At Clean Cut Painting, the health and safety of my customers is my highest priority. In response to the public health situation related to coronavirus (COVID-19), I am diligently monitoring updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and medical professionals to ensure I am taking the necessary precautions to ensure your health and safety are always at the forefront of how I serve you.
I am fully vaccinated. I have received both the first and second shot. And two boosters.
I work by myself and there will be no other crew members on job sites. Me or family members have not been sick in any way or diagnosed. I have not traveled any this year and not out of the country in 25 years.
Practicing Good Hygiene Etiquette
I work by myself and am following preventative safety measures, including the following:
1. Carrying my own soap to the job site. Cleaning my hands with soap often, for at least 20 seconds.
2. Carrying and using hand sanitizer.
3. Avoiding touching my face.
4. Keeping a safe distance (6 feet) from others when possible, even if they are not displaying symptoms.
5. I am taking my temp in the morning and evenings to ensure everyone’s safety.
6. I am eating lunch in my car and not inside any restaurants.
7. I am limiting my time outside the home when not working.
Keeping Our Customers Safe
1. For the last 5 or so years I have been conducting remote estimates. This allows me during these times to respect social distancing preferences and requirements.
2. Before entering a customer’s home or property, we will communicate that we’re healthy and ask if our customer is as well.
3. Instead of shaking hands we will greet each other verbally without any contact.
4. I have a dust mask I use when sanding drywall and upon request can wear that throughout the day.
5. I have paint gloves that I can wear upon request.
6. All customers may ask questions regarding the virus and I will answer according to the most recent company update and procedure.
What Can You Do To Help?
1. Let us know in advance of your appointment if you have any concerns or if you would like us to take special precautions.
2. Inform us if anyone in the household has health issues, like the flu or a cold.
If you would like more information on the latest news to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in your everyday practices, please visit Coronavirus.gov for daily updates.