January 14, 2021
Important Information on how COVID-19 Ontario Lockdown Measures may impact your job:
We hope you are all staying healthy, both physically and mentally, through this pandemic. The provincial rules allow for us to continue any projects that were already permitted and already started before January 12, 2021. They also allow for scheduled building maintenance and emergency work.
The lockdown also allows us to plan, estimate and get ready for future work. Micheal O’Connor, our sales manager, would be happy to meet with you virtually, via Zoom, Google Meet or Facetime, to walk through your project plans, develop pricing and plan for work to launch once the restrictions are lifted.
Let’s look at this in a positive light… we have the benefit of having gone through this last year. Last mid-March to mid-May, our work basically came to a stand-still. But when restrictions were lifted, the demand for home renovations was unprecedented. We were overwhelmed with a flood of requests, and many clients were turned away. There was also a shortage of building materials available, and prices were driven up. The best thing to do this time around is spend the time during lockdown with our team to review (virtually), estimate on, plan and order materials so that your project hits the ground running at the end of the lockdown.
Our top priority continues to be the health and safety of our staff and homeowners.
To Do Done staff will continue to be available for some jobs, even during the lockdown.
Our team wants to protect you and themselves from this virus and is required to wear face masks, maintain social distance, use hand sanitizer and wash hands frequently, and are not allowed to come to their jobsite if they are exhibiting any symptoms.
If you have emergency repairs, building maintenance or smaller jobs, we may be able to accommodate during the lockdown. If you book a job and choose to cancel or reschedule, there will be no fee or penalty.
As the situation evolves, we will update our approach to follow the latest guidelines from health authorities.
Stay healthy and strong, we’ll get through this together!