Due to the growing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, New Zealand is now in a state of national emergency and in lockdown. This means that people need to stay at home and some non-essential businesses will be closed. Moreover, those who are not working in essential services must stay at home. They should also stop interactions with others outside of their household. However, businesses who are offering essential services can still operate. These include supermarkets and pharmacies, among others. Furthermore, businesses who are involved in the supply and support chain are also considered essential. As one of the trusted and leading renovation companies in New Zealand, we, at Renovations.NZ, are considered an essential service provider. Why are we an essential service provider? According to the Government’s definition of an essential business for the building and construction sector, the company should be related to essential services and critical infrastructure, and that are included in the supply and support chain. Moreover, the company should also be involved in any work that requires immediate address to health or life safety risks. It should also be involved in the prevention of serious environmental harm. As part of the building and construction sector, we at Restorations.NZ, provide services such as: Urgent Plumbing and sewer repairs, including damaged and leaky water mains or plumbing pipes. Roof leaks and repairs. Blocked toilets or essential plumbing repairs. Any electrical repairs such as no power to property or electrical faults that may put you at risk. E.g no power to health care equipment. Commercial building services for hospitals or any other related health care premises. Damage that may...
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