In a move that saw it gain 20 new employees, Goettl Air Conditioning in January 2017 merged with Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air Conditioning to form a stronger unit in the residential air conditioning market. Goettl has acquired many other companies in Las Vegas and is looking forward to continue doing so around the Southwest region of Nevada. Apart from taking over the company’s employees, they would also take over the residential clients. With Las Vegas Air, this was made easier by the existing relationship between Stephen Gamst and Ken Goodrich. Both parties would benefit from the merge because they would not only offer HVAC services, but also plumbing skills. The services would also be open to the commercial sector.
On 10th January, Arizona Foothills Magazine named Goettl Air Conditioning as the providers of the best HVAC services in Arizona for the year 2017. The company has also been helpful in expanding the American Residential Service through the Southern part of the United States. They are experts in handling the heating and air conditioning in the Southwest. In Las Vegas, the company has reopened their offices, which had earlier been closed, and are now providing furnace repairs, A/C repairs, sale of related products and HVAC management and installation. In attempt to expand their business, Goettl had made contact with Desert Valley Mechanical and the Sunny Plumber.
Goettl air conditioning has been in business from 1939 servicing areas through Phoenix, Tucson and Las Vegas. The company does both residential and commercial air conditioning services involving installation, maintenance, repair and replacement of indoor air devices and equipment such as humidifiers and dust cleaners. As per the customer’s requirement, heaters can also be installed and their maintenance done frequently. An additional service that Goettl offers is inspection of roofs and attics. This is useful in preventing excess heat from entering your house. Other services offered include lighting, ventilation and also selling of UV germicidal lights.
Kenneth Goodrich’s popularity has grown over the years as he has led his company in helping needy people in the local area. His involvement in charitable organizations has been remarkable; the most renown being opening of the J. Duncan Goodrich Air Conditioning Technology Endowment. This was a platform that created a chance for students to attend classes in HVAC by giving them scholarships. The company will always be remembered for donating tools worth $100 million to the College of Southern Nevada.