Electronic Interiors is Still Safely Serving Our Customers

Electronic Interiors will stay open as a federally mandated essential business 

As businesses close throughout the country to aid in social distancing and halting the spread of COVID-19, we have been designated by the government as an essential business that may remain open to support our community during this time. That being said, we’re not conducting business as usual. Your safety is greatly important to us, which is why we’ve implemented special steps to protect clients and staff during the COVID-19 outbreak in the US.

Technology integrators have been labeled an essential business by the Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) in large part since we’re vital to homeowners setting up home offices and learning environments. Integrators are also recognized for their role in keeping a strong networking infrastructure throughout the country as other essential organizations also need support during this challenging time. 

During this critical period, we are committed to helping our clients stay connected, support remote learning for the nation’s children, and protect our clients’ properties and families. 

Though networking and communications infrastructure are the primary reasons for our essential business designation, we will also be available for any service, support, and installation of vital home technology systems including security, surveillance, lighting control, entertainment, and more. A strong network is essential for much of the country right now, and we are here to support your needs.

While the DHS has provided these general recommendations, it is still up to the states to set their own regulations and restrictions. Gov. John Carneyhas declared an essential-only status in Delawareforcing most non-essential businesses to close. As an essential business, Electronic Interiorswill remain open with some restrictions (like office personnel working from home). The Governor has also announced that anyone who enters Delaware from another state must immediately self-quarantine for 14 days to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.

With both Delaware and Maryland businesses now working under an essential-only restriction, we would like clients to know that we are carefully considering your safety and the safety of our employees as it pertains to on-site assistance in your home.  
As many of our clients have second homes here at the shore, please know we are advised by the Governor of Delaware not to impede the mandatory 14-day self-quarantine of any client whom has traveled from another state. We will be happy to schedule any on-site requirements after this time period has passed and only if everyone in the home is not experiencing symptoms. If you already have technology products installed, we can remedy simple concerns offsite and remotely when possible.

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