New VCAP Blog: How to Choose the Right Electrical Contractor

September 23, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Video Chat a Pro (VCAP), based in Lago Vista, TX, but serving homeowners and car owners across the country, is a livestream video chat platform that connects people via livestream video chat with licensed tradesmen or local businesses in a variety of industries. Video Chat a Pro works with electricians, plumbers, mechanics, landscapers, HVAC specialists and appliance repair technicians. In the newest blog post in their Electrical DIY series, Video Chat a Pro has shared their top three things homeowners need to know in order to choose the right electrical contractor.

Video Chat a Pro serves homeowners and car owners in several different ways. First, Video Chat a Pro connects homeowners and car owners with local businesses in the previously mentioned niches in their area that can provide remote estimates. These estimates are much less costly than an in-home visitation and are done through Video Chat a Pro’s livestream video chat. Anyone with a smartphone, tablet or computer can use Video Chat a Pro without even having to download any apps or install any programs.

Next, Video Chat a Pro also serves the Do It Yourself (DIY) community. Using the livestream video chat, Video Chat a Pro connects DIYers with licensed professionals in the plumbing, electrical, auto repair, HVAC repair, landscaping and appliance repair fields. These professionals can then give DIYers, or anyone looking to do some repairs or installations at home or in their car, with advice specific to their situation and the tools available to the caller. This can give homeowners and car owners the safety and confidence to try to repair things on their own and learn a new skill in the process, while saving a ton of money.

Lastly, Video Chat a Pro also publishes blog posts filled with information for interested readers. As previously mentioned, in their most recent blog post, Video Chat a Pro discusses the steps to take and considerations to make before choosing an electrical contractor or electrical services company. To read more about the process, their blog post, How to Choose the Right Electrical Contractor, can be viewed here.

“Larger electrical projects can take quite some time and can sometimes be rather expensive, so it’s important that you select the right electrical contractor or electrical services company. Getting stuck with a company or contractor you don’t like can make the situation even more complicated than it needs to be. You’re better off taking a little extra time in the beginning, than pulling out your hair three months later. Trust me,” Jason Bauder, the founder of Video Chat a Pro, said.

To learn more about Video Chat a Pro, interested readers can view their previous press release here. To get started with a livestream video chat remote estimate or DIY help session, simply visit and select the appropriate categories on the home screen. For questions, comments, concerns or membership information for businesses and licensed tradesmen, feel free to 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


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

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

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