Sears Techs Articles & Tips
It’s always good to have someone handy around the house. Tightening a loose washer in the sink, replacing a broken lock or installing a light fixture on your own saves both time and money. But many home-repair tasks require a trained... Read more .
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the Sears Technical School to see how this one-of-a-kind learning experience helps deliver the best repair experience for customers. From the first online test to the in-truck ride-alongs and mentoring program, the... Read more .
In an article at the PSFK, learn more about how Sears is hoping to streamline its appliance repair services with the launch of a new live video tool that will help technicians solve problems faster. GoToAssist Seeit helps save time by shortening... Read more .
In an article at the Search Mobile Computing, Tim Adkisson, director of the product engineering group at Sears Home Services, explains how Sears Home Services used GoToAssist Seeit to reduce repair times. “It’s not just about reducing paper,”... Read more .
GoToAssist SeeIt enables master technicians to remotely see and diagnose problems to get appliances running again as quickly as possible. When Sears Home Services technician Antonio Corzo was in a customer’s home in Bound Brook, N.J., last month... Read more .
Learn about the benefits of home improvements and what to expect with your next home remodeling project with a free in-home consultation from Sears Home Services. Thinking of remodeling your kitchen, modernizing your bathroom, repairing that old... Read more .
Save time — and money — with these simple tips to maximize the benefits of your repair service appointment. Life is busy. From carpooling kids to after-school activities to managing a full-time workload or household, it can be hard to find time... Read more .