Sunshine’s roots, starting in 1976, were in window cleaning services. The company’s first customer was a storefront diner in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. Today, the window cleaning division has grown to service a multitude of customers, including major international airports, convention centers, office buildings, and sporting arenas. Even the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum buildings in Washington, D.C., the National Zoo and the National Air and Space Museum have been window cleaning customers.
Another original customer is the old time Florida seafood restaurant, Sea Watch, where panoramic views of the ocean continue to make it a favorite spot today. Diners are able to enjoy those sweeping vistas thanks to Sunshine’s advanced, environmentally friendly Deionization (DI) Water Purification window washing system. The water-fed pole technology uses a process that is free of chemicals and dries windows spot free. The results are no runs, no drips, no errors. Plus, dangerous and damaging ladders aren’t needed to reach those high spots.
The Sea Watch website claims that “almost ten million guests have thronged through the solid core oak door, complete with port hole and heavy brass hatchway hinges, to enjoy the moment and perhaps relive special moments of the past.”
Another water-view Sunshine customer is 15th Street Fisheries, located inside Fort Lauderdale’s most famous nautical landmark, Lauderdale Marina. Keeping their windows clean allows them to “offer the freshest seafood featuring the best waterway views in South Florida, both upstairs for dinner and all day at Fisheries Dockside.”
Also offering oceanside dining is the DUNE by Laurent Tourondel, located in Fort Lauderdale’s prestigious Auberge Residence. Offering contemporary American cuisine, the restaurant’s world-renowned Chef Laurent Tourondel, a native of France, showcases his global training and experience in France, Moscow, Las Vegas and New York City.
Along the famed Las Olas Boulevard, Sunshine customers include the Lobster Bar SeaGrille, where patrons enjoy pristine seafood, live lobsters and prime steaks in a fresh, upscale casual atmosphere. Just a few blocks away, Sunshine customer, Sushi Garage, Las Olas, features “classic Japanese flavors, cleanly executed, with the best ingredients in a comfortable setting for all occasions on a daily basis.”
Additional Sunshine restaurant customers in Fort Lauderdale are the iconic Runway 84, where local business and community leaders are often seen gathering for fundraising events, meetings and family celebrations, as well as Finster Murphy’s. Located on 17th Street, the gateway to the ocean and yacht marinas, the restaurant provides fresh fish and seafood cooked for each diner’s individual taste.
Thousands of Fort Lauderdale diners are able to better enjoy their meals and a brighter day thanks to clean windows by Sunshine Cleaning Systems experts.
“We enjoy working with our restaurant customers and forming relationships with the general managers,” said Erin Calufetti, Director of Window Cleaning at Sunshine Cleaning Systems, Inc. “Our mission is to enhance each restaurant’s customer experience by letting a little ‘Sunshine’ shine in.”