Updated Safety Info from Streamline Services

Streamline Services’ Response to COVID-19 in Raleigh, NC

Dear Customer,

We just want you all to know that we got your back!  At Streamline Services, we pledge to Protect, Prevent, and Provide with our certified contactless technician program and best in class in sanitation techniques. That means we can take care of your plumbing, electrical, or air conditioning repairs safely, without you having to touch a thing!

Our repair technicians have gone through hours of training for their certification in maintaining your safety. They are required to sanitize their trucks and tools daily, wash their hands and/or use hand sanitizer after every visit, as well as wearing protective gear before stepping foot in your home – such as masks, shoe coverings, and fresh gloves.

In addition to hygiene and sanitation safety, Streamline has committed to a contactless visit.  We will create your estimates and invoices on our tablets and email them to you, so you don’t have to touch a thing!

So when you call us, know that we are always looking out for you.

ADDITIONAL COVID-19 RESOURCES

To help you stay well-informed, we’ve also provided some helpful answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and your plumbing system.

Do I need to worry about COVID-19 affecting my water supply?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there is no evidence COVID-19 can be transmitted through your municipal water supply. However, if you’d like to protect your home further with an added filtration system to help you drink cleaner water (and stop relying on bottled water), please call us!

What can I flush down the toilet if I run out of toilet paper?

The only things you should flush down the toilet are human waste and toilet paper. Paper towels, feminine hygiene products, and even “flushable” wipes of any kind don’t degrade the way toilet paper does, and can potentially clog your drains or cause issues in city sewer systems. Instead, dispose of these products inlined trash cans.

Is there an air filtration system that can eliminate COVID-19?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there is no evidence COVID-19 can be transmitted through your municipal water supply. However, if you’d like to protect your home further with an added filtration system to help you drink cleaner water (and stop relying on bottled water), please call us!