All of us at D.G. Meyer Inc. would like to wish you and yours a happy and enjoyable Thanksgiving (or Friendsgiving ;-)).
We will close at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday. We’ll be closed all day Thursday, November 22nd to celebrate the holiday with our families. On Friday, we’ll be back in the morning, bright eyed and ready to serve the Central Florida area. (However, we will be closing early—at 1:00 p.m. Friday afternoon!)
As always, we are available 24/7 for emergency service (Night/Weekend Rates Apply). Call us at (386) 253-7774 for service.
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 recent performance.
While it still may be hard to believe that Fall is here, you should take the initiative now to be certain that you are prepared when cooler weather arrives in Central Florida. Be sure your unit is in tip-top condition before the Heating Season begins. This is also a great time to consider the replacement of old or less than efficient equipment. Our Residential Sales Department Team would be pleased to give you an estimate or answer your questions.
For maintenance and service, call D.G. Meyer, Inc. and ask about our Residential Energy Saving Agreement. Let us provide your A/C system with a complete precision tune-up and a professional semi-annual check, to be sure that you are getting the most from your energy dollars. Call us at (386) 253-7774 or Contact Us to make an appointment or for more information.
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 sanctuaries of their homes and cars, and makes them daydream of beaches and pools. In the not too distant future, that lazily purring HVAC system will have to shift into overdrive to deliver the cool air we all crave.
Take some time now to make certain that everything is running at top efficiency. This is the time to make certain that the filter is new or cleaned. A dirty or clogged filter makes the air conditioner work harder, and can cause the air compressor to break down. Additionally, keep in mind that your machine has to be able to breathe. Check to see if there are any shrubs or debris too near the outdoor unit and get rid of them if need be.
While you’re in spring cleaning/cleanup mode is a good time to notice how your thermostat is doing. If it is an older model, you may consider replacing it with a new digital one to more accurately represent temperature levels. Take a look at your ductwork, or have a reliable contractor do so. Leaking or dirty ducts can cost you big money.
Don’t put off any needed maintenance or upgrades until the heat truly sets in. We are approaching the busiest time of year for AC company installers and service technicians. You don’t want to be caught with a broken down or malfunctioning unit, and a long wait for repair or replacement.
Regular maintenance and inspection will keep your HVAC System in tip-top condition. So show your HVAC some Love! Call or Contact us here at D.G. Meyer Inc. for service or repair today
Along our stretch of beach-side paradise, the seasons turn slowly and reluctantly for the most part. The only noticeable difference we will see during the early weeks of fall are lengthening afternoon shadows, and a drop in humidity—if we are lucky. Still, the calendar tells us that autumn arrives today, and like most folks, it makes us think of shorter, cooler days, holidays approaching, and pumpkin lattes.
With the passage of Hurricane Irma not yet two weeks gone, we are still very aware that the Atlantic storm season continues in full sway. We will not breath with complete ease again until sometime in November. Our area was spared the very worst Irma had to offer, but we are still in many cases cleaning up and repairing the extensive damage she left in her wake.
D.G. Meyer Inc. sends out our hopes and prayers for a swift recovery for all affected. We ask for your understanding regarding any interruptions of our own service caused by Irma. Our business location was hampered by a full week of power disruption, but we did our best to serve our community in the meantime. if you need Service in the aftermath of the storm or in preparation for the fall season, we will do our best to promptly respond to your call. Contact Us here on the website or by calling (386) 253-7774.