With many states still requiring stay at home orders, some businesses are still in business as they have been deemed essential. Yes, many things are slowly opening back up, but one thing that never went away…plumbers.
Since the start of the pandemic, plumbers never stopped working. They have continued to operate and provide customers with much-needed services due to the US Department of Homeland Security’s guidance for America to identify a plumber as essential.
Well, it is no secret that anybody and everybody needs a plumbing system that works and when there is an issue, it should be fixed immediately. A plumber provides services necessary to maintain the safety and sanitation of a residence and business.
Your plumbing system should always be working efficiently and even during a pandemic, it should be running smoothly during the pandemic as well. So, when issues come up or you need a tune-up, you need a plumber by your side.
For example, all of us need hot water. To do dishes, to bathe, and to do laundry. Especially with so many people staying at home, you want to make sure your hot water is running properly. That is why a plumber is allowed to come check on your hot water heater during this whole pandemic.
With so many of us being at home all day and all night, our toilets are going to be used more and more. And then we have the case of a toilet paper shortage, leading to many people using alternatives. Even though it is NEVER a good idea to flush anything down your toilet other than toilet paper, some people have had no choice.
And when this happens, you will most likely cause a plumbing issue, which again, means you need a plumber!
With all of that being said, you can see that plumbing is essential to our everyday life, which means that plumbers need to be essential as well.
How is Rainforest Plumbing and Air Staying Safe?
Rainforest Plumbing and Air has made the changes to take the necessary steps to make sure all involved are safe, from their clients to their plumbers.
In fact, plumbers all over the country are learning to adapt by taking these safety measures seriously.
The plumbers at Rainforest Plumbing and Air are taking the necessary precautions by wearing protective gear anytime they enter their home. While on the job, technicians are expected to wash their hands with soap for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer if hand washing is not available. And for the moment, technicians will NOT be doing handshakes and even going the extra mile by sanitizing all equipment, and even the iPad they use.Read more: COVID 19- Is the start of the next recession?
Rainforest Plumbing and Air has made strict rules where any employee that is sick will not be coming into work, let alone in a customer’s home.
The team at Words By Nerds has recently used Rainforest Plumbing and Air and raved about their service. Not only were they timely, accurate, and fair, the technicians were extremely safe and practiced all necessary safety measures.