In the midst of our current national crisis, it can be hard to tell what is and isn’t allowed anymore. Homeowners across the country are stocking up on toilet paper, food, and even masks in some places, but what do you do about household emergencies you can’t take care of with a trip to the store? The good news is that the White House has deemed certain workers as “essential,” so you can still get the home services you need. Keep reading to learn why plumbing is considered an essential service from our experienced professionals at Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating.
Plumbers Are Critical Infrastructure Workers
According to a decision from the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (a branch of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security,) plumbers are considered part of America’s “essential critical infrastructure workforce.” Under the CISA’s ruling, medical professionals, law enforcement, and other workers whose job it is to preserve public health and safety will be allowed to continue operating during the Coronavirus pandemic. A memo released by the government administration states that this includes, “workers such as plumbers, electricians, exterminators, and other service providers who provide services that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences.”
Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating Is Still Here for You
Because the government has deemed plumbers to be essential workers, you can still count on Dial One Johnson to provide all the plumbing services you need. We want our customers to know that we are extremely committed to doing our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and have increased safety measures to protect the health and well-being of our customers and our technicians during this difficult period. Feel free to call us anytime for responsible and efficient service, and remember to continue social distancing and to keep following the advice of the CDC: wash and sanitize hands frequently, avoid contact with those outside your household, stay home if you are sick, cover coughs and sneezes, wear face masks if possible, and clean and disinfect surfaces often. By all doing our part, we will come out of this stronger than ever!