Holy City Bins: Keeping critters, bacteria at bay

Holy City Bins’ mission is making Daniel Island cleaner — one trash can at a time. 
Most people don’t think about what kind of bacteria, mold, and pathogens lurk within their garbage bins — it’s enough to make one’s skin crawl! According to John Brientnall, owner of new business Holy City Bins, trash cans can have a direct impact on the health and wellness of  residents.
Brientnall came up with the idea of opening a trash can cleaning business after he noticed the condition (and smell) of bins during his runs throughout Daniel Island. The island resident felt the time was ripe to help clean up the community and opened up his business earlier this year.
“We know the community and how much pride people take with their homes, so why wouldn’t they want to have these gross bins cleaned, sanitized, and deodorized? People have pool cleaners, landscapers to tend to their property, so why not have someone tend to their bins and keep them clean and harmless?”
With the warm wet weather in full bloom, Holy City Bins is becoming a go-to solution for a cleaner, safer neighborhood. As the area heats up, unwanted pests start creeping into cans, often creating expensive problems that can be difficult to eradicate. Using cutting-edge sanitation techniques and commercial-grade equipment, Holy City Bins scrubs from the inside out, thoroughly disinfecting and deodorizing smelly trash cans. 
“At Holy City Bins, we use a professional high-pressure system to clean, sterilize, and deodorize your residential garbage bins. Our goal is to protect your family, reduce your exposure, and prevent water pollution.”
For anyone who doubts the importance of a clean trash bin, Brientnall eagerly provides compelling reasons for using a professional. “First, it prevents the spread of germs and bacteria that could result in food poisoning and other diseases. It helps avoid unpleasant odors and eliminate stains. Professional cleaning can also help remove the bacteria and diseases that breed in your trash cans.”
Daniel Island resident and Mpishi chef Andy Clay uses Holy City Bins at his family’s home. “We would totally recommend them; we lost a receipt a few days after we had them cleaned and had to dig through to find – made it a lot easier. We would usually clean ours every so often, but they would still be filthy somehow. Holy City Bins makes them look like new.”
Richard Jackson also uses Holy City Bins for his home trash cans. “The team at Holy City Bins is professional, punctual, and committed to an excellent customer experience. I highly recommend this company for a hassle-free and detailed cleaning service.”
Brientnall suggests residents have their bins cleaned once a month. The company charges $20 for two bins and $5 for each additional bin. For more info go to holycitybins.com. 
If there are any local merchants you’d like to see featured in an upcoming issue send an email to marie@thedanielislandnews.com.

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