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D.G. Meyer Inc. is a company that was built on— and has remained in business for almost 30 years because of— Great Service.

We look forward to serving the Central Florida area for many years to come.

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The First Day of Fall

Greeting Autumn in Central Florida

Greeting Autumn in Central Florida

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.

Greeting Autumn in Central Florida

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.

It is a privilege to serve you, Central Florida…

 

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Waiting For Irma—September 2017

Preparing For Another Hurricane

Waiting For Hurricane Irma

With a monster storm bearing down on the Southeastern United States, and scheduled to very likely impact Central Florida Sunday night and Monday morning, D. G. Meyer will be closing tomorrow, Friday September 8th, at noon.   This will allow our employees to be with their families and either make preparations for Irma’s arrival or evacuate the area if that is their plan.

During this difficult period, our prayers and best wishes go out to all of our neighbors here in Central Florida, and indeed, to all of those who have either already been affected or are still in the path of this hurricane.

We will update you on when we can resume operations and any other business information as it becomes possible.

Be Safe!

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Relax… Enjoy the Last Long Summer Weekend

Happy Labor Day Weekend

Happy Labor Day!

Seems like everywhere we look lately (except out our own front doors!) there are signs of the season changing. While the stores and media seem to encourage us otherwise, we live in Florida, and we Know that fall is not in the air here.

So lets not rush things. There are still three weeks of summer left on the calendar and weeks (months?) left on our southern thermometers. Relax this weekend, enjoy the holiday at the beach, the pool, the park or your favorite pub.

And if you find yourself in need of AC Service, be sure and let us know. We’re here to answer your calls [386-253-7774]  24/7! For any non-emergency service, use our convenient Contact  form.

After all, we’re in Florida, and we Know we’re gonna need that Air Conditioning for a good long while yet.

Happy Labor Day Weekend

Happy Labor Day Weekend from all of us at D.G. Meyer Inc…

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Summer Job Scene—FDOT Deland

60 Ton Trane Changeourt FDOT Deland

Changeout… 60 Ton Trane Unit on Roof of FDOT Building

On a Saturday  two weeks ago,  under a cloud strewn blue Florida Sky,  a huge crane was rolled into place at the Florida Department of Transportation building on Woodland Boulevard in DeLand.  It was there to replace an outdated roof-top unit with the massive 60 Ton Trane unit pictured below. It’s quite a sight to see something that large being hoisted on to the roof of a multi-storied building. Enjoy these photos snapped by Commercial Supervisor, Dean Bazzle.

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Stay tuned to D.G. Meyer Inc. News for more Summer Jobs and Projects….

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