Goettl Air Conditioning has once again shown their dedication to the community and the good relationship they have with those around them. During the difficult holiday season, Goettl gave Abana Stephenson and her family a large gift. For almost ten years, the family had been living without a functioning heating or air unit and toilet. They had adapted to the situation, moving to different floors in certain seasons.
Manager Stephen Gamst learned of the family’s need and came to their aid. He and the local organization Triple5teen helped them receive a functioning unit and toilet plus other gifts. All work was done free of charge. Stephenson expressed her thanks and said how this act of kindness helped her to feel good again.
The electricity bill, before the unit, was close to $600 dollars. The unit will help to cut it in half. Goettl has started to use was is called “zone controlled heating.” Each room is warmed or cooled based on its needs. Heating rooms individually will help to save money, since not all rooms are being used. Often users find one room may be too warm while the other is not warm enough. This new technology will help to resolve that issue.
Less energy means less wasted fuel. Goettl wants to start utilizing this technology to help the environment. The company continues to exhibit ways in which they help their community. Through charitable giving, scholarships, and technological, they show their dedication to the community and the world at large.
Goettl Air Conditioning is officially merging with two other companies in the Las Vegas area. The two companies are Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air. With this merger they will be able to better serve the area and offer more services. They also have extensive experience working in extremely harsh weather conditions, making this an ideal match. Goettl has also acquired many other air conditioning businesses in the area, with their plan to expand the company as much as possible.
With this merger Goettl is gaining 20 more employees, 15 more trucks, and expanding their services that include plumbing. Las Vegas Air owner Stephen Gamst said that he has worked with the CEO of Goettl for years and trusts the company. He believes that the merger will only profit the community and help their employees.
Kenneth Goodrich is the CEO of Goettl Air Conditioning and has a passion for helping those in need. He created the J. Duncan Goodrich Air Conditioning Technology Endowment. It donates air conditioning and heating units to schools that have been vandalized and robbed. The company also gives scholarships to students and veterans who want to attend HVAC classes. Kenneth was in the news recently for donating $1,000 worth of tools to the College of Southern Nevada. All this charity helps build up the community and make it a better place to live.
Goettl Air Conditioning has been in business for quite some time now. They started in 1936 in Phoenix, Arizona by three brothers called Adam, Bill, and John. Their innovative technology and spirit got them international recognition.
In the current day their grandchildren Ted and Adam run the business with a little help from their CEO Kenneth Goodrich. They have expanding the business in the southwestern region of the United States and are still growing.