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Video Chat a Pro – the Perfect Coronavirus Resource

Despite being conceived and founded in 2018, Video Chat a Pro has become an indispensable resource in these unprecedented times. With coronavirus changing the way we interact, do business and work as a society, it seems we all have a choice to make: resist and try to keep doing things the old ways, or find new solutions to new problems. Video Chat a Pro is one of those new solutions that has become almost necessary during this coronavirus crisis.

Based in Lago Vista, TX, but available to all residents of the United States, Video Chat a Pro is an online platform that connects homeowners, car owners or ‘Do It Yourselfers’ (DIYers), with local businesses and licensed tradesmen in real-time via livestream video chats. Video Chat a Pro works with plumbers, electricians, mechanics, landscapers and irrigation installers, HVAC specialists and appliance repair technicians.

DIYers interested in tackling some at-home installations, repairs or projects can consult with licensed professionals via livestream video chat. These skilled tradesmen can then give advice specific to the situation and the tools available. The years of experience and training that these tradesmen have can become an invaluable resource to anyone looking to confidently fix something in their home or car. This can also be a great, safe way to learn a new skill without worrying about breaking anything.

Homeowners and car owners that don’t want to perform the repair or installation themselves can also take advantage of Video Chat a Pro’s livestream video chat feature. Local businesses in the plumbing, auto repair, electrical repair, HVAC maintenance, appliance repair and irrigation installation fields can provide homeowners and car owners with precise estimates through the livestream video chat feature at the fraction of a cost of an in-person inspection. With Video Chat a Pro, users can say goodbye to strangers in their home and waiting for hours for someone to show up to perform an in-home estimate, and they can say hello to saving time, money and frustration.

For more information about how Video Chat a Pro can save their users time, money and stress, while safely teaching DIYers a new skill, interested readers can view their most recent blog post 4 Ways Video Chat a Pro Can Make Your Life Easier During COVID-19. Video Chat a Pro also offers additional resources for DIYers and anyone else looking to make an at-home repair or installation. Visit www.livestreamapro.com to browse and view previously recorded DIY video chats to see if your question has already been answered by one of the licensed professionals. Video Chat a Pro also has a Do It Yourself with Video Chat a Pro section that is filled with How Tos on a wide range of installations and repairs in the aforementioned fields.

Anyone looking to get started with a livestream DIY video chat or precise, remote estimate can visit www.videochatapro.com and simply select DIY or Local Business. From there, just select the proper category and a list of available businesses or licensed professionals will appear.

Licensed professionals or local businesses in the automotive, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, irrigation or appliance repair fields that are interested in incorporating livestream video chats into their business offerings can contact the team at Video Chat a Pro by phone between 9:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, at (512) 962-8780 or via email at [email protected]. Interested readers can learn more about Video Chat a Pro by viewing their previous press release here.

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For more information about Video Chat a Pro, contact the company here:

Video Chat a Pro
Jason Bauder
(512) 962-8780
[email protected]
3500 Lohman Ford Rd, Lago Vista, TX 78654

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