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Monbleau helps keep energy clean

Posted 5/9/21

Business name: A to Z Solar Panel Cleaning and Pest Abatement, 6 a.m.-7 p.m.; call 310-743-9741 or email monbleaufit@gmail.com.

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Monbleau helps keep energy clean

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Name: Joseph Monbleau

Age: 38

Business name: A to Z Solar Panel Cleaning and Pest Abatement, 6 a.m.-7 p.m.; call 310-743-9741 or email monbleaufit@gmail.com.

Town/neighborhood: I am a Sun City resident, currently a caregiver for my grandparents.

Personal background highlights: We have more than 20 years of solar experience.

What we do: We clean your solar array system from A to Z, making sure to clean under and around array to help maximize efficiency. We make a solar array system less of an eye sore to the neighborhood. We also put up pest abatement to keep birds and other rodents from getting in and under array causing havoc. It can also be a potential health issue due to all the bird debris and droppings. Something you would not want dropping on you every day to step outside your house. Pest abatement also keeps the pigeons and other rodents away from the very important wiring underneath the array.

 

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