Massachusetts Auto Glass Business Practices Social Distancing Amidst Virus Outbreak

Tiny and Sons’ president, Peter Brown announced his auto glass company has remained open and is practicing social distancing to ensure his customers and staff remain safe.

According to Brown, practicing social distancing has been a challenge for the industry, but he and his team have taken additional precautions.

“Like everyone else, [we] are adjusting to the new norm of social distancing,” said Brown. “In addition to the extra cleanings and careful attention to sanitizing ‘high touch’ areas on cars, we are doing our best to maintain a respectful distance.”

Tiny and Sons will continue with its regular business hours, and according to Brown, its in-shop service will be impacted as its waiting area will be closed.

“We have a secure key drop and will call our customers as soon as their vehicle is done. Special considerations will be considered to our older and home bound customers,” said Brown. “There will be a pickup and drop off service within a five mile radius of the shop.”

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