Home services marketplace Plentific.com is now powering the ‘Find a Tradesmen’ feature on DIY Doctor.
DIY Doctor is a website dedicated to helping everyday people with their DIY tasks, providing tips, guides and how-to videos on a number of popular topics. The website also offers a service that allows users to find local tradesmen for their home improvement projects. Formerly powered by Checkatrade, this ‘Find a Tradesman’ service will henceforth be provided by Plentific.
Users on DIY Doctor will now be able to benefit from the services and features available to Plentific customers. All Plentific Pros have a profile page displaying their qualifications, past projects and customer reviews, which makes comparing options a much simpler process. Customers can even choose to book a ‘verified Pro’, who will have passed a comprehensive checking process to prove that they are high quality.
This partnership will provide our customers with a quality way to find, compare and book tradesmen.
DIY Doctor’s users will also be able to get their projects covered by the Plentific Guarantee. This industry-defining policy can protect an entire home improvement project from start to finish and ensure a result that customers will love.
“We have high standards for websites that put customers in touch with quality local tradesmen,” said Mike Edwards, Founder of DIY Doctor. “Plentific doesn’t just find tradesmen for customers: It highlights the best options, lets customers compare them closely and even offers protection for projects in case things go wrong.
Plentific also understands trade professionals, offering them free leads and only charging them when they win a job. This partnership will provide our customers with a quality way to find, compare and book tradesmen; something we’ve not been able to offer before now.”
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