February 12, 2021

How iTecs Will Work With The 2021 February Freeze

As we approach an expected 220 hours plus freezing temperatures and possibly, three inches of snow late Sunday night in the North Texas area, iTecs anticipates that the roads will be too dangerous to dispatch our teams to client's offices. However, our staff will be working from home and supporting our clients remotely.

With the 2021 February freeze imminent, iTecs will continue to support clients remotely.

As we approach an expected 220 hours plus freezing temperatures and possibly, three inches of snow late Sunday night in the North Texas area, iTecs anticipates that the roads will be too dangerous to dispatch our teams to client's offices. However, our staff will be working from home and supporting our clients remotely.

We will keep you updated on this page, on our Facebook page, and on Twitter. We hope that everyone stays safe and warm.

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