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Randy’s Carpet Care Passes the Torch to KODA Carpet Cleaning

Randy’s Carpet Care Passes the Torch to KODA Carpet Cleaning

Randy’s Carpet Care Passes the Torch to KODA Carpet Cleaning

Holland, MICH. – Family-owned KODA Carpet Cleaning will expand its operations in

Holland with the purchase of Randy’s Carpet Care.

Effective February 2, the sale allows the Den Uyl family to further serve their customers’ residential and commercial cleaning needs. KODA Carpet is led by father and son Jack and Zach Den Uyl that have been providing high-character services to West Michigan since 2005.

“I’d like to thank the people of Holland for the last 44 years. As I set out on the next chapter of my life, I’m passing the torch to KODA Carpet Cleaning. I leave knowing that this father-son team is the right team to keep serving our customers,” said founder Randy Dubbink, who will retire following the sale.

“We see a lot of alignment between these two companies, and we look forward to serving even more customers in West Michigan,” said Zach Den Uyl. “We will continue to offer great service and value to Randy’s customers. We are grateful for Randy’s willingness to entrust us with this opportunity.”

Randy’s Carpet was founded in 1980, serving the greater West Michigan area. KODA’s services include residential and commercial carpet cleaning, furniture and upholstery cleaning, tile and grout cleaning, and more. Current customers of Randy’s can contact KODA Carpet Cleaning at 616-312-1900 with questions. KODA will be reaching out to any currently scheduled appointments and offer uninterrupted service.

KODA has been serving West Michigan through their family businesses for more than 18 years. Combined operations will take place at their headquarters at 100 S. Waverly Rd., Suite 107.

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