Award winning company Goettl Air Conditioning is merging with two businesses from the Las Vegas area. Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air will be merging with Goettl and employees believe the merger will benefit the local community and everyone involved. The owner of Las Vegas Air, Stephen Gamst, said that he has worked with Goettl Air Conditioning CEO, Kenneth Goodrich for years. He trusts the company and what it stands for. They have a good foundation and excellent customer service. They have won many awards including the award for Arizona’s best heating and air conditioning company.
With this merger Goettl will gain 20 more employees and also 15 more service trucks to serve more people in the Las Vegas area. They will add more services that include plumbing.
Goettl’s Chief Executive Officer, Kenneth Goodrich, has a long history giving back to his local community, which is also his hometown. He created the J. Duncan Goodrich Air Conditioning Technology Endowment. This fund gives veterans and students scholarships so they can take heating and air conditioning classes to start off their careers. They also donate HVAC units to underprivileged schools that have been vandalized and robbed. This donation will keep the school children warm and cool during the intense desert climate that they live in.
1939 Goettl Air Conditioning was created by John, Adam, and Bill Goettl. They had an idea to start their own family owned business and ran with it. This is on the heels of their move from Mansfield, Ohio to Phoenix, Arizona.
When they got Phoenix they worked hard to develop their business and eventually got international recognition for it. Their heating and air conditioning technology was like not other. Now grandsons Ted and Adam run the business with CEO Kenneth Goodrich. They have many locations and continue to expand in the Southwestern parts of the United States.