Plumbers, Electricians Nonetheless Working Throughout Keep-at-Dwelling Order

2 p.m. | Wednesday April 1, 2020

What if you have a plumbing or electrical emergency at home while ordering the governor? Good news. These services are still considered essential.

“We’re doing our best to provide services to those who still need them,” said Andy LeVahn of LeVahn Brothers Pumbing and Hardware in Maple Grove. “Plumbing services are still seen as essential. If everyone buys as much toilet paper as they have, it has to be down somewhere, right? We do our best to serve anyone who has a need. Whether it’s a tap that’s leaking, or a toilet or something. “

The plumbers at LeVahn Brothers take some additional measures when entering homes. They wear gloves and masks.

“And they disinfect after everything. Your truck tools, so yes, ”said Levahn.

According to LeVahn, the company is still trying to keep business going as usual.

“We still get a lot of emergency calls because that’s the nature of the installation. We do everything from water heaters to replacing water taps, ”said Levahn.

What if you have an electrical problem?

“If you have an electrical emergency in your home, we can definitely help you. This is our specialty. If you have an outlet that isn’t working or a room that has no power, we’ve always specialized in that, ”said Dan Smith, director of marketing at Randy’s Electric in Brooklyn Park.

“We still do that. We are considered an essential business. And so we are still working fully. Of course we take some precautions, but we are definitely working and want to help all of our customers that we can. “

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