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Governor Dewine recently announced a Stay at Home Order signed by Dr. Amy Acton, Director of the
Ohio Department of Health. The Order mandates all Ohioans “Stay at Home or Place of Residence” and
that all “Non-Essential Businesses and Operations Must Cease” unless engaged in “Essential Activities,
Essential Governmental Functions, or to operate Essential Businesses and Operations.” The mandate
goes into effect starting at 11:59pm March 23 and extends through 11:59pm on April 6, 2020. Per this
Order, Essential Businesses and operations are encouraged to remain open and include construction,
building management and maintenance, governmental functions, critical trades and supply chains,
among others.
Although we are continuing installations and services, our top priority is the safety of our customers and
employees. To prevent the spread of COVID-19 we continue to mandate the following protective steps:
-Practicing the six-foot social distancing rule for employees, partners, and members of the public.
-Avoid close contact with people who are sick
-Cover your cough and sneeze with tissue and throw it in the trash
-Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
-Clean and disinfect frequently touched object and surfaces
-Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds
-Take your temperature before coming to work each day, if you have above 100.4 degrees stay home
-Stay home if you are feeling sick
While we understand the health and safety concerns arising from COVID-19, The State of Ohio and
Governor Dewine have deemed it is of the upmost importance to keep construction and development
moving during this time. A construction stop would be devastating to hundreds of companies and
thousands of workers across the state, resulting in long-term impacts on our economy. The health and
viability of these industries are vital to the State’s ability to weather these difficult times, and we need to
stand together- now more than ever- to ensure successful completion of our projects. We are taking this
crisis day-by-day but will continue to monitor the situation.
This situation has already impacted our supply chain, resulting in delayed shipments and installation
schedules. We ask for your understanding and flexibility with getting projects completed as we navigate
through this ordeal together. Thank you for your business and support.
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