It’s a whole new world! Thanks to the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), the last few weeks have seen some dramatic changes in the way we live and interact with each other.
For those who are in the midst of a remodel or anticipating the start of their project, you may be wondering how this will affect your project.
Fortunately, as remodelers, the very nature of our business requires us to think creatively and problem-solve on a daily basis. So, we’re uniquely prepared to deal with the ever-changing guidelines and government regulations. We are monitoring the situation daily and making adjustments as necessary to comply with the current CDC guidelines.
Currently, our plan is to continue with your projects as scheduled, while adopting the necessary precautions to keep everyone safe, including increased hand-washing, sanitizing and social distancing.
If we have meetings scheduled with you, we will reach out to determine how to best interact with you to keep your project moving forward. We can continue to meet in person, maintaining social distancing guidelines, or we can schedule online meetings. If you are more comfortable postponing, please let us know and we are happy to do so.
Anyone on our staff who is sick will be sent home for monitoring until they have recovered. Any of our clients who become ill during the course of their project should also let us know so that we can take appropriate measures. This could result in a slight delay in your project schedule. We will keep you informed of any anticipated changes.
We are in daily contact with each of the local municipalities to determine their operating agenda regarding permits and inspections. As they make changes to their procedures we will update all clients on any effect that may have on your project schedule.
This is new to all of us and the situation is a very fluid one. As such, ongoing communication between our clients and their Classic project team is critical. If you have any questions about how the Coronavirus outbreak will affect your remodel, feel free to reach out to your designer or project manager or contact our office for more information.
We appreciate your patience as we work through this trying time.