COVID-19 Awareness & Guidance
Safety First. We're In This Together
Allied values the health, safety and well-being of our clients, customers, staff and members. We have been and continue to implement preventative and protective steps to mitigate risks to the health and safety of our employees and customers.
As the world continues to monitor the situation, the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are constantly updating guidelines and best practices; we recommend regularly checking these sites to receive the latest news and updates. Allied has been and continues to closely follow this quickly evolving situation and will provide updates when practical.
Here are some things you need to know if you are moving during the "Stay At Home" period:
Smiles, Not Shakes: If you have to move at this time, we want you to know our movers are taking extra precautions including additional hygiene and sanitizing methods. All Allied personnel have been directed to avoid personal contact, so please don’t take offense if you don’t get a handshake or even an elbow bump. We WILL greet you with a no-contact smile!
Need to Change Your Move?: If anyone within your household may have contracted Coronavirus, or you are isolating due to exposure or potential exposure, call your mover. Every effort will be made to accommodate your schedule.
Let’s Help One Another Be Germ-free: If you can, please provide your moving crew access to a sink, soap and paper towels throughout your move. If this isn’t practical, please provide hand sanitizer.
Our Version of Telework – Online, Video & Virtual Estimates: If you are trying to plan a move during this time of social distancing, many professional movers have the capability to provide online, video and virtual estimates rather than in-home ones – so you can ask for this accommodation.
Fresh, Clean Supplies: Use new moving supplies such as boxes and tape; this isn’t the time to re-use materials that may be compromised.
We are here to guide you through the process. Contact your local Allied agents with any questions you may have.
Learn more about Allied's Business Continuity Plan
Read Allied's official statement from Tom Oberdorf, CEO
Centers For Disease Control and Prevention