Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Under current government guidelines Fibrespan are able to continue to work.

In these ever-changing times, we would like to reassure you of the actions we are takkng for the responsibility of the health and wellbeing of our customers and our staff.

Initial surverys are carried out by one person, who after being granted access (whilst practicing social distancing measures ) can access your project independently.
If you would prefer, photographs and measurements etc can be sent to us via email, and we can discuss your requirements either by phone or email. A quotation will then be sent via email.

We do not require contact with you during our visits
We do not require access inside your home
We will observe social distancing regulations
We will endeavor to only have two staff members house share, so are not putting themselves at further risk by continuing to work together
We use our own transport
PPE is provided for our staff, along with sanitizer spray, wipes and alcohol hand gel.

Reducing contact further, all paperwork, invoices etc will be sent via email and payment can be made using the bank details on the invoice.

Thank you for your support during these difficult times.

Please take care of yourselves and stay well.
Phillip and Johanna
Fibrespan GRP Ltd

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