Update from JETT Pump & Valve on COVID-19

The current 'Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce,' from the US Department of Homeland Security (dated March 19th, 2020) as well as Governor Gretchen Whitmer's Executive Order No. 2020-21 (dated March 23rd, 2020) states that the water & wastewater industry is a critical infrastructure workforce.



For JETT Pump & Valve, that means that we will execute safe COVID-19 practices and will continue operations and will continue to be available for emergency services.

We have made some temporary modifications to our schedule to reduce the amount of people in our office, in addition to other safety precautions. If you have certain circumstances that may be affected and might need special accommodations, please call:

John Bresler 248-240-5023
Jennifer Duff 248-240-5594

Our main number, 248-673-2530, will continue to be answered 24/7 as well. 



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