There’s a lot of uncertainty in the world right now. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, Americans are being forced to make choices about what is and isn’t essential. Questions like, “should I get groceries this week?” have turned into “will I be able to find what I need at the store?”, and “is it safe to even go out in a crowded place right now?”
However, one thing you should know is that plumbing companies are considered essential businesses. That means Carter Quality Plumbing is still here for you.
Why Plumbing Companies Are Considered Essential Businesses
As stay-at-home orders became more common across the country in March, the White House was forced to make a recommendation on what businesses should and shouldn’t stay open. Ultimately, their ruling came down to fields that are considered part of the United States’ “essential critical infrastructure workforce.” This includes law enforcement officials, medical professionals, as well as individuals in jobs that are necessary for maintaining public health and safety.
In an official declaration from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, plumbers are listed as part of America’s essential critical infrastructure workforce. Under the “Public Works” sector, the CISA specifically includes, “Workers such as plumbers, electricians, exterminators, and other service providers,” stating that individuals in these positions are, “are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences.”
Carter Quality Plumbing Will Always Be Here for You
We know that we are living in strange times, but that’s why Carter Quality Plumbing is proud to be able to continue to provide reliable service to you. Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our customers and our employees, which is why you can count on our plumbers to be extremely cautious on every service call, and follow proper social distancing rules to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Remember that when you are in doubt, just continue to follow the advice of the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention): wash your hands frequently, avoid contact with those outside your household, cover coughs and sneezes, wear a mask when out in public if possible, and wipe down surfaces with cleaning and disinfecting liquid as often as you can.
If we all do our part to stay safe and flatten the curve, we will get through this!