Tomorrow, November 18, 2020, marks the first day of Governor Kate Brown’s two-week COVID “freeze” for the State of Oregon. Multnomah County will experience at least four weeks of the “freeze” to help control the spread of COVID-19. This means that Oregonians and Multnomah County residents are advised to stay at home as much as possible unless performing an essential errand or an essential service as an essential employee.
Yes, Collision Auto Glass & Calibration is open for business. We have strict procedures in place to keep our employees and your loved ones safe. In addition to following all CDC-recommended guidelines, we’ve recently purchased a Remington Airetrex 365 for our office to keep contagions out of the air for our employees’ safety and if you, the cusomter, need to come in for any reason.
Sanitizing surfaces is only half of the battle against the spread of bacteria and viruses. That’s why hospitals routinely use ultra-violet light technology to disinfect patient areas. The Remington Airetrex 365 is designed to move air around a powerful UV-C light to destroy contaminants in the air such as allergens, bacteria, germs, mold spores and viruses that standard HEPA-style air filters often miss.
If you need a windshield replacement or recalibration, you can trust that we are doing everything possible here at Collision Auto Glass & Calibration to curb the spread of COVID-19. Call today for an appointment; we can come to your house!
Collision Auto Glass & Calibration remains open for business. We have put in place strict procedures to keep you and your family as well as our employees both safe. We are a locally owned and operated business and we are doing our best to keep all of our employees gainfully employed. We appreciate your continued support.
As of this writing on July 7th, Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, and Lincoln Counties are still in Phase 1 of reopening under Governor Kate Brown’s reopening plan for the Oregon economy. All other Oregon counties are in Phase 2 of reopening, though the recent surge in COVID-19 cases across the state may delay further progression in the reopening plan. Essential businesses remain open as long as employees and staff follow recommended CDC and state guidelines for disinfection and social distancing.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued what she has deemed a “Stay Home, Save Lives” order for the State of Oregon, effective today, March 25th, 2020. The order dictates that all non-essential businesses must close, and Oregonians are required to stay home except for essential trips such as to the grocery store or pharmacy.
However, Collision Auto Glass is considered an essential business. As such, we remain open for business and ready to serve our customers and handle all of their auto glass needs. In addition to following all CDC- and state-recommended guidelines, we have put strict procedures in place to keep our customers and staff safe during this evolving COVID-19 situation.
If you are working from home, we can come to your house and repair your windshield without any physical interaction between you and our technicians. Our technicians will properly disinfect all surfaces before and after repairing your windshield. Keep in mind that most auto insurance policies cover windshield repair and replacement, and we can help walk you through that process. Get an errand checked off of that to-do list while you’re stuck at home and give us a call today!
We are doing our best to keep our employees working during this time, so we appreciate your continued support.
Your Team at Collision Auto Glass