For purposes of this chapter, the term:

(1) “Household services” means:

(a) Furniture assembly;
(b) Interior painting;
(c) Television mounting;
(d) Local moving help, such as packing, lifting, loading, and rearranging household items, but excluding transporting items;
(e) Hanging pictures, mirrors, curtains, blinds, and shelves;
(f) Home cleaning;
(g) Installation of in-home technology that does not require a hardwired electrical connection; or
(h) Installing or replacing door hardware.

Household services do not include services that require licensure under chapter 489.

(2) “Marketplace contractor” means any individual who:

(a) Enters into an agreement with a marketplace platform to use the platform’s technology application to connect with third-party individuals or entities seeking temporary household services.
(b) In return for compensation, offers or provides temporary household services to third-party individuals or entities through the marketplace platform’s technology application.
(3) “Marketplace platform” or “platform” means an entity operating in this state which:

(a) Offers an online-enabled technology application service, website, or system that enables marketplace contractors to provide services to third-party individuals or entities seeking such temporary household services.
(b) Accepts service requests from the public only through its online-enabled technology application service, website, or system.