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FPL and many power companies have a program to save you money on your electric bill. In the case of FPL, the program is called “On-Call”. The program is designed to help FPL meet high demand for electricity during periods of peak usage that may occur during extreme weather. In exchange for a credit on your electric bill the utility company installs devices on equipment in your home or business that will allow the utility company to  turn that equipment off for varying periods of time during high demand periods. If one of these devices is installed on your heating and air conditioning system it can interrupt the heating or cooling of your home and may cause intermittent problems in the functioning of your thermostat. Normally, after the equipment is turned back on by the installed device, everything returns to proper functionality.

The program, as described above, and the temporary outages it causes are not the responsibility of Total Comfort to remedy at no charge. Total Comfort or other similar organizations are not allowed to modify the functioning of these devices without the permission of the utility company. Any service calls performed by Total Comfort under these circumstances will incur a service call fee.

If you are enrolled in FPL’s program or a similar program we suggest you check the terms of your agreement and determine if it’s the right solution for you.

The FPL webpage that describes the program and some of the terms is located at https://www.fpl.com/save/programs/on-call.html

 

We Need Experienced Propane Drivers and Technicians

We Need Journeyman Plumbers

Total Comfort is always interested in hiring great technicians. We are currently building a web page that will feature our current employment needs. Right now we’re looking for skilled technicians in all of the disciplines in which  we offer services. The new web page is still under construction but we have information posted there now and you can visit that page to see if you or anyone you know may have the skills to fill our open positions.

We Need Experience AC Installers and Technicians – Fill Out an Application

Visit our JOBS PAGE now. From there you can fill out an employment application on-line.

We Need Journeyman Electricians – Fill Out an Application

 

Looking for full time experienced LP Gas appliance tech, installers, and bulk drivers for local deliveries.  Local delivery routes cover the Volusia/Flagler counties so being familiar with the area is a plus.  Total Comfort Gas and our clients are looking for drivers who can be safe and professional at all times. Up to 75 pounds heavy lifting may be required

 

Requirements:

  • Valid CDL Class License and Medical Card
  • Must have exceptional safety record
  • Minimum 1year of recent CDL experience
  • Ability to pass drug screening
  • No DUI/DWI convictions that are less than 7 years
  • Motivated and willing to work with others
  • Expected to keep vehicle clean and presentable

 No Phone calls please

Email resume to jobs@totalcomfortfl.com

Fill out an application at Total Comfort Employment Application

Fax (386) 693-1770

Best of the Best

In: News

14 Nov 2017

 

For the past several years Total Comfort has participated in Breast Cancer Awareness Month by taking part in various fund-raising events and by contributing a portion of its sales for the month to local cancer programs. In 2017 we will be doing it again. The list below shows what our contribution will be for each type of sale during the month of October.

  • $1.00 for each service call or maintenance
  • $100.00 for each AC system
  • $25.00 for each Reme Halo
  • $50.00 for each replacement electrical panel
  • $100.00 for each Standby Generator
  • $50.00 for each propane gas tank-less water heater
  • $25.00 for each Water Heater
  • $50.00 for each Flo-Logic

Please feel free to make contributions of your own.

Total Comfort-After Irma

In: News

18 Sep 2017

Total Comfort has been back to work since Tuesday the 12th, however, conditions have had a definite impact on things.

Total Comfort relies heavily on the internet and phone communications. We had no internet service at our main office until Saturday morning and phone service was restored last Thursday. Dispatchers are operating from our smaller office in Holly Hill. Because of the disruption in services we have a tremendous backlog of various requests for service and are trying to get to them as quickly as possible. We appreciate the patience shown by our customers and want everyone to know that we are trying to take care of all calls in the most expeditious manner possible.

This picture of our dispatch area to the right doesn’t really show the water all over everything, the missing skylight, and the shingles that were strewn all over the room. The cause of all of this was the tornado that took out 1/2 of a gable roof end and several sheets of plywood and shingles.The roof of the propane dispensing station at 400 North U.S. 1 was removed by the storm that also knocked down a tree that destroyed the cargo container on one of our vehicles.

All in all, it’s been a rough week for us as well as our customers. We are behind because of the tremendous demand but we are trying very hard to catch up. As of this morning we have everyone back at 400 North U.S. 1 and we’re making progress. We do appreciate everyone’s patience and want everyone to know we are doing all we can to take care of our customers.

 

 

 

Total Comfort will now be closed Saturday, September 9th through Monday, September 11th. We will re-open Tuesday, September 12th.  There will be no regular service on those dates and the propane dispensing station will be closed. Limited Emergency Service will be available for extreme circumstances.

Depending on the course of the storm, Total Comfort plans to re-open Tuesday, September 12th if the storm has passed.

Total Comfort will be closed Saturday, September 9th and Sunday, September 10th so that its employees can prepare for the storm. There will be no regular service on those dates and the propane dispensing station will be closed. Limited Emergency Service will be available.

Depending on the course of the storm, Total Comfort plans to re-open Monday, September 11th if the storm has passed.

 

Since 7:30 this morning Total Comfort has been inundated with people seeking to fill their propane containers. The propane dispensing station is normally open till 4:30 P.M. everyday.  Starting today, September 5th, we are cutting off the line at 4:30 P.M. and shutting down totally at 5 P.M.  Anyone arriving after that will have to wait until the next day. We have several more days until Irma gets close to us and we have to make sure that our personnel will not be strained more than necessary in these early days of preparation.

If we change our operating hours we will post the new hours in this blog.

Although the demand appears to be at an all time high today, our prices remain the same and we are the best deal in town at $12.00 per 20# cylinder refill. We are hoping that prices from our distributor won’t go up so we can maintain a competitive edge but that can’t be guaranteed.  We just ask that when you come by for a re-fill please follow our directions,  be patient, polite, and careful.

About this blog

Total Comfort Heat and Air Conditioning, Inc. is a locally owned and operated full-service heating and air conditioning company serving the communities and surrounding areas of Ormond Beach, Holly Hill, Daytona Beach, Palm Coast, Flagler Beach, Deland, Port Orange, Ponce Inlet, and New Smyrna Beach, Florida since 1976. We have since added electrical, plumbing and propane divisions.

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