Hi everyone, we are continuing to run an on-call service for the next 4 weeks while in lockdown (a list of things classed as essential will be below). I'm aware that many are feeling a financial strain at this time so, IF MONEY IS A PROBLEM PLEASE TALK TO US ABOUT OPTIONS. In what can be a scary time, having no power can amplify that feeling so please get in touch.
I would largely appreciate it if you could share this message. One of the hardest things for us is making people aware of what we do. As always, a massive thank you to our clients, it's your support that helps us give back to the community in times like this.
Our goal is to stay home as much as possible for the safety of the Kapiti community, so we may decide your problem is not essential while in lockdown. If this is the case, we can schedule you in for when we reopen. We will also be wearing a facemask and disposable gloves for our safety and yours, on arrival.
Problems that warrant a call-out:
▪️ No Hot Water
▪️ Loss of Power
▪️ Partial Loss of Power (loss of lights or loss of necessary
▪️ Pump Failure
▪️ Major Oven Repairs (due to not being able to order
▪️ Loss of Power for Medical Equipment
▪️ Loss of Heating
Always open to a conversation if you are concerned about anything or wanting general advice on 0278414557
All the best from our family to yours,
Mr Watts Electrical
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