Florida is hot, but we believe everyone deserves to be cool! That’s why Bold City Heating and Air is initiating its Warm Hearts Cool Homes program which will give local families in need the chance to win a brand new AC unit.
Dreams Come True
Bold City Heating and Air recently partnered with the Dreams Come True Foundation to provide some much needed relief for a local child battling a severe and incurable lung disease. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an incurable genetic disorder that primarily impacts the lungs, leading to frequent lung infections, limiting the ability to breathe over time. This is a very challenging disease to navigate and people who live with this illness rely heavily on clean air quality to help manage their symptoms. The owners of Bold City Heating Air found out about Cammie and her struggles through the Dreams Come True Foundation, and recognized the opportunity to give back. Through this partnership, Bold City Heating Air donated a complete air duct cleaning service for Cammie and her family at their residence. This service has the ability to remove mold growth and dust collection in air ducts, which if left unattended, could cause severe allergic reactions, exacerbating conditions for those who suffer from more serious illnesses, like Cammie. Bold City Heating Air knows how important clean air is, and believes this gift is going to make a huge difference for Cammie and her family, hopefully allowing them to all breathe a little easier.
Bold City Heating & Air Gave Thanks!
As active members of the Jacksonville community, we are so proud to have a presence here, and watch as the city grows into such a great place to live. One of the main components to an attractive city is the people who live here. We are so fortunate to have the military presence and influence that exists here in our large city, because it makes us feel safe knowing there are so many service members living among us. And this awareness got us thinking about how we could show this appreciation to these people, who have sacrificed so much for Americans to feel safe.