The Coronavirus pandemic is something that needs to be taken seriously, particularly here in Washington. To this point, our state leads the nation in the number of confirmed cases, and people everywhere are worried about passing this infection on to someone else. This has prompted widespread “social distancing,” or voluntary isolation with minimal face-to-face interaction, including staying home, working from home, and doing everything to avoid face to face meetings with anyone other than family members.
However, that doesn’t mean life goes on hold. In fact, all of this extra time at home could lead to extra strain and wear and tear on your plumbing lines and fixtures. When that happens, waiting around for conditions to improve may only lead to your problem getting worse—you will need to get a solution right away. The team at Steve’s Plumbing understands the strain you’re under, and we want to make sure you not only get the solution you need, but you get it with the peace of mind of knowing that your home and your family are protected.
Preventative Measures Against COVID-19
During this time of uncertainty and increased risk, Steve’s Plumbing is doubling-down on our commitment to being clean, sanitary, prepared, and respectful of your home. Our technicians are under strict instructions to report any illness whatsoever, regardless of what type, and are forbidden from working in the field while they’re ill. We’re also taking a number of additional precautions in order to ensure we show up to your home clean, safe, and risk-free to your home. Our technicians are instructed to thoroughly wash their hands both before and after every single job for your safety. Where appropriate, our staff members are also prioritizing wearing rubber gloves to minimize contact with surfaces of your home, and wearing shoe covers to keep your floors clean and sanitary.
We have also always promoted keeping a clean work area throughout our work. This means a number of additional protections, including:
- Placing protective coverings over floors, cabinetry, and furniture that could be affected by a plumbing service.
- Keeping our work area free of obstructions by only keeping the tools we need on-site at any given time.
- Avoiding taking up more space than we absolutely need to
- Completely cleaning up our work area when the job is done and leaving the space cleaner than it was when we found it.
We’re also taking the extra step of sanitizing the work surfaces we’re dealing with when we complete a job as well. This helps ensure that everything that is installed in your home is clean, sanitary, and risk-free for your loved ones. Our technicians are also taking the additional step of cleaning and sanitizing their tools each day to protect themselves, their co-workers, and their own families as well as you as our customers. With this extra effort, we’re hoping to keep our employees safe as well as those who trust their home to us during this difficult time.
If you’re one of the millions of people who will be working from home or spending a large amount of time indoors over the next several weeks, you know how important it will be to get a fast and high-quality response when you need a plumbing service. We hope you’ll trust Steve’s Plumbing, where you’ll be in safe and clean hands.
Schedule your appointment with the experts at Steve’s Plumbing by dialing (425) 979-7376 today.