From the Colorado Roofing Association Board of Directors:
As you may be aware, a stay-at-home order has been issued by Governor Polis along with most counties and municipalities across Colorado. However, most of these jurisdictions have listed construction as an essential service and is allowing roofing to continue on new construction and on the exterior of existing buildings.
There are various restrictions to this exemption including social distancing while working, using gloves and/or masks as necessary and not entering the building you are working on. We encourage you to check any orders in place in your local jurisdiction and the jurisdiction/s for any jobs you intend to work on, prior to scheduling work.
We have provided information and links to stay at home orders, building dept updates, legal, HR and financial resources and more at our CRA website and will update this information for you as it becomes available.
We as an industry are fortunate to be able to continue operating our businesses here in Colorado when so many other businesses have been forced to close. To protect your employees, your customers and the general public, it is imperative that you require your employees to work safely and within the guidelines set up by the Centers for Disease Control and the State of Colorado. We in the roofing industry must follow these guidelines to ensure that we are doing our part to minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Work smart, be careful, and we will all get through this together.