Goettl Air Conditioning is a Phoenix-based HVAC company that has been a leader in the industry for over 75 years. In January, Ken Goodrich, who has been president and CEO for the past five years, announced that Goettl is acquiring two more air conditioning companies in Las Vegas. These companies, Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air, are excited about the merger and will add over 20 employees to the Goettl family.
The CEO of Las Vegas Air, Stephen Gamst, told the media that he was looking forward to the merger with Goettl as well as working with Ken Goodrich. Gamst said he has known Ken Goodrich for several years, and he respects the Goettl Air Conditioning Company.
By merging, all the companies will increase the skills and services. Goettl will be increasing their opportunity for more customers, and they will also open their services to the commercial market including multi-family properties, retail stores, and strip malls.
Goettl has an excellent reputation in the southwest United States, and they have been growing ever since the company was founded in 1939 by Gust and Tony Goettl. Air conditioning was not a popular addition to a house until after World War II. In the 1950s, the idea caught hold, and Goettl expanded in Arizona, southern California and now southwest Nevada.
Goettl Air Conditioning has made acquisitions in the past such as with plumbing and mechanical companies, the Sunny Plumber and Desert Valley Mechanical are two.. Goettl knows that by making these ventures, they enlarge the services that they are able to offer their customers. Goettl Air is an expert in the HVAC field, and their innovative ventures have them moving forward and continuing to grow in the industry.
The Goettl brothers began the business by offering loyal and trusted service, and both their residential and commercial customers know them for these traits.
The month of January has proven to be the start of a great year with the acquisitions, and Goettl Air was also honored with the “Best HVAC Company” award in Arizona. Often the temperatures are over 100 degrees, so this is a high honor for Ken Goodrich and the Goettl team.