From Wood Window Sash to Face Masks: Adaptive Business Solutions During COVID-19

Celia, of Weston Millwork, stitching a cloth face mask.

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are shifting their priorities in order to survive. Some businesses are agile, seeing opportunities to rethink how they can contribute during this time. Weston Millwork, in Weston, Missouri, has stepped up to help those in need, by making free face masks, to be donated to hospitals, truck drivers, and other organizations and individuals that can’t get them. The masks follow CDC guidelines, and are thoughtfully designed. Each includes a metal nose clip, and the elastic straps come in three different sizes, to prevent sore ears. 

Currently, Weston Millwork is still accepting window sash reproduction projects, though at a slower pace, due to the mask making operation. They plan to resume their usual sash production in the summertime.

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