Covid-19 Statement

To our valued clients:

For most of us, the past two months have been an unprecedented period. Businesses have been closing until further notice, schools have moved to teach online, and families have been doing their best to stay home and shelter in place.

During this time, Warner Roofing and Construction has been working to make sure those shelters have a fully functioning roof system in place. As one of the businesses deemed essential, nothing has been more important to us than following safety procedures while on the job.

In the office, we are constantly wiping down counters, door handles, and other areas that are used by both office staff and clients. Warner Roofing and Construction wants to make everything as safe as we can for everyone in our office.

Warner Roofing Safety Steps

We have implemented procedures that allow us to continue to work while keeping our office and job sites safe for customers. It’s taken some getting used to, but we feel it’s important to keep everyone as safe as possible. A few steps include:

  • Washing hands for 20 seconds and using hand sanitizer after touching frequently used surfaces
  • Wearing facemasks
  • Keeping six feet away from each other
  • Portable hand sanitizing stations in every work vehicle
  • Following guidelines laid out by the State of Washington

Through these steps and others, Warner Roofing and Construction has been able to make sure folks in Clark County don’t have to social distances themselves under a leaky roof or otherwise unsafe situation.

These leaks can cause mold or mildew to grow inside the wall as well as weaken the structure of the home. While Washington is starting to open back up, there’s still a long way to go. So if your roofing system, skylight, solar tube, or gutters are failing, contact Warner Roofing. We’re safely on the job and look forward to working with you.

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