Complete Roof Systems Business Continuity

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Complete Roof Systems recognizes that we provide an essential service in ensuring our clients’ buildings and homes remain dry and inhabitable. During these troubled times, we will not waiver from our responsibility to help fellow businesses and homeowners in need. We will continue to work and serve you should any roofing emergency arise. From interim roof repairs to entire roof replacements, you can continue to count on CRS.

In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented rigorous precautionary measures and adjusted our operations to ensure the health and safety of both our employees and valued clients.

We are:

  • Adhering to social distancing recommendations as outlined by the World Health Organization (WHO) and local authorities.
  • Ensuring that employees who are displaying any cold or flu-like symptoms are staying home and practicing self-isolation procedures.
  • Keeping our staff equipped with hygiene kits to facilitate hygiene best practices as it pertains to the current pandemic.
  • Implementing practical worksite procedures to cut down on the interface and interaction between our own staff and the staff of the sites where we work.
  • Continually reviewing the effectiveness of our business COVID-19 plan and will adjust these measures as needed.

We wish to assure you that we remain at your service for all flat, low-slope and steep-slope needs.

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At first, most homeowners think about a couple of key insurance roof replacement questions. They want to know whether the damage is covered by their homeowner’s policy. They also want to know what policy provisions come into play. It’s important to establish whether it makes sense to file a claim.

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