LAS VEGAS, Jan. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) named FreshBrix headquartered in McLean, VA with Best Home Technology Product in its fourth annual Best of IBS Awards held during the 2016 International Builders' Show (IBS) in Las Vegas. The awards were presented during the Best of IBS Awards ceremony on the final day of the show.
This year's Best of IBS Awards received over 325 award entries, submitted by over 130 exhibitors. Decided by a panel of independent judges made up of attending reporters and building professionals, the awards were given in nine categories, plus an overall Best in Show award.
Awards were given to exhibitors with a product or line that shows the best combination of design, functionality and innovation, as well as its usefulness to consumers and/or home builders.
"The competition for this year's Best of IBS awards was fierce. There were so many great products entered this year," said Tom Swartz, NAHB's 2015 Conventions and Meetings Committee Chair and a home builder and remodeler from Decatur, IL and Marco Island, FL. "The 2016 winners represent the best and most innovative products on the market, and we are pleased to be able to honor them today."
Matt Comstock, Co-founder & CEO of FreshBrix, said, "Winning this award is significant recognition by the industry that improving the overall home buying experience and customer relationship between builders and homebuyers is a priority."
FreshBrix's mission is to rethink and innovate the home buying experience through better information and communication between builders, homebuyers, contractors, suppliers, and manufacturers. FreshBrix works with homebuilders to create a completely personalized digital home record (DHR™) that helps homeowners document, maintain, and repair their home when something goes wrong. The FreshBrix mobile platform makes all this information available real-time and in the palm of the users hand. We hope to make a meaningful impact by helping builders and homeowners eliminate the frustration, friction and uncertainty tied to home buying and maintenance.