Raleigh Woodworks Update: How We’re Handling COVID19

Well, spring has certainly sprung in North Carolina. COVID19 is affecting every business across the country and Raleigh Woodworks is no exception. We wanted to take a minute to update our loyal clients, customers, and partners with our plan for operations moving forward.

If you are searching for information about how to stay safe and healthy during the coronavirus pandemic, please consult with the official CDC website. We’re contractors, not doctors, and we want to make sure you are armed with the knowledge you need to make good decisions during this time.

How Raleigh Woodworks is Adjusting Our Operations

As of right now, we are still open for business. If this changes in the coming days, we will be sure to update our social media channels as well as alert our current customers via email.

Our contractors are taking all the necessary precautions to ensure we are staying safe and adhering to the social distancing guidelines with our customers.

In order to ensure the safety of both our team members and our customers, we will be implementing these changes to our normal operational procedures:

  1. We will only be able to work in vacant spaces at this time—this includes homes that are not currently being lived in, commercial spaces that are not open, and outdoor projects away from public spaces.

  2. In addition to our normal cleaning procedures, we will be thoroughly wiping down and sanitizing homes both before and after work to minimize any risk of exposure to our visitors

  3. While working, we will be maintaining a six-foot distance from other humans, per the CDC’s guidelines

Stay Tuned for More Information

If anything changes, you’ll be the first to know. Stay on the lookout for emails from us with updates and news as they occur.

In the meantime, we’d like to say THANK YOU to our customers and clients. We wouldn’t be where we are without you, and we’re so grateful to have played a small part in all of your projects. Now is the time to come together as a community by keeping our distance.

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