Fall Checklist— Maintain HVAC System

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Fall Checklist

It’s That Time Again We wanted to make sure and remind you that it’s time to give a little TLC to the HVAC system that worked so very hard for you through yet another hot  and humid Florida summer. Lets face it—it is still hot out there and probably will continue so for a while yet. However, with the change of season officially recognized now, it’s the perfect time to take stock of your System’s […]

Spring Cleaning—Don’t Neglect Your HVAC System

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Don't Neglect Your HVAC System

Coming Soon—A Long, Hot Summer It’s been an extended, mostly cool spring season in Central Florida this year. Though the air conditioning may be running on these warm afternoons, it really hasn’t been called upon to work very hard just yet. You know it’s coming though. Another hot, steamy Florida summer. The season when you break into a sweat walking out to your car in the morning, the interlude that drives people into the air-conditioned […]

Have a Happy New Year—Welcoming 2018

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Happy New Year 2018

Almost 2018 We at D.G. Meyer Inc. Air Conditioning/Sheet Metal/Electrical would like to thank all of our friends and customers in the Central Florida area for making 2017 such a great year. We look forward to serving you in 2018! As you turn your calendars to a New Year, take a few minutes to schedule that hvac maintenance you’ve been meaning to get to, an indoor Air Quality survey, or talk to one of our […]

D.G. Meyer Inc. Service Department

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DGM Service Technicians 2017 D.G. Meyer Inc’s Service Department is here to help 24/7. Call or Contact us for assistance with your HVAC service,  preventative maintenance or duct cleaning today! Save Save Save Save Save

Surviving the *Dog Days of Summer*

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Surviving the Dog Days of Summer

August Forecast—Hot and Humid So, here we are right smack dab in the middle of “the Dog Days of Summer”! Did you ever wonder about that phrase? It’s original meaning is probably not exactly what you thought.  Historically, the Dog Days were those following the  heliacal rising ( The heliacal rising of a star occurs annually when it first becomes visible above the eastern horizon for a brief moment just before sunrise, after a period […]