As an essential service, we are keeping our doors open to support our customers who have an important job to do, to keep the community comfortable and well in their homes.
We have extensive social distancing and hygiene protocols in place across all our branches to ensure our people and customers are safe and healthy.
Our supply chain is functioning well and has not been impacted.
The health, safety and well-being of our customers, our people and the community are our top priority, and we’re continuing to monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic very closely.
We’re keeping our teams up to date on how we can do our bit to slow the spread of the virus and have taken additional precautions which include:
Our stores are open for business
Our business services are considered “essential services” so we’re open and operating.
In regional Victoria we will be complying with the government direction to request identification from all non-account customers who visit our stores, for record-keeping purposes. We have an obligation to refuse service to non-account customers who live in metropolitan Melbourne or Mitchell Shire.
Our account customers, who are tradespeople, are considered an essential service therefore are able to travel between metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria for work, and we maintain electronic records of these transactions.
If you are not an account customer and you plan on visiting one of our showrooms or branches in regional Victoria, please bring your identification and help us keep each other safe by complying with our record-keeping and health and safety protocols.
We will continue to support you and the community in providing essential services, so you can:
Continue to visit us in store - please respect the measures in place for your safety
Order online using maX, your online business management tool
Use click and collect to grab your items
Our supply chain is functioning well and, to date, has not been impacted. We‘ll continue to share updates at relevant times. We have business continuity plans in place to ensure we can maintain supply and operations.
To help you to continue to provide an essential services, here’s a round up of the support available to small businesses during this time.
A multi-billion-dollar package is being implemented by the Australian Government to keep the economy moving during the COVID-19 outbreak. It includes:
The Government is introducing a subsidy program to support employees and businesses. The JobKeeper Payment is designed to help businesses affected by the Coronavirus to cover the costs of their employees’ wages, so that more employees can retain their job and continue to earn an income.
Keeping Australians in work, and businesses in business, will lay the foundations for a stronger economic recovery once the Coronavirus crisis is behind us.
In short, the JobKeeper Payment provides impacted employees with a $1500 payment, per fortnight, to keep them connected to the business.
Employers will be eligible for the subsidy if their business has a turnover of less than $1 billion and their turnover has fallen by more than 30%, read more
If you are a business and would like to declare your interest in the initiative, click here
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