Goettl Air Conditioning Announces Merger

Goettl Air Conditioning is an HVAC contractor that has been serving Arizona since 1939. According to PR Newsire, Goettl has acquired two local service providers in the Las Vegas area: Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air. Owner Ken Goodrich believes the merger will help the company keep up with its 500% annual growth rate.

 

Las Vegas Air partner Stephen Gamst added that he knows Goodrich from his days as a young boy visiting parts stores with his father. Goodrich was also at those stores with his own father, so the two share a long family history and strong commitment to the HVAC industry and community in the Southwest. In addition, although Goettl previously only provided residential HVAC service, the merger will make it possible for the firm to expand into commercial service, such as apartment complexes and shopping centers.

 

When you live in the Southwest, air conditioning isn’t just optional. Goettl Air Conditioning provides HVAC services in Phoenix and Tuscon, and now the Las Vegas area. Goettl’s website allows customers to book preventive service visits or maintenance calls online, and clients can also call for appointments by phone seven days a week before midnight. Emergency service is also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Goettl team provides both heating and cooling services, as well as indoor air quality services.

 

Goettl Air Conditioning is a truly customer-oriented firm. Since Goodrich took over the company in 2013, he has emphasized high-quality service by implementing a vigorous quality and training process. According to Goodrich, it is this attention to detail that has made the company’s rapid growth possible. Quality service is important, but Goettl also believes in providing excellent value to its customers. The company offers monthly specials online to make AC service as painless and affordable as possible.