Happy Labor Day

D.G. Meyer Inc. “Happy Holiday Weekend” Wishing everyone in Daytona Beach and Central Florida a Happy and Safe Holiday Weekend.   We’ll be closed on Monday September 6th so that staff and employees can enjoy the long weekend with their friends and families. If you need service while we are closed, don’t hesitate to  Contact D.G. Meyer for service. https://www.dgmeyer.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/DGM-Labor-Day.mp4#t=,5

80 Years—Daytona Bike Week 2021

The Low and Loud Rumble of Spring Bike Week 2021, the 80th year this rite has been observed in Daytona Beach, begins today. From Friday March 5th through Sunday March 14th, the constant rumble of many motorcycles will fill the soft pre-spring Florida air.  That stampede of iron horses begins arriving even before the actual event though, lured by the warmer southern climate and the holiday atmosphere the event generates. Bike Week has a long […]

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DGM Bulletin Board:  This page is where we share up to date news and information about our company. See what’s been going on, and keep up with the latest discounts, sales or other offers. We welcome your visit and your input. Please feel free to let us know what you think about our website, our company and our service. Your opinions matter to us. D.G. Meyer Inc. is a company that was built on— and […]

Spring Cleaning—Don’t Forget Your HVAC System

It’ll Be Here Before You Know It Though the air conditioning may be running on some of the warmer afternoons, it really hasn’t been called upon to work very hard just yet. Spring in Florida, as anyone who has been here a while knows, can easily go either way (hot or cold), and probably will. And you know it’s coming. Another hot, steamy Florida summer. The season when you break into a sweat walking out […]

Worry Less This Winter

Maintain Your HVAC System The recent cold blasts of air from the north, confirms that yes, Florida has a Winter too. It’s still early in January, so very likely we have two months or more still when the weather can turn mighty chilly here in Central Florida. Since dropping temperatures mean climbing utility bills, make certain that your system is operating at its peak efficiency. If you haven’t already, it is time to have your […]