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Our Message to the Community


Erin working on a rainy April morning (Credit: Matt Gentry, The Roanoke Times)


We were recently featured in a Roanoke Times article on essential workers in the New River Valley during the COVID-19 pandemic. See the article here:

On the Front Line: Saluting Essential Workers in the Roanoke and New River Valleys



To our valued customers and neighbors:

As the country continues to be affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, we have all struggled to adjust to changes in our daily lives. Distancing ourselves from loved ones, staying home from work, and having to wear masks are just a few of the difficult sacrifices we have to make to keep our communities safe. Even in these chaotic times, we want you to know that we are here for you.


At Bell Electric of Blacksburg, we are still open for business. Even amid recent stay-at-home orders, we are allowed to continue operating under what the White House deems America's "essential critical infrastructure workforce." This includes fields such as law enforcement, healthcare, and public safety and sanitation, which are critical to the daily operations of the country even as we all work to stop the spread of COVID-19.


This means you can still count on our skilled electricians and technicians to provide all the essential electrical services you need. Our top priority remains the health and safety of both our customers and employees, which is why we have increased safety measures such as wearing masks, washing and sanitizing hands frequently, and distancing ourselves at the work site. These actions will allow us to continue to provide the same excellent service as always without putting our community at risk. Feel free to contact us anytime with your electrical needs or if you have questions about what we are doing to stay safe.



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