A problematic plumbing system is an emergency that cannot be pushed behind. It doesn’t just damage the structural integrity of your property, but it also becomes a threat to your health and that of your family’s, if left untreated for long.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, plumbing companies across the United States must adopt precautionary measures and come up with service plans to deal with all such plumbing emergencies. They need to deploy service protocols that abide by the guideline of social distancing established by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
As a responsible plumbing company, here are some safety measures we’ve taken to minimize—if not eliminate—the risk of exposure to the deadly coronavirus.
Plumbing emergencies occur when you least expect them. You never know when your main water line may get cracked, when the sewer line starts backing water, or when the toilet might begin to overflow. These and several other plumbing problems can disturb the hygiene level inside your home—something that you don’t want while sheltering in place.
To serve our community during these trying times, we have devised contingency strategies that ensure the safety of our plumbers and customers, while the plumbing services are being performed.
Abiding by the Rules of Safe Distancing
While providing our plumbing services, we keep in mind the guidelines for safety and protection against the coronavirus.
According to the WHO’s safe distancing guideline, people must minimize interaction with others as much as possible and respect the shelter-in-place order enforced by the government. On a typical visit, we’d come over to assess the problem and offer a free estimate for the services required. Since the COVID-19 outbreak, we’ve begun offering service estimates over the call, based on the information that our customers provide us with.
Our teams are required to wear protective gear like face masks before visiting customers. They are also provided with portable hand sanitizers and are instructed to use them frequently.
Disinfecting the Workplace
If, in the future, any plumber from our crew gets infected with the coronavirus, we plan to get our whole facility deep cleaned, and every employee tested for the virus before resuming our business operations.
If you’re looking for safe and secure plumbing services in Fort Worth, get in touch with us at Pro Serve Plumbing. The wellbeing of our employees and the safety of our clients is our top priority.
To learn more about our services, call at 817-244-0614!