Based in Lago Vista, TX, Video Chat a Pro has announced the first blog post in their Electrical DIY series. This post shares with readers the top 3 DIY electrical projects they can tackle in their own homes with little previous experience, as long as they correctly follow the instructions. Video Chat a Pro also recently introduced a Plumbing DIY blog series with information about fixing various plumbing issues around the house like clogged drains and loose kitchen handles.
Video Chat a Pro is a website that connects homeowner and car owners with local businesses in the plumbing, auto repair, electrical, HVAC, landscaping and appliance repair fields via livestream video chat. Homeowners and car owners can then receive accurate, remote estimates via the camera on their smartphone at a fraction of the cost of an in-home visitation. Plus, during these unprecedented times in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, using remote estimates allows homeowners to skip over having a stranger in their home for the estimate.
Video Chat a Pro also offers a separate livestream video chat option for DIYers and anyone interested in installing, repairing or replacing something in their home. Like the remote estimates, Video Chat a Pro offers livestream DIY help from licensed mechanics, plumbers, electricians, HVAC technicians, landscapers and appliance repair specialists. DIYers can video chat with these licensed professionals and receive fully personalized advice to their current situation. Using these livestream video chats with licensed tradesmen allows anyone to pick up a set of tools and get to work with the confidence of a skilled professional in the palm of their hand.
Those looking for How Tos and step-by-step guides also have a home at Video Chat a Pro. In the first blog post in their Electrical DIY series, 3 Electrical Residential Services You Can Do Yourself, the team at Video Chat a Pro discusses their top 3 electrical DIY projects that you can do yourself to learn a new skill and save some money. If you would like to learn the step-by-step instructions to replace an electrical outlet, replace a ceiling fan or replace a light fixture, you can view their blog post by clicking here.
“It’s almost at the point now where there’s too much information out there on the internet,” the founder of Video Chat a Pro, Jason Bauder said. “How do you know who to trust? Anyone can go out there and write a How To for something. That doesn’t mean it’s the right way, or the best way or the safest way. With these new blog posts, I wanted people to have a source they could trust for solid information, written by professionals. And if they need help, there’s a team of licensed tradesmen on standby 24/7 to give them advice in real-time right from their phone. What more could you ask for?”
To learn more about Video Chat a Pro, interested readers can view their previous press release here. Local businesses and licensed tradesmen seeking more information about incorporating livestream video chats into their business services can contact the team at Video Chat a Pro at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting their website at www.videochatapro.com.
Anyone interested in using livestream video chats to receive remote estimates for repairs or installations of almost any kind, or interested in using a livestream DIY video chat to receive help from a licensed professional on a DIY project can also contact the team at Video Chat a Pro at email@example.com, or by visiting their website at www.videochatapro.com.
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Video Chat a Pro is a business directory listing for mechanics, plumbers, electricians, appliance repair technicians, HVAC specialists and more. It allows them to communicate with customers in real-time via live video chats through the platform.
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