Startup Profile: domore.ng — get vetted contractors for your home projects

by | Jan 24, 2018

domore.ng is an online platform that connects professional building contractors to clients easily. It officially started operation on November 30, 2017.  Services offered by contractors on domore include painting, renovation,  kitchen remodeling, roof repair, plumbing work, as well as building a new home.

While the solution provided by domore.ng seems simple, it will surprise one to discover that a lot of people find it frustrating dealing with contractors. Asides the fact that many of them exhibit a level of unprofessionalism, clients can barely evaluate the quality of their works. domore.ng is setting in to cater for all of these.

Domore.ng has two addressable markets — contractors seeking jobs and clients needing such projects.  As such users can either sign up as a contractor or client. While clients request for projects by filling a form and uploading relevant pictures, contractors bid for those project and get selected based on their performance history.

Domore is championed by Ephraim Anierobi.

Do you wish to outsource home projects? Visit the website.


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