A Message from DNA Landscapes: COVID-19
The events of the last weeks are truly unprecedented. In the 12 years we’ve been Professionally Landscaping, we, like you, have never seen anything like this.
As a provider of commercial landscaping services in the United States, DNA Landscapes is monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak closely. During this difficult time, DNA Landscapes remains committed to the health and safety of not just our team members, but of our many valued customers across the Northwest Suburbs in which we operate.
According to Executive Order No.8 (2020-10) in response to COVID-19 published March 20, 2020 section 9:
“For purposes if this Executive Order, individuals may leave their residence to provide any services or perform any work necessary to offer provisions, operate, maintain and repair Essential Infrastructure.
Essential Infrastructure including but not limited to, construction required in the response to this public health emergency, hospital construction, construction of long-term care facilities, and housing construction); Building management and maintenance” Exec. Order No. 8 3 C.F.R. page 4 (2020).
In response to these events we have made significant changes to operations across all of our service lines, following and often exceeding the recommendations of public health authorities. We are committed to helping keep essential services open and best caring for our customers’ living assets
DNA Staff has taken additional preventative measures to prevent COVID-19 exposure.
- DNA Administration is working home until April 7, 2020 or additional notice
- DNA Sales Representatives are only sending online quotes to avoid physical contact
- DNA Service teams will consist of no more than 3 members to avoid big teams
- We are still visiting customer homes if needed, but we ask you to remain indoors and proceed to use cellphone communication
We appreciate your cooperation with this request,