2 weeks ago
Maine Fire and Security is continuing to monitor the status of the coronavirus and are doing our part to help stop the spread of this invisible enemy. Because we sell, install and service life safety systems, we feel it is imperative we remain open for business. However, we have adjusted our schedule to limit exposure to the public.
Our technicians are instructed to not shake hands, keep a six-foot distance from everyone including other technicians. They all carry hand-sanitizer and are instructed to wash hands whenever possible.
We are also allowing some nonessential personnel to work from home.
We are here for you. If there is any way we can help you, please feel free to reach out to us. We truly appreciate your loyalty and continued support. We will all get through this together and will be even stronger once this is all over.
Please stay safe and healthy during this unprecedented time.
Sincerely, Joe Correia ...
4 weeks ago
While we think the media is exaggerating the coronavirus issue, we also greatly feel it's better to be over prepared than under prepared. Looking at the shelves in the supermarkets and pharmacies, a lot of us are doing what they can to prepare. All around the world, communities are literally going into isolation and businesses, schools and sporting events everywhere are shutting down. At some point, if the virus spreads in this country, we may see the same thing here in Maine.
Unfortunately, there are those out there who are trying to take advantage of the fear the media has instilled in many of us.
We'd like to know your thoughts about this. How do you feel about the situation the world is in? Are you prepared for this and has it changed your thoughts and attitude about the future and whether you should be prepared for this type of situation?
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