Delcon provides electrical & HVAC service with safety in mind

JACKSON, Wyo. — Delcon is prioritizing the safety and well-being of employees and the community during the COVID-19 public health crisis. During this unprecedented time, Delcon knows that essential repairs will continue to come up and wants to assure residents that they have established new protocols to protect everyone’s health should you need to contact them for service.

“We’re committed to doing everything we can to proactively address this situation and continue to serve the community with their service requests — from full electrical and heating repairs, to light bulb or filter changes,” says Tim Jacobson, Delcon.

Delcon’s new protocol includes a several step question and answer process when you contact them to book your appointment, as well as several precautionary measures that will take place at the time of your service appointment to ensure your safety and that of Delcon’s employees.

These steps include requesting that you thoroughly wipe down and sanitize all surfaces that employees may come into contact with. In addition, Delcon’s employees will wear gloves whenever possible to perform the necessary work and will also wipe down the surfaces they were in contact with prior to leaving.

Customers are encouraged to perform one more cleaning after their departure. Also, Delcon kindly requests that customers respect the minimum of six feet of social distancing recommendations in place by our public health officials.

Delcon is committed to providing excellent customer service while collectively doing their part to limit the spread and impact of COVID-19.

For more information, please visit www.delconwy.com or call (307) 733-2240.

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