Goettl Is Building Partnerships With More Las Vegas HVAC Companies

Goettl Air Conditioning is a well-known Arizona based HVAC service company that’s making inroads into the Las Vegas residential market. They just recently announced a merging with Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air according to a report previously released by PRNewswire. This move brings 20 more employees and 15 service trucks to Goettl’s team and increases their residential and light commercial customer base in the general Las Vegas area. Las Vegas Air Managing Partner Stephen Gamst is pleased with this merger from not only knowing Goettl CEO Ken Goodrich personally, but also because he believes it will strengthen Las Vegas Air’s commitment to customer and employee care.

 

Goettl Air Conditioning has achieved high customer satisfaction ratings for their service and HVAC repair quality, and it stems from nearly 80 years of tradition. Goettl was founded all the way back in 1939 when Adam and Gust Goettl were developing ways to cool buildings out in Arizona’s heat. Over the years the technologies and methods have changed, but their values and commitments to their customers have not. Goettl employs individuals that have the experience and certification to do the job and do it right. Goettl is dedicated to using systems with maximum efficiency and environmental safety.

 

Goettl offers full scale installation and repair services, covering everything from choosing the unit to installing ducts and making renovations when needed. The best air conditioning and heating units are not simply the biggest units, but the ones that Goettl’s experts have calculated to match a home’s size and power needs. Goettl’s technicians come by to service the units when the service plan calls for it and are always on call whenever a unit has problems. Goettl’s leaders and employees have been philanthropists who have sponsored and taken part in community events, and at times have repaired air conditioners and heaters for free for residents going through extremely difficult financial times.

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