How many times have we said to our
children and family members, “Did you wash your hands?” We get mad when loved
ones don’t listen, and usually what follows is a one-minute argument. It’s
generally a 50 /50 chance where that person goes back to wash their hands.
However, when we say it here at
Superior Chimney, we mean it, and everyone here does it. Not because of the
coronavirus, it’s because it’s our best business practice.
Cleaning chimneys is
a dirty job. We’re dealing with dust, burnt material, creosote, cob webs, dead
animals, debris…and that’s on a good day. That’s why we’ve always had sanitary
practices. Here are a few main points that are important for you:
- All of our
certified chimney technicians wear gloves throughout the service process.
- A clean tarp is
the only thing that touches your home. All of our equipment is on top of the
tarp because we’re cleaning your chimney and this is the best way to protect
technicians are mandated to clean their hands a number of times & between
jobs or appointments.
- If one of our
technicians isn’t feeling well? We tell
him/her to stay home. It’s common practice.
Does that mean we’ve done nothing new
because of the coronavirus? Of course not. We’ve taken additional steps to
protect you and the employees who diligently come to work each day. In addition
to our normal cleaning practices, our office is now sanitized regularly with a
fogger using a solution called Nisus DSV Disinfectant. This formula is the same
solution used by hospitals and schools. We want to be sure we provide the best
environment possible for our employees and technicians that come to your home.
If you’d like to greet your service
technicians as they enter your home, give them a big wave with your hand. It’ll
still make them smile.
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