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Atlanta's Black-owned cleaning company announces official launch

Sophie-Ann McCulloch
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ATLANTA — Seabreeze Cleaning, a Black-owned commercial cleaning company based in the city, has declared its official establishment as an enterprise. With the ability to give services to athletic facilities, apartment and condominium communities, construction sites, government facilities, healthcare organizations, office buildings, and schools, Seabreeze Cleaning is exceptional due to its touchless cleaning method.

"As a business owner, I understand the many things we have to do on a daily basis, and the plethora of issues that go through our minds, and cleaning just isn't one of those things," said Michael Montgomery, founder and CEO of Seabreeze Cleaning. "Especially, cleaning to the standard that's necessary to protect our customers and the public from contracting Covid-19' or any other infections or viruses."

"It's important that businesses open to the public maintain the utmost cleanliness to keep people healthy and safe, and that's where we come in. We offer many services including electrostatic disinfection, janitorial services, deep cleaning and sanitizing, power washing, and valet trash services."

During the pandemic, the general public demands businesses to escalate their cleaning efforts to reduce the risk of people contracting the virus from surfaces in their establishment and to increase the public's protection.

That is where the business comes in. According to the company, what distinguishes Seabreeze Cleaning from other cleaning services is its use of 'electrostatic disinfection sprayers', which government facilities and corporations have also adopted in their cleaning procedures.

This specific piece of equipment is used to turn disinfectant liquid into aerosols and then charge each droplet to be absorbed to surfaces through electrostatic forces.

"Our technicians are trained in our unique touchless cleaning methods, designed with your business in mind. So if you're a business owner and you're interested in protecting your customers and your staff, we'd love to be the ones that you trust with the cleanliness and care of your facility. Because we understand that it's not just about cleaning but health and safety as well," Montgomery said.

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