(Fort Lauderdale, Florida) – Before patrons enjoyed 50% off deals at the Salvation Army’s Superstore on Broward Boulevard, Sunshine Cleaning Systems (sunclean.com) made sure the facility was disinfected. The privately-held integrated cleaning company headquartered in Fort Lauderdale since 1976 recently donated a thorough disinfecting service using an electrostatic spraying system.
The entire 20,000-square-foot store was treated to disinfect, improve air quality and eliminate odors. Bathrooms, dressing areas and the checkout counter were all disinfected prior to the busy Saturday shopping day.
During the COVID-19 crisis and as businesses begin to reopen, Sunshine Cleaning teams have been busy cleaning and disinfecting municipal facilities, office buildings, restaurants, athletic facilities and more.
About Sunshine Cleaning Systems
Sunshine Cleaning was founded in 1976 by Larry Calufetti, who passed away in 2016. He started the company as a window cleaning service, but quickly expanded to include a wide range of other commercial janitorial services. Among its signature offerings are specialty escalator cleaning, disinfecting solutions, terrazzo floor care, window cleaning, pressure cleaning, as well as parking lot and roadway sweeping.
The privately held and woman-owned company has branch offices in Charlotte, North Carolina; and throughout Florida in Orlando, West Palm Beach, Tampa and Sarasota, in addition to the Fort Lauderdale headquarters.