Goettl Air Conditioning is officially merging with Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air. They will be gaining 20 new employees from the previous companies and will be able to serve the Las Vegas area better, and with more services. Goettl is a trusted company that has extensive experience working in extremely harsh weather conditions. The southwestern states are dry, hot, and extreme. Climates people need strong and durable air conditioners for those hard summers and frigid cold winters.
Stephen Gamst, owner of Las Vegas Air, is looking forward to the merger. He thinks they will be able to provide better service to the local community. He also knows and trust Goettl CEO Kenneth Goodrich, who is a force to reckon with.
Kenneth Goodrich has been an example of goodwill and charity in his local community. He runs Goettl with only the highest morals and treats his employees with respect. He is a true leader who has created the J. Duncan Goodrich Air Conditioning Technology Endowment. This programs allows students and veterans go to HVAC classes with a scholarship. The company has also donated air conditioners to schools who are less fortunate and have had their air conditioners robbed or vandalized.
Adam and Ted are founders and co-owners of Goettl Air Conditioning, High Desert Mechanical. It is an award winning company that have been around for many decades. They have many years of experience working in extremely harsh weather conditions in the southwestern part of the United States.
Goettl Air Conditioning was started in 1939 by the grandparents of Adam and Ted. Their names were Adam, Bill, and John. They moved from Mansfield, Ohio to Phoenix, Arizona to start a new life. With hard work and luck, they succeeded and grew their company from the ground up to become what it is today.