September 17th, 2020 UPDATE
A new normal? It’s now been 6 months since the virus has changed the health and economic landscape in the US. Ladder, Truck and Toolbox is maintaining our mask wearing when in the presence of any client. We will attempt social distancing from our clients when possible, and are asking you to help us both keep you safe, and maintain recommended security precautions. We continue to serve the community, working in the field, handling inspection punch list items, retail client installations and repairs as well as being the “in house handymen” for several organizations, and businesses right here.
June 2, 2020
Nevada is open for business, with many categories of companies back in full. We remain open, socially distant and masked and gloved-up on request. We are still requesting outside jobs and for our clients to let us work in a separate room when able. If you are concerned about your health, and the job is not critical, we’re happy to wait to help you out. If you’re not concerned, we hope you’ll be patient with our overabundance of caution while we stay masked up.
Be safe. Let’s stay connected, but distant until we get through this.
Due to Governor Sisolak’s March 18, 2020 clarification of the designation of Ladder, Truck and Toolbox as an ESSENTIAL BUSINESS in Nevada, we are here to let you know we are aware of the awesome responsibility we share with those members of our community that have compromised immune systems, young children and the elderly. We are still open and providing maintenance and repair services, but are limiting our contact with the members of the community to no less than 6 feet. It is our intention to continue in this way as long as all employees continue to be healthy, and the situation does not worsen. We will take appointments as we can, and are understanding of any cancellation our clients need to make. We are at the mercy of the local businesses and delivery services that provide our materials/parts, so if they experience interruptions in hours, product availability or policies that limit our ability to do business, we may need more time to complete jobs than usual. Thankfully this has not been the case as yet, but we are still in the early stages of this pandemic.
We will update this blog as information changes.
Please be safe. Wash your hands. Limit contact when possible and remember we are strong enough to weather this storm.
There is no reason to hoard. It just stresses the supply chain and makes this situation seem worse.