Dilly Print Shop Response to COVID-19
The Dilly Print Shop has felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy during this time of uncertainty. Mayor Kirk Caldwell recently declared a state wide shutdown of non-essential businesses. Thankfully, we are considered an essential business because we serve as storage units for medical supplies. We also provide necessary supplies for essential businesses to stay running. Hence, we are still open for business. However, we have taken some precautions to keep our staff and customers safe from the COVID-19.
Dilly Print Shop New Office Hours
Our new temporary print shop hours are Monday-Friday 10-6pm, Saturdays 12pm-5pm and still closed on Sundays. These office hours coincide with our front office hours for our storage tenants as well. We are doing this to ensure the health and safety of our staff and customers.
Change in Operations
We have also made some changes to our operations in the front office for the time being. The computers in the front office are no longer available for use. Therefore, your printing files need to be emailed to us in advance. They will not be accessible on the computers in the front office. We have closed those off for the time being. We are also taking extra precautions in addition to our office cleaning routine sanitizing high-traffic surfaces around the facility such as door handles, elevator buttons, counters and keypads. We are also enforcing social distancing by limiting the number of customers in the office to a maximum of two. There are instructed lines taped on the ground outside the office to maintain the recommended 6’ social distance outside of the facility for those who are waiting to enter.
The print shop saw an influx of customers towards the end of March. There was a high demand for printing COVID-19 signs and hand-washing signs as well as many lamination jobs. Although we have slowed down now, we are still open for business for those who need printing!