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To all our loyal Customers,
We want to let all of you know that we are taking all necessary precautions with our staff to ensure you and your family’s safety. We have implemented safety measures in the office and in the field that all staff is committed to on our end. We all carry sanitizing wipes and sanitize on hand and use frequently along with keeping a safe distance to minimize interactions. Along with these measures we have also taken to testing temperatures before and after work on staff as well. If anyone on our staff is experiencing a feeling of not being 100%, we ask them to stay home and seek medical advice.
We know in times like this it is important to maintain the health of our staff for all our safety and we take it as our number one importance to do just that. Just as we look out for your homes, we are keeping all of you and your family’s health in mind as well. It is our goal to stay open during this time to make sure we are here to serve all your plumbing needs.
John’s Plumbing & Pumps Staff