Brandstetter’s Kanga Roof COVID-19 Response
How We’re Helping to Keep Our Community Healthy & Safe

Covid-19 Response

Several areas are giving shelter in place orders and governments are declaring essential services only. Repairing your home or place of business is considered an essential service. Your property is part of the infrastructure that makes up our great country and proper maintenance is essential to its longevity. Roof leaks can lead to mold and structural damage. Gutter issues can lead to your basement flooding or your foundation to shift. We will remain open for business and available to serve your roofing, siding, and gutter needs.

Latest Update: 3/20/20

To Our Valued Clients, Vendors & Trade Partners,

Undoubtedly, you are aware of the concern in our community and globe due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. We wanted to take a few moments to let you know how Brandstetter’s Kanga Roof is doing our part to respond to the current situation.

We care very deeply for the tri-state area, our customers, employees, trade partners & so many other folks who help make us who we are. As a result, we are immediately implementing the following precautionary measures to help keep us safe & well.

Employees

  • Prior to the start of each day, all of our employees are being checked for fever & any other pertinent symptoms, including fever, cough and shortness of breath.

Working Locations

  • We are taking extra precautions by disinfecting our working locations at the beginning and end of every day or every job. That includes door handles, light switches, faucets, etc.
  • We are asking that if anyone in a client’s home is displaying any possible symptoms of the illness that they notify us immediately. Should there be a potential situation, service will be suspended until there is no longer a chance of infection.

Lastly, we are here to serve you! We share this information today because we care about our community, customers, vendors, employees & everyone involved in this pandemic. We will continue to update this page as the situation evolves. Stay safe & well.

Duane Brandstetter, owner