Things aren't peachy in The Big Peach
Atlanta is resilient. The city has the unholy distinction of being the only American city to have been destroyed by an act of war. General Sherman burnt the metropolis to the ground during the Civil War, razing all but 400 buildings.
In the decades since, Atlanta has risen from the ashes to become the cultural and commercial capitol of the South. The city is home to the busiest airport in the world, CNN's global headquarters and more than 57,000 manufacturing jobs. It was this capacity for rebirth that inspired the city's symbol: A phoenix.
That capacity is being tested again — this time by an act of nature, not war. The Coronavirus pandemic has ravaged businesses in every sector: from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to the Mercedez-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons.
Coronavirus cleaning can restore Consumer confidence
While much remains uncertain, one thing is clear: Consumers are more likely to patronize businesses if they feel management takes hygiene seriously. McKinsey and Company, a leading consulting firm, suggests that beefing up cleaning protocols and making them more visible to guests might be the fastest way to bolster consumer confidence.
Smart business owners are already implementing these ideas — in Atlanta and across the country. Half of executives surveyed in June by leading consulting firm McKinsey & Company either planned to implement or already had implemented Antiviral or disinfectant fogging in high occupancy environments.
Commercial cleaning companies have been quick to respond to this demand, and many now offer "coronavirus disinfecting," in addition to their traditional service offerings. The problem? Most of these companies are using manual interventions — like backpack foggers — that are simply too labor-intensive and costly for many cash-strapped business owners.
Drones offer a More Affordable alternative
We have good news: There is a better way to disinfect large facilities like theaters and concert venues. Our drones — equipped with coronavirus disinfectant spraying nozzles — can sterilize venues 14-times more quickly than competing methods and at half the cost.
This approach has been widely used to contain the virus in China and India and is being discussed in Europe. We're now using the same technology to disinfect large public spaces right here in the United States. Sound too good to be true? Contact us today to learn how we can help your business respond to the pandemic safely, affordably and effectively.