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DANDELION ENERGY NEW PROCEDURES FOR REOPENING MID-HUDSON REGION

Dandelion Energy in Latham, one of the nation’s leading residential geothermal companies, is pioneering new health safety procedures as the company prepares to relaunch operations in the Mid-Hudson region and other parts of New York state. The new procedures include virtual sales and geothermal system design, PPE for staff, rotating schedules, limiting installation crew sizes, social distancing on installations and updated cleaning and testing for facilities and staff. 
“We’re proud to be a New York company and New York tough. Over the last several months, our team has totally revamped our sales, design, installation and business procedures to protect our workers and our customers. Our team has tackled this challenge with the same approach that has made Dandelion the No.1-ranked geothermal company for customer service in the state. With these new health and safety procedures in place, we feel confident that we can get back to work safely,” said Michael Sasche, CEO of Dandelion Energy.
Dandelion’s modern, clean, and green Home Geothermal Systems provide efficient heating, air conditioning and warm water at significant savings over older fossil fuel burning devices. Dandelion systems eliminate the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, improve indoor air quality, and allow people to reduce their home’s largest source of harmful carbon pollution while saving up to 50% on their annual heating and cooling operating costs. 
For more, visit https://dandelionenergy.com/see-if-your-home-qualifies.

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