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Safety First Sanitary Procedures
Click here to read more…we’re following CDC sanitary recommendations to ensure your safety and the safety of our workers. Read more about our extensive precautions that allow us to continue serving you.
Foundation Repair, Waterproofing Considered “Essential Service”
Even in areas where stay-at-home orders have been issued, our services are considered essential. While you’re at home, you may notice foundation cracks or water intrusion issues. That’s why we’re still open–these symptoms don’t wait for Covid-19 to go away!
Beat the Spring and Summer Rush
While no one is sure, we anticipate shelter-in-place orders to be removed while we’re still in the busy season. If you don’t feel comfortable getting a free estimate now, it’s still a good time to get an appointment on our books. We anticipate a rush of appointments as soon as things seem to be getting better.
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Service Area Updates
AFS is still open for business and operating safely throughout ALL of Alabama. The official stay at home order defines construction-related skilled trades as essential businesses, which includes AFS. The stay-at-home order expires April 30, with Gov. Ivey planning to follow state task force recommendations and a phased re-opening detailed in this publication.
AFS is still open for business and operating safely throughout ALL of our Tennessee service areas including Nashville, Chattanooga, and Knoxville. Governor Bill Lee previously issued the “Safer at Home Order” in which home repair was specifically listed as an essential service, meaning AFS remains open to serve Tennessee. The Governor has now announced this order will expire April 30, with a phased re-opening for previously closed businesses beginning May 1.
AFS remains open to serve our Georgia service areas. The Governor’s “stay at home” order includes allowances for essential home maintenance and home construction businesses like AFS. While AFS remains open, there’s hopeful news for the rest of Georgia’s businesses as well: Georgia Governor Brian Kemp on Monday April 20, rolled out aggressive plans to reopen the state’s economy, saying many businesses shuttered to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus may reopen their doors as early as Friday.
AFS remains open to serve Biloxi and surrounding Mississippi service areas. The Governor issued a “stay at home” order, but the list of essential businesses includes allowances for home repair / construction. While AFS remains open, this order affecting other businesses classified as non-essential has been extended until April 27, with Governor Tate Reeves eager to return to business as usual.
AFS is Dedicated to the Health and Safety of our Community
As the world closely monitors the ongoing public health emergency presented by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are committed to the health and safety of our valued customers and employees.
Your safety is our first priority, and we feel it is important to communicate the steps we are taking to keep people safe and healthy.
- More concentrated, daily cleaning protocols have been implemented for our workplace, vehicles, tools, and equipment.
- Limiting physical contact with employees and customers (including hand-shaking). All employees are required to thoroughly wash and/or sanitize their hands before entering a customers home.
- We are minimizing risks to our employees by asking those who become sick to stay home out of an abundance of caution.
- Continuing to closely monitor information provided by the CDC (as well as the local and national government) so that we stay in strict compliance with their health and safety guidelines.
- Limiting any travel that is considered unnecessary at this time.
Thank you for your patience during this unprecedented time. We are committed to providing the best foundation and waterproofing repair throughout the Southeast, and are dedicated to always making sure the health and safety of our community is our first priority.
Notice: This information was updated 4/21/20. As we continue to monitor the situation, we will update here as possible. The information here is based on our understanding of the most accurate information we could obtain published by community health and government services, local news outlets, and other sources of information but perfect accuracy is not guaranteed and information may be subject to change. For official government statements or verification of this data, please contact your local and state official agencies.