We hope you all had a great Christmas! We certainly did. In fact, 2018 has been a wonderful year. We feel blessed and privileged to continue serving the residential and commercial HVAC needs of this warm and vibrant community.
Whether you start the New Year off with a champagne toast, greens and black-eyed peas, or a cup of cocoa and a good book, we wish you a safe and happy new beginning.
Holiday Hours: Closed December 31st and January 1st for the New Year Holiday
All the best— and if you find that you need service on your HVAC systems, call us at (386) 253-7444 or Contact Us.
Like so many people, we at D.G. Meyer Inc. have had family, friends and too many acquaintances tragically affected by Breast Cancer. So—again this year we donned our Pink Tees and joined 11,000 friends to walk and raise funds for Breast Cancer Research and Support.
The Making Strides Volusia-Flagler event took place on Saturday October 27th at 9:00 a.m. It was a beautiful fall day in Florida, dawning cool and crisp under brilliant blue skies streaked with high thin clouds. The breeze off of the river was a bit brisk, but we couldn’t have ordered a more perfect day for the Walk.
This year’s event raised a total of $307,186 to help support those facing breast cancer, and ultimately end the disease. Our D.G. Meyer Team, once again Captained by the beautiful and intrepid Brianna Toth, Office Administrator for the Company had— officially— seven members, but at least twice that number including friends and family turned out to walk with us. We raised over $600 again this year.
What a Team!
… And we all had a great time. What a very good and useful way to spend a morning. Our Team ranged in age from one year old to mid-sixties. We are a Family company, and we brought many of them along. You’re never too young or too old to help your friends, your (extended) family and your community!
We are so deeply grateful to all those who walked and to all those who donated to this worthy cause.
While you enjoy the cook-outs, family get-togethers, beach, fireworks and other festivities of this week’s holiday , take the time to reflect on why we Still celebrate Independence Day after more than 240 years as a nation. July 4th is so much more than just a holiday to break up the summer doldrums. It is the time to look back on the people and the events that made this country free, and brought us the blessings and prosperity that we are favored with today.
Be Safe as You Celebrate.
Remember to handle fireworks and sparklers with respect.
Be aware of fire hazards, and keep a safe distance from lit fireworks.
Supervise children closely, and never let them light sparklers.
Keep a supply of water nearby as a precaution.
If grilling, be careful and heed all safety precautions. Make sure kids and pets stay away from the grill.
Be mindful of the Florida heat as you play outdoors this week (and all summer). Protect your skin from the sun, stay hydrated and seek shade if you begin to feel light-headed or dizzy.
Plan ahead in the event of lightning and storms, which are very common in the afternoon and evenings this time of year. Make certain shelter is available.
From the D.G. Meyer Inc. family to yours—wishing everyone a very Safe and Fun July Fourth Holiday!
Drive carefully if you are out tonight. Obey all speed limits and be doubly watchful. There will be lots of little Ghosts, Goblins, Witches and Storm Troopers out at dusk and after dark, so be watchful, not only in neighborhoods, but on busier streets as well.
If you are dressing up and attending an (adult) party or one of the many public celebrations of All-Hallows-Eve, use your best judgement. Don’t drive impaired. If you don’t have a designated driver or a friend/relative who can pick you up, there are some programs in place to help.
The Auto Club Group Tow-to-Go (statewide in Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and Tennessee. In Indiana, Fort Wayne and South Bend only) Program runs October 31 – 6 a.m. November 1…. Phone: 1-800-AAA-HELP
Also available, local programs for Sober Ride.
In Daytona Beach
Be My DD
Details: A driver takes you home in your own vehicle