Goettl Air Conditioning has been all about hiring and teaming up with the best professionals in the HVAC and plumbing repair industry, and they’ve just added more to their team through merging with Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air, two Las Vegas based residential and light commercial service companies. According to the press release originally released from PRNewswire, it’s been like a childhood reunion for Goettl and Las Vegas Air’s leaders, having come from the same neighborhoods and both from HVAC maintenance families. Ken Goodrich, the CEO of Goettl is pleased that this merger will allow his company to service more commercial customers in Las Vegas, and Stephen Gamst, Managing Partner of Las Vegas air is pleased to be a part of a team that he feels will allow him to serve his customers better.
Goettl Air Conditioning is one of the Southwest’s top-notch HVAC repair companies. Their technicians and installers are certified by some of the industry’s top safety standard companies, and their heating and air conditioning systems are environmentally friendly and are some of the most energy efficient units on the market. Goettl was originally founded in 1939 by Gust and Adam Goettl in the greater Phoenix area of Arizona, but it’s since moved to Tempe, Tucson and now services much of Las Vegas and other locations in Nevada.
Goettl’s services include planning and installing central heat and air systems, repair, and plumbing and pipe work. The air conditioning systems are carefully matched to meet home size and capacity and Goettl only installs units that will use the correct amount of power in a home. Goettl also recommends maintenance plans to their customers as part of ongoing adjustments and minor repairs to keep the systems running. Goettl always has their trucks and servicemen ready to come on call, even if it happens in the middle of the night. Goettl’s leaders are also knowledgeable about summer heat and its effect on pets and have published articles advising pet owners on steps they can take to keep their animal friends cool.
You may hear stories all of the time about individuals that truly take pride in serving others, but now it’s about the air conditioning company Goettl and how they helped a man in need. Donating money is always nice, but donating your time and your resources is a worthy cause at all times. An article was recently published about a Las Vegas, Nevada man that was facing the hot summer temperatures without air and without running water. This is when good Samaritans stepped in and chose to help 70 year old Jim Siler.
A water line had broken under Siler’s property along with a failing air conditioning system. The expense was more than Siler could afford, costing nearly $8,000 he wasn’t sure where to turn. Siler could only go outside to retrieve water in temperatures exceeding 100 degrees. The worst part is that he would have to fill buckets and bring it back inside.
Clark County Social Services referred Siler to The Sunny Plumber as well as to Goettl Air Conditioning. These two businesses along with the Bishop Gorman Football Team reached out to help Siler make the repairs as well as some repairs around his home. Unfortunately, Siler had been hospitalized numerous times for health problems related to the sweltering temperatures, but Ken Goodrich, owner of Goettl Air Conditioning shared that the staff and football team shared their time and resources in order to help this man.
The recent article also quoted Goodrich as saying, “Giving back to those in our community is who need help is our obligation”. With donations exceeding $8,000 from both businesses, the work was done at Siler’s home, helping him to resume life in a more comfortable fashion and fewer risks to his health due to his living conditions.