We know that home maintenance and repairs can be frustrating and inefficient for homeowners, renters, and home services professionals. We know this because we are or have been homeowners, renters, and home services professionals - just like you.
Fortunately, the problems that are experienced in this space, by the people on both sides of the market, can be solved thanks to modern technology. Our product helps people in need to find the people that have the knowledge and skills required to help them fix their problems. It allows them to connect in real time using any device to address the situation immediately. Payment is integrated so there is no more hassle with that whole process. Think of us as an combination of all of the great things that you love about Angie's List, Skype, Uber, and Square all rolled in to one app. We are all about creating efficiency and value for everyone.
We are more than just a startup technology company. QuickCarl is built as a socially responsible organization. Our culture of helping others can be seen throughout all of our operations.
As a service-disabled, veteran-owned business, we have a strong connection to our nation's military and those who support it. QuickCarl provides a platform for transitioning vets and those in between jobs to put their skills to work. Plus, vets can highlight their service by including a military emblem to their online profiles, and customers can search for veteran-owned businesses.
We are especially interested in partnering with a non-profit organization like mikeroweWORKS foundation that supports tradesmen and highlights their role in building our infrastructure and keeping the wheels rolling. If anyone knows Mike, let him know we would love to have a coffee and talk about how we could help.
Supporting a cause.
Every year, millions of Americans and their families are affected by cardiovascular disease. By donating a portion of our revenue to this cause, we want to help the American Heart Association accomplish its mission of building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
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