The past few years have brought a few important truths to light. Family is important, and cleanliness is paramount. Shelves have been emptied of Lysol, bleach, hand sanitizer, and various other cleaning products to wipe out bacteria, germs, and contaminants that can make us not only sick but possibly kill us. It’s essential to know ways to stop the spread of germs and disease to our children, friends, and ourselves.
In 2019, two friends decided to open up a business that would offer the best way to clean areas of not only daily dirt but also the long-term build-up of unnecessary grease, filth, dust, and food particles.
Southern Bio and Southern Charm was the brainchild of Kristy Murray and Sherry Franklin. Both ladies spent long hours the past two years before opening their new innovative business to learn about not just cleaning but also to acquire the necessary Osha certificates and licenses to provide the best Bio cleaning service offered.
The business owners opened in May of 2021.
Learning different methods for cleaning everyday grime, they also discovered ways to sanitize and disinfect even the vilest of areas. Septic tanks, CAT 3 water, removal of animal and human feces, and even extreme hoarding environments.
They provide services to numerous counties. Blount, Walker, Jefferson, Shelby, and Cullman.
No job too small
They are also available to clean small businesses and residential areas. Windows, and the remediation( killing) of mold, sanitizing and eradicating germs, and bacteria, that can lead to illnesses are part of their services.
With different variations of Covid still affecting communities, the time to sanitize and disinfect has never been more significant. The business is insured and bonded.
They are offering a Spring Cleaning/Cleaning out/ Organizational promotion plus up to 150$ off with a 500$ purchase; call them for details at 205-388-2242
As I look back, I remember before being married nights of playing tennis at Moncrief park, as I have always…
There are plenty of great traditions in North Jefferson county, from the amazing Gardendale parade to the Fultondale Christmas tree…