Arizona HVAC Company Plans A Merger

Air conditioning is a nice amenity in the modern day. It can keep anyone nice and cool on a scorching hot day. There is a trusted company that is expanding around the United States like wildfire. They are Goettl Air Conditioning and have over 70 years of experience serving the loyal customer base. Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air are merging with this super company to provide more services and reach more customers.

Goettle Air Conditioning will gain 20 more employees, which are excited about the merge. They will be able to serve on the commercial sector, not just residential homes. They are also including plumbing to their arsenal. Stephen Gamst, owner of Las Vegas Air said he has worked with the CEO of Goettl for many years and trusts the company. He thinks the merger will be a great thing for the community and for the employees.

Here is a little on the CEO of Goettl. His name is Kenneth Goodrich and not only cares about his company, but helping others in need. He wants to improve his community in way of education and helping those less fortunate. He created the J. Duncan Goodrich Air Conditioning Technology Endowment which helps student and veterans alike attend HVAC classes by providing them with scholarships.

It can be hard to find an HVAC company that is very knowledgeable, but also provides exceptional customer service. Goettle Air Conditioning does just that. They have been awarded best air condition and heating company in Arizona. With their extensive experience working in extremely harsh weather conditions, choosing this company is a no-brainer.

They opened their doors in 1939 in Phoenix, Arizona. Goettl brothers Bill, Adam, and John started the business when they moved from Mansfield, Ohio to Arizona. The Great Depression was going on at the time and they moved to seek new opportunities.