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To our customers,
Like so many of you, we have spent the last several days and weeks learning about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting our world and the communities we serve. For Electrical Connections that means understanding how it affects our employees, customers and communities, and then making the necessary adjustments to our work and operations.
We have one simple objective that guides us: keeping you and our employees safe. This has been at the center of our conversations every step of the way. With that in mind, we have made several moves in our business in response to the threat of the coronavirus.
We have ramped up cleaning services for our office and all of our vehicles. Sanitizing wipes are near workstations and counters so that employees can keep them continuously cleaned.
We are closely following the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) guidelines and recommendations on the steps we can take to help prevent the spread of the virus. We have shared specific instructions with our employees on the importance of washing their hands and staying home if they feel sick or are returning from any community areas identified as posing a coronavirus-related risk. Per CDC recommendations, we will ask employees who have traveled to such locations or have been exposed to others who have been notified they have Covid-19 to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Our pledge to you is that we will continue to closely monitor the situation and do all we can to protect you and our employees.
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A Hidden Danger that is
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Smoke alarms were present in three-quarters
(74%) of reported home fires in 2012-2016.
Almost three out of five home fire deaths in
2012-2016 were caused by fires in properties
with no smoke alarms (40%) or smoke alarms
that failed to operate (17%). The risk of dying
in reported home structure fires is 54%
lower in homes with working smoke alarms
than in homes with no alarms or none that
worked. When smoke alarms were present in
reported fires considered large enough to
activate them, they operated in 88% of the fires,
71% of the deaths and 81% of the injuries.
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When lightning strikes, what can you afford to lose in your home? Lightning means electrical surge can damage or destroy every electrical and electronic device in your home or business. Today, as more and more items in our daily lives become computerized and "smart" the chances of lightning and electrical surge destroying something of value in your home increases.
Ask us about our whole home surge protection system. It's an investment that makes sense when you consider what it could cost you in dollars and cents to replace damaged items.
What can you afford to lose in your home?
We can solve the problem for you.