Pest control has been deemed an “essential service” in most areas that have been affected by stay home directives in various states and counties. This means that we are still able to go out to provide service to our customers as usual. We are focusing on exterior treatments during this time, but are still able to provide in home service as needed. Our technicians wear protective masks and gloves to prevent any type of social contamination.
In order to assist our customers and others we have begun to offer a disinfectant service to restaurants, hotels, government establishments, and other businesses that continue to function. The process and chemical used has been labeled to kill Coronovirus.
During this uncertain time, our customers’ health and wellbeing is our highest priority. As we continue monitoring developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), rest assured, we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure our customers and employees are safe.
As of now, we will continue to perform all services as normal. Should you have concerns regarding our services, we’re here to support you and offer flexibility to reschedule at your convenience. We encourage you to contact us at 470-336-4315 if you have questions or do wish to reschedule.
As the seriousness of this virus increases, all of our employees have been instructed to follow the CDC’s best practices, including frequent handwashing, limiting proximity to sick individuals, and being aware of symptoms. While this has not been an issue for Nextgen Pest Solutions yet, we will also implement 14-day quarantines for any employees who show symptoms or are diagnosed with COVID-19. We encourage you to do the same, so please review the most up-to-date information here.
Finally, our hearts go out to all those affected by Coronavirus. Please check back for regular updates from us as we navigate this evolving situation, and thank you for being a part of the Nextgen Pest Solutions family.
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