Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air are merging with a growing business called Goettl Air Conditioning. It is great news for the community and employees because they will be able to better serve the community and offer more services than ever before. One of these services is plumbing, and they will also start serving the commercial sector. This means businesses and strip malls can benefits from this change. Goettl will gain 20 more employees. They will also get 15 more trucks. That means more people and businesses will be able to experience their excellent customer service and attention to detail. Goettl had offices in the Las Vegas area, but pulled out in 2008. They are now returning with new management. They offer HVAC management and installation, AC repairs, and sales of heating and air conditioning products and furnace repairs. Stephen Gamst, owner of Las Vegas Air, said that they merger will no doubt improve the community by offering more services and they will be able to reach more people. He also has worked with Kenneth Goodrich (the CEO of Goettl Air Conditioning) for years and trusts the company.
Goettl Air Conditioning is leading the way of heating and air conditioning technology since 1939. John, Bill, and Adam started their journey in 1926 in Mansfield, Ohio. It was during the Great Depression that they headed Southwest down to Phoenix, Arizona. They were seeking new opportunities and developed their business, Goettl Air Conditioning in 1939.
Over the years they have expanded and merged with many other heating and air conditioning companies. Their grandchildren run the family business and have done a great job of it. Their passion for Goettl has awarded them Arizona’s best heating and air conditioning business in the state. They no doubt have a bright future ahead of them.