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Introducing Classet's Handy Helper, the new-age AI bot that makes answering construction questions easier than ever.
Have you ever grappled with a construction question at the job site or at Home Depot?
Have you ever found yourself in the aisles of Home Depot staring at a wall of Caulk? - trying to figure out which brand to get - Scrolling through the walls of Google results on your phone?
I usually text my handy dad for these types of questions, but let's face it, that old fart is not the quickest to text me back sometimes.
We built the handy helper to create a quick way to answer these simple and "dumb" construction questions out in the field. Just text the Handy Helper any question, and it will give you a brief answer in a fraction of the time of a Google hunt.
Are you grappling with a construction question at the job site or Home Depot? Fear not! The Handy Helper is your instant go-to resource for quick, precise answers.
Get your quick answers via text with Handy Helper. Text your first question directly to: (207) 300-9470
The Handy Helper Construction AI Bot
The Handy Helper is not just an addition to our toolset; it's a game-changer. Designed with the skilled trades community in mind, it also serves as a comprehensive learning resource for anyone keen on dipping their toes into the trades.
Best part? It's free to use within the U.S. We encourage you to whirl the Handy Helper and share your experiences with us.
The Handy Helper is a great way to check for complicated permit or code questions quickly. Permits and obscure code requirements can be the bain of trades workers' existence.
I was installing a new electrical outlet in my bathroom and could not remember the CA code for how high an outlet had to be above ground to meet code. One text to the Handy Helper and I had all the info I needed about the minimum outlet height in CA, along with other GFEI outlet requirements and warnings about distances away from sinks and tubs
For apprentices early in their careers, asking fundamental questions about tools or ways to do things can be intimidating. Sometimes you can ask your coworkers, but people can judge you for asking "basic" questions. The Handy Helper gives apprentices a quick way to gain confidence quickly on the job.
Not sure what to ask? Here are some examples to get you started:
- "For screwing slatwall into 2" battens, should I use Douglas fir pine wood or poplar?"
- "How do you cut miter joints in crown molding?"
- "How can I cut a perfect 90-degree angle with a hand saw?"
- "What's the quickest way to learn how to become a handyman?"
Give the Handy Helper a go and let us know your thoughts. Together, let's revolutionize the future of construction with AI.
What is Classet's Grand Vision?
Classet is all set to build the largest online community for the skilled trades workforce. Today, we face a growing shortage of individuals stepping into rewarding trades careers. To counter this, we strive to provide user-friendly tools and foster a robust community. This will encourage more people to explore and master the trades.