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Litchfield Builders Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

See how Litchfield Builders is working to keep our customers, employees, and community safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Litchfield Builders is open and operational

Even during these challenging times, there is still work to be done and Litchfield Builders is prepared to deliver. With every safety precaution, we are continuing to deliver on our projects in a timely manner. If you have a project you are considering, contact us today and let's talk about how we can help. 

Safety Precautions We Have Implemented

In order to keep a safe and clean workspace, we have implemented our COVID-19 Prevention and Work Practice Controls at all job sites.

We have also implemented video conference calls for client-facing discussions to keep everyone safe while still viewing potential job sites and discussing upcoming projects with customers.  

Supporting First Responders

For those who are out on the front lines helping to keep our communities safe, we wanted to provide them with the tools to do so. 

Over the last several weeks, we have donated over 400 N95 safety masks to local Police and Fire departments in the Hamden and New Haven area. 

Thank you to all of those who help keep us safe each day, we hope our small token of support helps you stay safe.  

No Employee Layoffs

We have had no changes to our day-to-day operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. While working conditions have changed, we have made sure that all our employees are keeping busy. 

From working on-site on our customer projects to catching up on some much-needed repairs and upgrades to our roster of tools, every Litchfield Builders employee is delivering value day in and day out. 

National Workers Stand Down

With municipalities cracking down on job sites not adhering to safety standards, Litchfield Builders joined the HBRA of Central Connecticut and the NAHB in a national safety stand down on Thursday, April 16th to pause all work for at least 10 minutes.

Click here to learn more about the NAHB National Stand Down.