As remodelers, we have dedicated over 50 years to creating comfortable, safe, secure, and enriching places for families to live. As of 3/16/20, Contra Costa County was among several counties, followed by the entire state of California, to issue a public health order asking residents and non-essential businesses to “shelter at their place of residence” to help reduce person to person contact.
Contra Costa County: “For purposes of this Order, individuals may leave their residence to provide any services or perform any work necessary to the operations and maintenance of "Essential Infrastructure," including, but not limited to, public works construction, construction of housing, etc.”
At Gayler Design Build, family is our highest priority, so we understand that you may be feeling concerned about the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. We share your concern and are actively following the best practices and guidelines provided by the CDC and other public health authorities to ensure the health and safety of our community.
Given that Gayler Design Build does work necessary to the operations and maintenance of essential infrastructure in housing construction, Contra Costa County considers our company to be an essential business. Going forward, our construction teams will be operating with best practices, as provided by health authorities: maintaining six-foot distances from homeowners, having client meetings by text or phone, using protective barriers within the home, and practicing good hygiene. Even though job sites are considerably lower risk for transference, we want to be conscientious.
Our office team will be minimized, but working, answering phones, scheduling, and conducting consultation phone calls. That way you still have access to the Gayler advisory team for your home projects.
The events taking place today are unprecedented in our community, and we firmly believe that if we all do our part to curb the progress of COVID-19, we will make a big impact together. We care deeply about the health and wellness of our employees, our partners, and the homeowners we build for. If we work together as a community, we’re confident that we will be able to successfully curb the spread of this pandemic.
George, Darlene and Chris Gayler