By George Papaheraklis

We know these are difficult times during the Coronavirus pandemic. We also know that an emergency may happen with your home that requires you to hire a professional to fix. Because we always keep the safety of our clients a priority, we wanted to list out some of the best practices we’re following in order to keep our clients and workers safe and healthy during this time.

1. Sanitary Projects

Some improvements and fixes are necessary for a professional to come to your home to handle. In a case like this, it’s very important to ensure the projects remain sanitary with proper social distancing and only allowing the essential workers to work on your home. Workers must provide daily wipe downs to sanitize the home before they begin working for the day and before they leave your home each day.

2. Only Healthy Workers Should Be Allowed

The safety of both you and our workers are very important. If you work with us, you’ll feel at ease knowing that all of our workers are healthy. If any of our workers show any sign of being sick, they are told to stay home. If you have already decided to work with a different company, make sure that they are following CDC Guidelines and are only allowing healthy workers to work on your home.

3. Free Online Estimates

We offer free online estimates so you don’t have to leave your home. You can find out what the cost will be for your project promptly and in the comfort of your own home. If you accept the quote, we will talk to you about your next steps and how we follow CDC guidelines while working on your home.

At Finecraft Contractors, if you can imagine it, we can build it. We always keep your health and comfort in mind when designing and building. If you have a specific project for your home, call us at 301-330-9191 and we’ll give you a thoroughly thought out estimate.

George Papaheraklis is the founder of FineCraft Contractors, Inc., located in Gaithersburg, MD. Since 1985, FineCraft has been building houses, additions, kitchens, baths and more for discerning families. Their blog can be seen at and they can be reached at 301-330-9191.