Potomac, Md. (PRWEB) June 30, 2012
In response to the gale-force winds and heavy rain that damaged homes and trees and knocked out power across the Mid-Atlantic region this weekend, Seva Call is adding tree removal service to its database of high-quality service professionals. Consumers who use Seva Call to connect with tree removal, auto glass repair, or roofing professionals will receive $20 to help offset the cost of storm cleanup.
Seva Call is a free personal concierge service that directly connects consumers to high quality local professionals. Consumers visit http://www.sevacall.com and enter a description of their service needs as well as their location and availability. Seva Call does the rest. Within minutes, Seva Call connects the consumers via telephone to high quality service professionals who have already been informed of the service request details. Beyond tree removal, auto glass repair and roofing, the service can help customers connect with professionals in more than 40 other industry categories, including computer repair, heating & cooling, and locksmiths.
“There are many service needs that result from severe weather, especially with winds blowing hard enough to damage trees,” says Seva Call President Manpreet Singh, whose Potomac, Md. office lost power due to the storm. “We wanted to add a pertinent service category and offer a little help to encourage consumers pick up the pieces and get back to their lives as quickly as possible.”
Seva Call takes into account user-generated reviews, location, and the consumer’s specific need and availability to connect consumers to the professionals who are best suited to help them with their service needs.
After a consumer uses Seva Call to connect with a tree removal, auto glass repair or roofing professional, a Seva Call representative will contact the consumer with further instructions about how to redeem the $20 offer.
Seva Call is available to help consumers anywhere in the United States connect with service. The company has plans to launch iPhone and Android apps later this summer.