We like you, North Carolina: not only do you have the beaches of OBX and the breweries of Asheville, but you’re the home of Krispy Kreme AND Pepsi. And just like the first Wright Brothers flight that took off in Kill Devil Hills, we couldn’t be more excited to touch down in the Tar Heel State.
Why did we see the Research Triangle as the perfect next destination for Armadillo? The region’s population of smart, savvy, modern homebuyers are the target audience for our tech-enabled, transparent home warranty product.
We are thrilled to announce that Lisa Best will be leading the expansion of Armadillo Home Warranty to North Carolina.
Lisa joined the team to spearhead bringing Armadillo to realtors and homeowners across the North Carolina market. With over 7 years of home warranty experience, Lisa is the driving force behind Armadillo’s debut in North Carolina.
“My goal was to be able to provide a home warranty that was easy to use and provided a smooth and simplified claim experience for your clients. And I found the one: Armadillo! Choose your own contractor, use one of ours. No hassle claims,” said Lisa Best, home warranty expert. “I joined Armadillo to provide realtors and their clients with high quality protection that is modern and designed for a new generation of homeowners.”
Suffice it to say, we are for homeowners. It’s as simple as that. We’ve turned the simple insight that repairing or replacing the stuff in your home should be easy, convenient and fast – into a home warranty product for a new age. We’re coming for ya, North Carolina.
If you are a realtor in North Carolina, reach out to Lisa to introduce your clients to a new age of home warranty.
Lisa@armadillo.one | (919) 723-1456
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