JMK Plumbing, LLC Exercises Caution While Serving Customers For Plumbing Problems During COVID-19 Pandemic
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Carlisle, Ohio - Apr 13, 2020 - Plumbing companies are used to keeping their plumbers safe from infectious diseases. Dealing with things like toilets and sewer lines, there has to be a level of sanitation. With the outbreak of the Coronavirus, JMK Plumbing is taking even more precautions to keep their team and customers safe.
Since the news broke of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Carlisle plumbing company has been suiting up and doing their part in preventing transmissions. They are proactive, and that starts with screening their employees and their customers for symptoms of the illness. This will include talking to customers on the phone to learn about possible interactions or infection.
Employees that have been in contact with someone confirmed positive would need to wait to return to work for at least seven days. Those that have a cough in combination with a fever won’t be permitted to make house calls and will need to stay home until the isolation period is completed.
JMK Plumbing, LLC, understands that plumbing problems seldom happen during regular business hours. They have been experiencing increased calls due to residential customers using their plumbing more heavily. The plumbing company has received more calls ranging from leaks to stubborn clogs.
Owner Josh Ferguson had this to say on their position during the Coronavirus pandemic,” We’re a family-owned and operated company committed to providing fast, friendly and professional plumbing services. Our focus during the COVID-19 outbreak is making sure our team and our customers are kept safe. We will be implementing mandatory PPE and screen all employees to minimize any exposure or risk.”
Dealing with plumbing problems, including drains and sewers, are standard practice at JMK Plumbing, LLC. Sewage line repairs have a unique set of challenges regarding infectious diseases. As of right now, it is unknown if COVID-19 can be spread through sewage transmission. But the industry is on guard and not taking any chances. Each plumber arrives ready to help their customers in full protective suits and face masks. This can significantly diminish the chances of spreading the virus from customers to plumber or plumber to customers.
During the peak of the Coronavirus and possible transmission, residents must make sure that if they require home services, like plumbing, they are choosing a company that cares. JMK Plumbing is doing its part to maintain safety so that their customers can get the services they need without any worry.