COVID-19 | Thoughts From A General Contractor
Updated: Apr 7, 2021
North Carolina says under COVID-19 guidelines, as building contractors, we fall under “essential personnel”.
Keeping Families Safe
As essential personnel, I am free to move about and go in and out of homes as needed. How is this supposed to stop the spread of the virus? How is continuing to do “business as normal” a good idea to keep you and your family safe?
As a licensed general contractor in Fuquay-Varina, I do not think it is acceptable - during these times - to do business as normal.
As an opportunity to safeguard my family and my customers, here is how I will be serving my existing customers and those who may need a handyman...aka a general contractor.
For the next few weeks, I will be working remotely. Remotely means:
- Drive-by site visits
- Over the phone
- Video conferencing
- Communicating via email, text messaging, or whatever
My goal is to communicate clearly and do what is necessary for my customers to continue to move existing projects forward. The only difference - no face-to face-meetings. So, not much is different from the usual handling of customer projects.
New Clients Needing A Dependable General Contractor
For all new clients or DIYers (Fuquay Varina, Holly Springs, Angier, Willow Springs, Lillington), I am here to help you in any way I can.
If you are in need of a contractor (plumber, electrician, HVAC contractor, etc.) call me, and I will help get you connected with the right people who do great work and are reputable.
If you are working on a project and need a second set of eyes (via video conferencing), give me a call (919.616.6902) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I am here to help and serve you in any way I can.
My clients, their families, and my family’s safety are top priorities. Stay safe out there and keep pressing on.
Your friendly neighborhood General Contractor, Home Improvement Specialist, and local Handyman.
Steven M. Eisenberg, Owner