Spahn & Rose Stores Remain Appointment-Only

In mid-May, states including Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin began easing their COVID-19 restrictions on businesses. To keep customers and employees safe, Spahn & Rose will remain appointment-only until further notice.

Spahn & Rose is in the process of preparing stores to safely accommodate customers again. We are distributing personal protective equipment (PPE) to employees, installing plexiglas shields at counters, establishing procedures to monitor employees’ temperature before they enter the workplace and adding more hand-sanitizer stations.

“We will not open before we are completely ready and comfortable that our employees and customers are comfortable and safe,” says Brent Schneider, Spahn & Rose’s Vice President of Operations. “We need a little extra time to ensure that we are able to protect employees and customers.”

On March 13, Spahn & Rose began taking measures to promote the health and safety of our employees and customers. We have continually monitored COVID-19 news and information from state and federal agencies, modifying business operations as needed.

As of May 19, there is no set timetable for Spahn & Rose stores to reopen. However, as soon as they have been thoroughly prepped and are ready to safely accommodate customers, we’ll share that news on the company website and through social media.

In the meantime, customers can still shop online, schedule a virtual design consultation or dream up your next big project with the online Home Visualizer.

For contractors and builders, Spahn & Rose staff continue to work remotely to ensure that you receive building materials in a timely manner through touch-free delivery or curbside pickup. Contractors can also place orders by calling the nearest Spahn & Rose location or placing an online order.