We are open, and are providing residential and commercial insulation, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, and carpentry services under Governor Inslee’s Phase 1 Construction Restart Addendum issued April 24. This modifies the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Proclamation issued by Governor Inslee on March 23.
This Addendum allows us to work in residential and commercial settings with some modifications to our jobsite work practices, including keeping a 6-foot distance between people, wearing eye protection, dust masks, and gloves, and having handwashing stations at each jobsite.
We appreciate your continued support as we work together to keep everyone healthy, and thank you for understanding if these modifications make the job take a little bit longer.
Practices We’re Following
It’s important that we all take steps to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Beyond the jobsite work practices mentioned above, we are also maintaining a healthy workplace in our office. We screen our employees for illness each day, sanitize high-touch surfaces twice a day, keep at least 6 feet between people at all times, encourage employees to work from home, host meetings via video conference, and provide masks, gloves, handwashing stations, and disinfectant to all of our employees.
We’ve asked any employees who are sick to stay home, and we expect the same from you – if you’ve scheduled services with us and aren’t feeling well, please let us know so we can reschedule.
During bids and walkthrus, we’ll keep 6 feet away, and will avoid passing any touched surfaces between us. If you have a meeting scheduled with us, we’ll likely ask you to do the meeting by video conference or phone. Our administrative staff is set up to work remotely, so we can continue to sign documents and receive payment without the need to meet in person.