Just a Call for Free Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry Repairs

Published: 25th November 2015 03:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th November 2015 03:57 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Helpr, a technology platform that provides on-demand household services, is offering free electrical, carpentry and plumbing repairs in flood-affected areas across Chennai for a week. This service is available for the under-privileged, and all government and non-government run agencies.  

Through this service camp, Helpr will take calls and emails from schools, hospitals, old age homes, shelters and orphanages that require assistance. People can reach out for the services by calling the hotline +917676000300 or by sending a mail to support@helpr.in.

Vijayramkumar Veeraraghavan, CEO of Helpr said, “We wanted to do what we do best, which is help people. What better time to help than in this hour of need. Helpr’s Chennai Relief campaign will involve free week long service camps across Chennai to help people who need urgent electrical, plumbing or carpentry work, but can’t afford it. We are doing our part for the society and we request all Chennaites to give us a call on our hotline and intimate us of any such places or people they know.”

Helpr also has a special offer for the rest of Chennai. Anyone in need of urgent repair work due to the calamity can book services at a discount of 50 per cent through the app, using code ‘RELIEF’. The App is available at http://helpr.in/app, on Google Play and the App Store. 

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