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Health and Safety Update

Health and Safety Update

We are still open during this time. Please see below some of the steps we are taking to ensure the Health and Safety of our Team and our Customers. In light of the ongoing Coronavirus COVID-19, we would like to assure you that our Team here at Graham Auto Repair is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment in our Shop for both our employees and our customers. We are closely monitoring the on-going outbreak, and we are taking steps to ensure that our processes follow the guidelines and recommendations of the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and WHO (World Health Organization). We require all of our employees to use frequent hand-washing, as this is one of the best steps to remove potential germs that could spread COVID-19. If any of our employees are sick, especially with flu-like symptoms, we ask them to stay home and we encourage our customers to do the same. If you are sick please call us to re-schedule your appointment for a later da ... read more

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Stay Safe in the Sun

Stay Safe in the Sun

Stay Safe in the Sun! July is UV Safety Month. Now that we are fully into the Summer Season it's important that we are all practicing safety in the sun!       Here are 15 tips for Sun Safety:   1. The first (most obvious, but also forgotten) tip is to wear sunscreen! And of course our kids will complain (and sometimes so will we) but it’s so important!!!   2. Don’t forget: Sunscreen is only a filter; it does not block all UV Rays. Even with proper sunscreen use, some UV Rays will still get through. It’s important to remember that Sunscreen doesn’t make you invulnerable and able to spend unlimited amounts of time in the sun.   3. Sunscreen is available in many forms: lotions, creams, ointments, lip balms. Make sure that you check the label and know how much protection your sunscreen has. Sunscreens with broad spectrum protection, against both UVA and UVB Rays, and with an SPF value of 30 or higher, are recommende ... read more

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