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What Is Inside Your Ducts?

What Is Inside Your Ducts?

What is inside your Ducts?

Did you know that indoor air is more polluted than outdoor air? You will be shocked to find out what is inside your ducts. Common indoor air and duct contaminants include dirt, dust, mold, pollen, pet dander and bacteria. The average house collects 40 lbs. of dust per year which as a result, causing 25%-40% of heating and cooling energy wasted due to these contaminants.

Health agencies, doctors, and scientific researchers claim that airborne dust may be one of the worst causes of health-related problems.

Let Bolden’s Help you Breathe Easy with our state-of-the-art equipment.

Our trained technicians will power vacuum the supply and return ducts, blower compartment, access and visual check of coil/pan and will install duct plugs and access plates if needed.

Call to schedule a FREE Duct Cleaning estimate today! Get the inside of your ducts as good as new!

Hello November ~

We all have that one month that we look forward to 11-out-of-12 months a year. If you are thinking of your favorite month right now, I can pretty much guarantee that it isn’t November. However, there are many reasons why it should be.

1. The Return of the Cups

Starbucks celebrates the return of the holiday season with their infamous holiday cups. Not only do they get you in the Christmas spirit but drinking a peppermint white mocha in a festive cup is the right way to enjoy November.

2. Thanksgiving

Say goodbye to your swimsuits and say hello to food! November is the prime month for food.

The Pilgrims and Native Americans did not get along to watch you skip out on a great Thanksgiving feast. So shove that swimsuit to the back of your drawer, gather around the table with your family and enjoy the food!

3. Holiday Movies

Starting Nov. 1, we all are guilty of breaking out the Christmas movies — maybe it’s just me — and getting a jump on the holiday season. From a classic like “Miracle of 34th Street” to “Elf,” Christmas movies are now acceptable to watch without being judged.

4. A Break from School

November is a very relieving month of school. Everyone is celebrating their miraculous survival from midterms. This month should be valued because it is the calm before the storm. In this case, the storm is finals. So, relax and think about how you are almost done with another semester!

5. The Return of Leggings and Boots

Okay, girls. It’s that time. November is the best month because it is officially time to whip out those leggings and boots. Not only is it easy and comfortable, but the temperature is steadily in the 50’s so you won’t go from wearing boots to sandals in less than 24 hours!

6. A Thankful Month

Talking about what you are thankful for is one reason why November is the best. Whether it is a daily Facebook post, Instagram picture or just a simple conversation with a friend, we like to express how thankful we are. No matter what it is, this month puts everyone in the spirit of being thankful and that alone is another reason why November is great.

Don’t Wait until It’s Too Late –

With October at the cusp of the holiday blitz (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s), what better time to get those carpets cleaned than NOW so you don’t have to worry about it until next year.

Call for an appointment today!

We understand this year has been trying on everyone.
Did the extended stay at home with the whole family this year shorten the life of it?

Maybe little Jonny decided to do his art homework directly on the carpet and in the process the teacher spilled his/her “special” coffee?

Has your carpet seen better days?
No worries!!!! Bolden’s Cleaning and Restoration can help!
The great name you know and trust for cleaning has expanded into retail flooring.
We are a proud SHAW distributor!!
Help spread the word! Now offering a 20% off coupon (HOLIDAY2020) for orders placed on carpet in stock, at the mill by November 20th with install by December 23rd

Come let us show you the Bolden’s difference from big box stores. You will have great customer service with high quality product. Our flooring department is prepared to handle your project start to finish and answer any questions you may have!

Call 317-379-3285 Ask for Jessica or Amy L. in the flooring department to schedule an appointment or email JAdams@boldens.com.

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