Have you ever wondered what goes into a heating or air conditioning system for a large office building or another large building like a mall or a school? My name is Evelyn, and I am an HVAC architect. I design heating and air conditioning systems for large, corporate buildings. Making sure that a large building with many rooms or offices is efficiently heated and cooled is a very large job and is much more complicated than simply heating or cooling a home. This blog will educate the reader on how heating and cooling jobs this large are designed and completed.
In the age of COVID-19, you cannot be too careful. Even if you have plumbing concerns in your house, you might have some worries about how to have them taken care of while also maintaining social distance to protect your family. These steps can help keep everybody involved safe and healthy.
Plumbers Can Use Hand Sanitizer Before Arriving
Do you have concerns about your plumber entering your home with dirty hands? You might want to bring this up when you call the company. Surely, plumbers you call will oblige by sanitizing their hands before they ever even step foot into your home.
You can also rest assured knowing that plumbers can use new gloves for each job. They will dispose of and clean tools they use properly.
At the same time, it is a good idea to wash your hands before the professionals arrive as well. This helps promote the safety of all involved, especially if you have also been outside of your home and may have come into contact with somebody who has COVID-19 and perhaps does not even realize it yet.
Plumbers Will Use New Materials
Materials like trash bags and other disposables can be thrown away after each visit to a home. This means you don't have to worry about disposable materials tracking potential infection into your home. You can also ask a plumbing company about the materials they are using to clean the items and tools they use to perform essential tasks.
Plumbers Stay Home When They Are Sick
Every plumbing business takes its own steps to prevent the spread of this pandemic. Plumbing companies instruct their plumbers to stay home if they are ill or have been exposed to coronavirus. This helps prevent any kind of illness from spreading to your home.
In the same vein, it is wise to cancel your appointment with a plumber if you or somebody else in your home or life has been ill. This protects plumbers and others in need of plumbing assistance.
Avoid Close Contact
Plumbers will avoid having close, direct contact with you during the appointment. This is simply to avoid the potential transfer of any virus.
Don't Be Afraid to Ask Questions
Finally, do not be afraid to ask your plumbing company what steps they are taking to be safe on the job while also fulfilling your needs as a customer. A simple phone call can clear up a lot of your concerns. Contact Bud's Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning & Electric to learn more.