York City, and definitely gathered a few decor tips along the way! 


Both Scott Durchslag 
(CEO) and Angie Hicks (Founder) made it official in mentioning at the event that they will be "removing the the ratings and reviews pay-wall and enabling consumers to access this service for free." This comes as fantastic news! They will now offer free access to its selection of business reviews and ratings for anyone looking for a little home help. 


Once signing up with Angie's list there are a few new membership levels (Green, Silver, and Gold) that you are able to choose from. Below is a basic overview:



Green: Free of charge & access to companies in more than 700 service categories
Silver: Green features, + exclusive discounts, and bi-monthly magazine
Gold: All green and silver features, + complaint resolution process and customer support via phone


Having moved to NYC last year, it has been incredibly beneficial to have a site like Angie's list when it's comes to navigating through a new city. They work as the go-between to help ensure that managing my home life runs smoothly, and that makes this girl very happy. I definitely plan on using Angie's list in the future, with everything from house cleaning to pet care! (When I decide to make a little addition to my upper east side studio.) 






.:For more information on Angie's List and what they offer, click on the link below:.







Thank you to Angie's List for sponsoring this post! 
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