In challenging times like these, we know your first priority is keeping your family safe and healthy.
With that in mind, T.W. Ellis is working hard to meet our clients’ remodeling goals, while also protecting our clients and our team. We’re here to provide a safe, healthy solution to your remodeling needs.
T.W. Ellis is open and operating, while taking precautions. We are following all guidance from local, state, and federal officials, while also working under industry recommendations and precautions for a safe workplace.
We’re issuing regular reminders to our team and have distributed jobsite posters from the National Association of Home Builders outlining these best practices on construction sites. We continue to monitor the situation daily and are working with our industry associations to refine best practices in remodeling and construction.
These are just some of the precautions we are taking as an essential business to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
- Our office is currently closed to outside visitors, but we are available via appointment to discuss all your remodeling needs.
- When meeting with clients, we are observing all recommended safety precautions and maintaining social distancing. We are wearing personal protective equipment to protect you, your home, and your family.
- Encouraging any employees that are ill or showing any symptoms to stay home
- If at all possible, crews are working separately to minimize their contact on the job. Those employees that are working on the same site are limiting interaction and maintaining distance from each other as much as possible.
- Advising employees to avoid physical contact, avoid sharing tools, and maintain social distancing of at least six feet. When tools must be shared, instructing employees to clean and sanitize them.
- Encouraging employees to regularly wash hands and observe all other proper hygiene. We are supplying our employees with soap, water, and paper towels for cleaning on every jobsite.
- Providing necessary safety gear, including face masks and other personal protective equipment
- Keeping in-person meetings as short as possible and limiting the number of people who attend. Communicating by phone, text, or email whenever possible.
- Regularly cleaning and disinfecting jobsites.
- Where possible, separating work areas from the rest of the home or business and entering and leaving the jobsite through alternate entrances.
Improving your home while keeping your family and our team safer are our highest priorities! If you’re ready to start your next remodeling project or want to start planning, contact T.W. Ellis today to let us know how we can help you!