Unified Fine Arts is constructing a plan to resume business operations on May 18, 2020.  We realize that in a few weeks, the threat of COVID-19 will still be significant, and ultimately risk will remain until a vaccine is available. We will continue to use the best information available to guide our reentry and look forward to working with you again soon.

Because we take the health of our employees, clients, and community very seriously, we will use the next 2-weeks to educate our employees, sanitize trucks, equipment, offices, and warehouses. We will also begin reaching out to clients to get previously postponed jobs back on the schedule and have discussions regarding your particular project. At this time, we are also available to book new work and discuss future projects. Due to the nature of the work we do, we will need more planning than ever before, and we ask for your patience as we resume operations in this new world.
 
If you have questions or would like more information on our new daily procedures, please contact us.   
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