Happy New Year From D.G. Meyer Inc.

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Happy New Year

Preparing to Welcome 2019 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 […]

D.G. Meyer Construction News

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DGM Winter Job Update As we move through the half-way point of our Florida winter with it’s on again-off again bouts of cool and blustery weather, and large influx of snow-birds and race fans, construction in the area is still going strong. D.G. Meyer Inc. has been kept busy on a number of Commercial projects in the area. The Environmental Discovery Center in the Central Park area on Division Avenue, with its building designed to […]

New Pie Guy in Port Orange is DGM Job

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A Pie Factory for Port Orange       A home-style pie factory is opening in Port Orange at the Eastport Business Park—  who knew? D.G. Meyer is proud to be a contractor on this new enterprise which is supposed to bring about 40 new jobs to the area, and provide local grocers (Trader Joe’s?) with specialty desserts and their award-winning pies. The Pie Guy has been making pies by hand in New England since before […]

Winter is Coming…

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Daytona Beach, FL

Maintaining Your HVAC System Though so far we have had an exceptionally mild and even too warm at times late fall— don’t forget that Florida has a Winter too. Very likely we will soon have some chilly weather, and it can change quickly from our almost balmy Central Florida temperatures, to a blast of cold that has us scrambling for long unused outerwear and dialing thermostats from Cool to Heat. Since dropping temperatures mean climbing […]

Worry Less This Winter

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Preparing your HVAC System for Winter

Maintain Your HVAC System   The current chilly blast of air, including icicles in the Panhandle and snow flurries as nearby as Jacksonville, 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. […]