Please note that the drywall technician is not being selfish when he thinks of himself before the customer. And do rest assured that our local drywall contractors near me in olathe, ks are still putting all local customers, both commercial and residential first. So then, let’s just quickly explain why the drywall technician was considering his own wellbeing before moving onto his customers. Put it to you this way then.
If the drywall guy is not safe then his customers are not going to be safe. If the drywall technician is unsafe on the site of the job, then it is likely to have a negative impact on the delivery of his service. If the drywall technician and his assistants are unprotected during the course of their site work, then it’s quite possible that occupants on or close to the site could be in harm’s way. Speaking of which, parents are strongly advised to keep their young children and small, inquisitive pets completely away from the drywall technician’s place of work.
Drywall technicians and their assistants, strictly speaking, also need to be able-bodied. They should also be healthy and fit. There is every possibility that they could be called upon to do some heavy lifting, although it has to be said that well-manned teams would usually have the benefit of lifting devices such as dollies and specialist drywall forklifts. Bear in mind too, that the now-customary habit of wearing facemasks is no strange bedfellow for drywall technicians and their assistants.
By now, they should be quite accustomed to using the masks to shield their respiratory systems from heavy volumes of dust. And whilst they are shielding their noses from silica, they also have to watch their backs if you will.