Omaha, NE – The President and U.S. Department of Homeland Security has identified plumbers and other service providers as “essential critical infrastructure workers” during the COVID-19 threat. In response to the announcement, Mark Evans, owner and president of Burton A/C, Heating, Plumbing and More has issued a personal statement promising to continue protecting the Omaha community and ensuring the continuity of functions critical to public health and safety.

 

“I want the Omaha community to know we are taking every precautionary measure to ensure the health and safety of our valued customers and employees. Our business will stay open and be available to meet the needs of Omaha Metro residents during this time,” says Evans.

 

“While many may be concerned about having contact with others, as an Essential Service Business, it is our responsibility to maintain the public’s health and safety. As more of our community quarantines at home, they will need services that are necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operations of their residence. We have increased daily communication to educate our team on all necessary steps that must be taken to stay as safe as possible when assisting our valued customers.”

 

Burton A/C, Heating, Plumbing and More plans to stay open during this time to serve the Omaha community. To ensure safety, they have taken extra precautions by screening their team, elevating daily cleaning procedures, and actively monitoring and following guidelines provided by the World Health Organization, CDC and local health authorities.

 

“We are all in this together and Burton A/C Heating Plumbing & More is here to help.”