Due to the needs of the service, most military members have to “deploy” to various places throughout the world at various times during their careers. These deployments at times take them away from their families for extended periods. Each Friday most of the office staff at Total Comfort wears RED to “Remember Everyone Deployed”. At this time of year deployments can be especially hard for service members and their families. Total Comfort wishes all military members and their families Happy Holidays and would like to thank them for their service and the sacrifices they make for all of us. The picture above is a service member welcomed by his family when he recently came back from a deployment in Iraq but when he came home, another service person took his place and will be away from their family for the holidays. Make sure you remember them and thank them for their service whenever possible.
At this time of year we seem to think about those less fortunate than us more often than during the rest of the year. Although it’s great that people and organizations seem to mobilize now, we have to think about the things we could do all year to help. The picture below represents some of the food items that Total Comfort employees have collected for the families of Seabreeze High’s homeless students. Unfortunately, there are homeless children of all ages throughout the area.
I personally feel very fortunate. Something I started doing that some might like to consider is instead of accepting gifts for various holidays from family and friends, ask them to donate to your favorite charities in your name instead.
Take a little time over the next few weeks and think about what you may be able to do in order to help.
Installing lights for the holidays at your home or business can be a time consuming and frustrating job. Eliminate both by having Total Comfort’s Electrical Division take care of things for you.
In addition to mounting lights and installing mechanical yard decorations, Total Comfort can automate and integrate an entire system complete with timers, daylight sensors, and motion sensors. If you’d like to do the decorations yourself, we can add extra circuits when and where needed to make your job easier. Little things like outlets in your soffit can save hours of installation time.
Having a licensed electrician like Total Comfort help can make sure your holidays are safer and more enjoyable. We also have the equipment, like our telescoping bucket truck and lifts, to install things safely in difficult places.
Call us early so that we can make sure to get things done in time for the holidays.
November 11th is Veteran’s Day. Starting last year, the month of November was proclaimed as “National Veteran’s and Military Families Month”. Total Comfort would like to thank our veterans for their service by introducing Veteran’s Specials as shown below.
Total Comfort can install a standby generator for your home or business with the capability of handling your needs.
We recently installed a 38 KW generator for a home with a 600 amp electrical service. This is larger than most residential systems, however, we have the personnel to handle this installation and larger generators. Because of the size, weight, and location of the generator a crane was required to place it properly and safely.
The 600 amp electrical service necessitated the installation of three 200 amp transfer switches as shown above. This is relatively large for a residential installation and Total Comfort has the expertise to take care of the complete installation including supplying propane tank and fuel for all of your generator needs.
In: News27 Aug 2019
Total Comfort has won the 14th Annual Bowling For Literacy Tournament sponsored by the Rotary Club of Deland.
Twenty eight teams participated in the tournament that raised over $13,500 for 3rd grade students at public and private schools in West Volusia.
As reported in a previous Blog, Total Comfort has started development of a site on North U.S. Highway 1 in Ormond Beach that will be its new home upon completion. In addition to being the home and headquarters of Total Comfort, the site will feature RV and boat storage and will include covered and uncovered spaces.
Below is a series of short videos in chronological order that will chart the progress of the project. Videos will be added as they are recorded and added to this Blog Post.
Total Comfort Project-The Start
Total Comfort Project-Day 1-Silt Fence
Total Comfort Project Day 3-Scraping
Total Comfort Project 08-05-2019-01
Total Comfort Project 08-05-2019-02
Total Comfort Project 08-06-2019-01
Total Comfort Project 08-06-2019-02
Total Comfort Project 08-06-2019-03
Total Comfort has broken ground on its new home at 1345 North U.S. Highway 1, Ormond Beach.
Construction on Phase I which will include covered and uncovered recreational vehicle and boat the storage and a propane fill station began today with the installation of a construction entrance and erection of silt fencing around the perimeter of the project. Clearing, fill, and excavation will start once the silt fencing is in place.
The entire project will include a new central headquarters for all the divisions of Total Comfort. A full construction schedule has not been set but should follow soon.
A short video was recorded this afternoon to show the eleven acre site as the project starts. Periodically, we will post updates on the progress. The video below shows the first equipment arriving from the site work contractor P&S Paving. There is also a second short video showing the silt fencing installed.
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.