With recurring lock-down restrictions in certain parts of the world, things appear to be sliding even further backwards. More and more people are out of work because of a global pandemic that no one saw coming. Well, some did, but no one was listening. Many people have lost their jobs because many more small to medium-sized businesses have been forced to shut their doors. But many still remain open. Many still have work to do. The 24-hour electrician in Hurricane, WV is one such person.
Electrical service companies remain open for business. You might be wondering why. You might be wondering how they have managed to survive this pandemic and the consequential lock-downs while other businesses, like restaurants and make-up and hairdressing salons have not. People are shying away from these latter businesses as far as possible in order to stave off the risks of contagion. The problem with these kinds of businesses is that close human contact would usually be required. And their service orientations are deemed to be not really that urgent.
Who gets married in times like these? But an electrical breakdown could occur at any given time. And should that happen, it would constitute a clear and present danger, even more risky perhaps than catching the virus. There is very little that people can do in the blink of an eye should an electrical spark or shock occur. Henceforth the need for these electrical services companies to remain open for business. They are deemed to be essential service providers, much in the same way that a medical practitioner would be.
Whilst there are those salons that have been grouped under the health and wellness umbrella the unfortunate hairdressers and manicurists are not viewed in the same light as electricians and doctors.