Covid-19 is Impacting Us All
During this time, we know that your comfort at home is very important. We are following OSHA guidelines to keep our team and you, our customers, safe while we continue to provide maintenance, repairs, and installation for heating and air conditioning systems.
Our commitment to you:
Sick team members stay at home. If someone in their home is sick, they stay at home.
When team members arrive at work, we all take our temperature to ensure that no one is running a fever.
As much as possible, we keep a distance of 6 feet or more between employees.
We are providing flu-prevention supplies and distributing health messages in our workplace: Tissues, Trash receptacles, Disposable face masks, and Hand sanitizer
We are actively promoting good hygiene practices both in and out of our offices:
Providing alcohol-based hand sanitizer for employees to use in the office and in their vehicles.
Promoting effective hand washing for at least 20 seconds (singing happy birthday to yourself twice while you are washing your hands with soap and water is a good estimate of how long you should be washing your hands for).
Encouraging employees to avoid touching their mouth, nose, or eyes.
On the Jobsite: If you are sick or if someone in your home is sick, please reschedule your appointment. We do not want to spread Covid-19. If a member of our team visits your home for maintenance, repair, or installation:
Know that our entire team has been practicing the safety and sanitation measures detailed above.
The employee will be wearing a disposable mask (our supply of masks arrives on Thursday).
The employee will wear a new pair of nitrile gloves for each customer.
The employee will only enter your home when necessary. They may communicate with you to operate your thermostat and other indoor activities necessary to perform your system maintenance or repairs.
If the employee has to enter your home, they will wear shoe covers and maintain a distance of 6 feet from anyone within your home.
We are doing our part to follow the OSHA guidelines for preparing our office and team for dealing with Covid-19. You can learn more about their recommendations here: https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3990.pdf We also wanted to share some tips from the CDC on how to stop the spread of flu: https://youtu.be/9APKBBr18Cc We hope you and your loved ones stay safe and well. If you are in need of repairs or services during this time, please call Stanfield at 706-549-4767.