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The online giant offers help with everything from furniture assembly to computer repair.

Amazon can now help more people buy not only goods but also services — from furniture assembly to computer repair.

The e-commerce giant announced this week that it has expanded its Home Services feature to serve 20 additional metropolitan areas.

Nish Lathia, general manager of Amazon Home Services, notes:

“Today, customers can search over 1,200 unique services from pros in over 60 professions — from house cleaning, to lawn work and beyond. The availability of Home Services in more cities means that more customers can quickly find and schedule the help they need around the house heading into the holiday season.”

Amazon launched Home Services in 2015. The professionals who provide the services are selected by Amazon, and their services are backed by Amazon’s Happiness Guarantee — “so customers have the comfort of knowing their job will get done right and on time,” as the company puts it.

The types of services currently available include:

The 20 new areas where Home Services is now available are:

  1. Santa Rosa, California
  2. Ventura County, California
  3. Boulder, Colorado
  4. Greater Bridgeport, Connecticut
  5. New Haven, Connecticut
  6. Brevard County, Florida
  7. Cape Coral, Florida
  8. Sarasota, Florida
  9. Indianapolis
  10. Ann Arbor, Michigan
  11. Raleigh, North Carolina
  12. Trenton, New Jersey
  13. Las Vegas
  14. Cleveland
  15. Allentown, Pennsylvania
  16. Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
  17. San Antonio
  18. Milwaukee
  19. Richmond, Virginia
  20. Hampton Roads, Virginia/North Carolina

To find other areas where it’s available, visit the Amazon Home Services web page and scroll down to the section titled “Browse Service Providers by Location.” Then click on your state to view a list of cities in your state.

If you’re more interested in the goods sold on Amazon, check out “10 Strategies to Save Big Bucks at Amazon.”

Have you tried Amazon Home Services? Would you consider trying it? Let us know what you think below or on our Facebook page.

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