Great News…we are back open for business!
Governor Wolf sent out the below communication to us stating the following:
“Beginning May 1, 2020, all businesses in the construction industry in the Commonwealth, including those in new construction, renovation, and repair, as well as land subdivision and design-related field activities, are permitted to maintain in-person operations pursuant to the Governor’s and Secretary of Health’s April 20, 2020 amendments to the Business Closure Orders so long as their activities strictly adhere to this guidance.”
We are bringing back 100 full time employees, doing what we do best: Providing an amazing painting experience for our customers, delivered by our fantastic, friendly employees. We are grateful to be back at work and are ready and eager to paint your home. Thank you for your patience, flexibility, and your continued loyalty during these unprecedented times.
Please book your house painting job today with us! Every job is done right, on time and we stand behind our work.
Safety Details for Customers and Employees
Our employees will:
- Report their health status everyday.
- Keep at least 6 feet of distance from other people.
- Wear a face covering when they can not stay 6 feet from another person.
- Will drive in a separate vehicle.
- Will not shake hands and avoid contact with clients.
- Will not share tools or personal protective equipment (PPE) with each other.
- Will take breaks and have lunch in their own vehicle.
- Will wear company supplied face coverings and gloves. They will be equipped with hand sanitizer and disinfectant.
- If we are using a customer’s bathroom, we will disinfect all areas that we touch after each use and at the end of the day.
- If we are using a Porta Potty, we will disinfect all areas that we touch after each use and at the end of the day.
Also, there will be no more than 4 employees per job site.
Shop Visits will be limited to employees with Nolan vehicles and no more than one employee at a time in the shop area for supply pick-ups. Employees will form a line along front of building and stay in vehicle until directed to enter by pandemic officer.