AgriLawn's Seasonal Weed Control and Fertilization Blog

A letter from AgriLawn’s President

To Our Customers,

We hope that everyone is staying safe and are doing their best to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.

In light of recent events, many of you may be asking whether we are considered an essential business in the “Stay at Home” act that Governor Stitt enacted recently.

The order reads as such: “Workers such as plumbers, electricians, exterminators, and other service providers who provide services that are necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and office buildings.” will be allowed to continue operations.

Landscaping/Weed Control companies are included in the list of essential businesses. We will continue to provide protection against pests such as fleas, ticks, and offer mosquito control.

Safety for both our customers as well as our employees are our number one priority and we have taken steps to help protect everyone during this difficult time. As most of you are aware, we have already advised our technicians to refrain from knocking on doors and/or leaving invoices. We have provided our technicians with disinfectant to utilize throughout the day as they work solo from their work vehicles. We are staggering our start times to ensure that we have minimal personnel in the office at any given time as well as moved to clocking in for work from our personal cellular devices. This will help provide social distancing for both inside our office as well as while we are at residence homes conducting applications.

Our staff takes pride in being able to help protect your home/yard from insects/pests and we hope to be able to continue to provide you peace of mind while we all work together to get through this pandemic that everyone is facing.

Rest assured; we are doing our very best to care for our employees while providing timely services. We are committed to providing for our community and giving our support wherever needed.

Thank you for your continued support.

Sincerely,

Teresa Sapp / President