MyCasa is a new startup that aims to relieve the burden of car owners of having to bring their vehicles to the workshop for periodic maintenance service.

"Maintenance is an important part of car ownership, but it is sometimes neglected due to our busy schedules. We want to remove this burden of needing extra effort, resource and time from car owners," said Mr. Arby Andaya of MyCasa.

Launched as the "first professional vehicle maintenance home service," MyCasa caters to car owners and users within Metro Manila. Realizing the dynamic schedules of vehicle owners, the service can even be availed 24/7.

MyCasa brings quality auto service to your doorstep

The company offers convenience through a host of services done right at their customers' home or office. These services include basic Preventive Maintenance Service (PMS), change oil, change brake pads, rotor re-surface, interior antibac, engine decarbonize and exterior glass coating. MyCasa conducts all these services right at the convenience of your place, and at a time that you conveniently choose.

MyCasa brings quality auto service to your doorstep

All MyCasa technicians are trained in-house to be professional and courteous. They work with a complete set of professional-grade tools which allow them to be efficient and accurate. They are equipped with everything needed to take care of customer vehicles – from supplies, to cleaning tools, to work lights, and generators. The mission of MyCasa is to make vehicle care pleasant and convenient for the customer. 

MyCasa brings quality auto service to your doorstep

While the customer can choose to use any preferred brand for parts and supplies, MyCasa carries partner brands that offer quality and value for money such as: Bendix BlueChem, Hardex, NGK spark plugs, NWB, Fleetmax, Splitfire, and Supagard. 

To book a service, simply call 987-CASA (987-2272), email [email protected], send a Facebook message thru https://m.me/mycasaph or log in to http://www.mycasa.ph. MyCasa currently covers the Metro Manila, but the company aims to expand to key provincial cities early next year.