As nearly two months of quarantine from COVID-19 have passed, spring cleaning and other house projects are starting to wrap up. And as the honey-to-do list is getting smaller, you might finally be able to get out in your shop. But you might be faced with some supply and project challenges because businesses are shutdown. But don’t worry, there is still a way for you to get the supplies you need and keep your distance.
Stay Safe; We Ship Right to your Door
Most government officials have suggested that people stay at home as much as possible. Some lumber yards have even shut their doors from outside visitors. This means picking up lumber supplies can be near impossible. As a reminder, you can order lumber from our website on your phone, tablet, or computer, and we’ll ship it right to your door. What’s even better is we offer free shipping on all of our value packs and some live edge slabs.
Don’t overthink it. Stay safe and order your lumber from home.
Projects to work on
The other issue you might be facing is you’re out of project ideas. Don’t let this stop you from creating. During this time, many people are struggling to make ends meet. Some areas have been hit harder than others, and some supplies are running short in supply. Maybe consider making a donation project for someone in need or a charity. It doesn’t need to be anything significant, just show you’re trying to help out. Maybe a food pantry or homeless shelter needs some cutting boards or cooking utensils, both of which are simple and quick to make. A little bit goes a long way for organizations in need.
A Note from Us on COVID-19
Here at our facility, we are committed to keeping our employees safe and healthy. We have been following all government guidelines, and have advised our employees to do the same while not at work. As of now, we are able to operate at full-capacity, however if a shutdown or changes to our business become necessary, we’ll share that news on our website.
We hope everyone is staying safe during this time, and we can’t wait to see the projects you are working on while you’re in quarantine.