Home Repairs: Mobile Application for Home Maintenance Services
Keywords:Home repairs, Maintenance services, customers, service engineers, mobile application.
The market related to home services is approaching the customers with innovative ways to survive with the unending marketplace inclinations. On-demand services are essentially a more suitable and efficient method of acquiring and ordering trained services. The current generation is the biggest user of internet facilities and this has broadened the opportunities for the home services businesses. The application “Home Repairs” aims to provide a wide range of home maintenance services, for example, maintenance of electrical appliances, repair of doors, air conditioners, televisions, etc., in addition to carrying out cleaning operations. The customer can download it from the Play Store. The services needed, the employee inclination, etc. can be specified using appropriate options. The feedback from the customers who had availed of the services can be reviewed for taking better decisions and making comparisons. This application saves time and effort of the customer by avoiding the need of going to maintenance stores, leaving the house and being in the market for a long time, waiting for traffic congestion, etc. This application will be especially useful for the elderly and special needs people. The team is consisting of skilled engineers who value customer satisfaction. This will be the first application in the Sultanate of Oman that serves the field of home maintenance and seeks to facilitate home maintenance services. The application will provide a user-friendly interface and a fast means to solve maintenance problems with the lowest costs possible to ensure convenience and provide distinctive and attractive services to customers.
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