Our primary goal is to keep our team, customers and suppliers safe during this unprecedented time.
Staying Safe and Operational During Coronavirus (COVID-19)
All of us who live in California are all concerned about the potential impact of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Especially in light of the Governor's announcement on March 19 evening that All Residents of California are to "Stay at Home". At Discount Service Electric, we want to assure you, our customers, that we provide an essential service, and as such, we will continue to be open for business to serve you during this time. We are here to assist with your electrical installation and service needs. Our primary goal is to keep our team, customers and suppliers safe during this unprecedented time.
We are requiring all of our Technicians adhere to the following:
- Stay at home as much as possible when they are not working.
- Dispatch from home, so as not to go to the office.
- Wash and sanitize their hands at the beginning and end of each appointment.
- Avoid shaking hands or any other touch with our customers.
- Maintain Social Distancing of 6' from anyone in the home.
- Keep their service vehicles stocked with safety equipment i.e: face masks gloves, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes.
- Wear Floor-Savers in your home to protect your floors and your home.
- Sign your Work Orders for you to eliminate an unnecessary touch.
- Allow you to read credit card numbers for manual entry into our payment system.
- Clean and sanitize tools between appointments and maintain a clean and safe work vehicle.
- Our Technicians will be prepared for work, in full health, with bright smiles, ready to lighten your burdens in these uncertain times.
We're Here to Help! Amid the Health Concerns of the Coronavirus Pandemic, Discount Service Electric Remains Open and Ready to Assist with Your Electrical Needs. Give us a call at (951) 338-2595
Latest California Information
NEW "Stay At Home" Order - March 19, 2020
On March 19, California Governor Gavin Newsom issued a statewide order for all residents to ‘stay at home’ amid a coronavirus outbreak. This stay home order is in place till further notice. Learn More.
WHAT'S STILL OPEN?
The Associated Press reports that businesses that provide essential services will remain open. They include grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, pharmacies and other health care providers, news outlets, banks and laundromats. Restaurants can still provide take-out food and make deliveries. Businesses involved in construction and “essential infrastructure” such as plumbers, electricians, gas stations, auto repair shops and hardware stores also are exempt. Public transportation and utilities will continue to provide service. Keep Reading.